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OMAP L132E secure CPU

Added by Bernd Schmitz 7 months ago

I have a custom board with an OMAP L132E secure cpu (attached).The firmware is corrupted and I want to fix it.
In the schematic,I found this:
Oscillator clock is 19,2 MHz
Nand FLASH is 16 Bit 128 MByte MT29F1G16ABBDAH4
MDDR is 16 Bit 32 MByte MT46H16M16LFBF

I have a ramloder,the linux kernel and some other files in the firmware (attached).
Does anybody know,how can I flash it into the device?
UART acess is ok.
I downloaded the TI secure tools,but I don´t know what is exactly to do.

DP1400.zip (10.2 MB)

CPU-DP1400.jpg View (69.8 KB)


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RE: OMAP L132E secure CPU - Added by Bernd Schmitz 7 months ago

This is the original Firmware the file above was for testing!

DP1400.zip (6.02 MB)

RE: OMAP L132E secure CPU - Added by Bob Duke 7 months ago

Bernd,

If you are using a Critical Link product in your design we are happy to help in this forum. From your picture, it looks like you are not using a Critical Link product.

If you have general questions about a custom design based on an OMAP processor, you should direct your questions to TI's e2e forum <https://e2e.ti.com/> .

Thanks,

-Bob

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