SparkFun Tiny Programmer

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Just bought one, works with AtmelStudio7 using information from here

http://www.crash-bang.com/using-...

 

Using the AVRdudeGUI when I flash it keeps opening a new instance of avrdude with the info window of the progress so you have to close the instance each time.

I/m using the command line version in Studio and that works great.

 

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I am intrigued.

 

Why did you buy a USBTiny ?

Why did you follow that video Tutorial ?

 

You are a long standing member of this Forum.

 

David.

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Also intrigued as you seem to have both an older USB ice and a new Atmel ICE, why buy this also then and advertise for it as the page is from 2014

Not to mention a Dragon.......

Why do you need this? you have all the tools you need already.

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And as if those other questions aren't important enough, why do you comb your hair like that?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Season's Greetings from Down Under.

Ross McKenzie, Melbourne Australia

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valusoft wrote:
why do you comb your hair like that?

Your jealous because they have hair to comb! devil

 

 

 

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metron9 wrote:
... works with AtmelStudio7 using information from here
external tools

metron9 wrote:
I/m using the command line version in Studio and that works great.
By a STK500 interface, an AVR programmer can integrate with Microchip Studio.

 


Arduino to Atmel Studio 7 external programmers, ISP and serial programming | AVR Freaks

 

Pololu - 5.2. AVR programming using Atmel Studio via Pololu USB AVR Programmer v2.1

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

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Why did you buy a USBTiny ?

 

I have a dragon set up for HV programming I am using but when flashing it stops half the time saying voltage is low, I press continue and it finishes but getting tired of that

When I ordered some avr128DA chips and a new AT Power Debugger I noticed that little sparkfun programmer and thought hey it was just my birthday last month so go ahead and splurge!

 

Why did you follow that video Tutorial ?

 

When I got it out of the wrapper and tried to use it, The instructions only showed how to use an Arduino (I have one in a box somewhere but I never use it, don't like scripts)

So I googled how to use it with avrstudio after i searched this forum and did not find anything on it. (it was a quick single search query so did not spend a lot of time as google many times

gives me posts on this forum) 

 

 

You are a long standing member of this Forum.

 

Yes I am and I am proud to stand with so many helpful folks around the world, you folks are very good friends.

 

Also intrigued as you seem to have both an older USB ice and a new Atmel ICE,

 

Not to mention a few Jtag programmers from farnell an STK500 and now the new AT Power Debugger

 

why buy this

 

See answer above.

 

also then and advertise for it as the page is from 2014

 

Not sure what you mean advertise for it, I don't have any affiliation with that site.

 

Why do you need this? you have all the tools you need already.

 

I don't actually need it, I may have a potential hording or ADD affliction.

I also have 2 areas I program , my house and my garage so it's nice to have a programmer in both areas.

 

I needed a wrench the other day and I bought a Dewalt tool kit for $200 bucks, only used about three tools in it so far

but I have those tools scattered about as well typically where i used them last, the greenhouse, the quonset, the basement , the garage the list goes on.

 

And as if those other questions aren't important enough, why do you comb your hair like that?

 

I actually have to use a brush because with the covid I have not had a haircut in over a year! good thing it seems to only grow so long before breaking off so self limiting I guess.

 

just to get a jump on the next potential question:

Why do I need avr128DA chips?

I don't need any actually but I thought it would be fun to play with some of them and try out a new programmer as well. 

 

 

 

 

 

Last Edited: Thu. Dec 17, 2020 - 06:17 PM