As I understand it there are 3 versions of the bootloader for this device (HID, DFU, and CDC). I ordered a breakout board from the net and when I connected it via USB an ATMEGA 32u2 usb device showed up. I tried to use FLIP but it will not run. FLIP claims I'm missing the JVM but that is obviously not the case. I'm hoping to use the boot-loader for production allowing users to upload new firmware. Adding drivers and dealing with broken coded is not going to go over well. I guess this leads me to three questions.
1) How can I tell what version of the boot-loader is pre installed? I can't contact the German company as I lack the required skill to communicate. Being I didn't install anything and it just showed up in device manger, I'm guessing this is the HID version.
2) Assuming the above is correct, Is there anything out there that will flash a hex file other then FLIP.
3) If the above is no, how can I get this busted FLIP to understand that I already have JVM installed?
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