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3 years, 10 months ago.
How to recover FRDM-K22F?
I tried to update my FRDM-K22F firmware using Windows 10. Unfortunately I didn't realise that mBed has issues with Windows 10 and it seems to have broken. Surely there should be more prominent warnings that updating the firmware with the most popular OS in the world will *brick your device*?!? In fact there aren't any warnings on the FRDM-K22F firmware update page.
Anyway, now when I plug a USB cable into the OpenSDA port I get nothing. No USB connection, not even a power LED. I get a power LED from the other USB port.
Is there any way to recover this? I have an SWD programmer I can possibly use.
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3 years, 9 months ago.
I confirm that you can reprogram the OpenSDA bootloader using an external probe connected to the SDA SWD port J12.
Please find attached to this message the binary file of the original bootloader (OpenSDA v2.1) for the FRDM-K22F.
original OpenSDA v2.1 Bootloader binary for FRDM-K22F
Software team is working on a new bootloader (OpenSDA v2.2), which has not been fully tested yet with every OpenSDA Applications, but it should guarantee a better support with Windows 10 computers.
So far, the OpenSDA Applications (designed for the bootloader v2.1) that I have tested work indifferently on OpenSDA v2.1 and OpenSDA v2.2 bootloaders.
new OpenSDA v2.2 Bootloader binary for FRDM-K22F
If you are using a Segger JLink probe, I recommend you to use 'JLink Commander' as a software programming tool.
It is available for free in the latest 'Software and Documentation Pack' for Windows DIRECT LINK
To reprogram the Bootloader of the OpenSDA interface of your board
1. Copy the k20dx128_bootloader_v21_0x8000.bin file at the rooth of the Segger Software installation path (ex: C:\Program file\SEGGER\JLink_V502f)
2. Connect your JLink probe to your computer
3. Connect an USB cable between your computer and the SDA USB connector to power your board
3. Press Windows Start button
4. Search "Commander" and in the list select JLink Commander
5. Type the following commands
a. device MK20DX128xxx5
b. loadbin k20dx128_bootloader_v21_0x8000.bin, 0
6. Disconnect the probe from the SDA SWD connector J12
7. Disconnect the USB cable from the SDA USB port
8. Reconnect the USB cable to the SDA USB port while pressing the Reset button, then release it after 1s
You should now see in your file explorer the drive BOOTLOADER (OpenSDA v2.1) or DAPLINKBOOT (OpenSDA v2.2)
You are now ready to program a new OpenSDA Application by drag'n dropping the corresponding binary into the BOOTLOADER (or DAPLINKBOOT) drive from your file explorer...
Quick explanations of the commands:
a. The OpenSDA interface of the FRDM-K22F is materialized by a Kinetis MK20DX128 microcontroller
b. Command to flash the new binary file
c. Reset the OpenSDA MCU
d. Close JLink Commander
Please let us know if those instructions resolved your issue.
3 years, 9 months ago.
I had a bricked K22F board, and I used a JLink recovered the OpenSDA firmware
just use a JLink interface and connect it to the 10-pin SWD port