Hi, Firstly, I'm way out of my depth here, but trying to learn.
Is it possible to upload an Arduino Bootloader onto an ATmega32U4 using the FLIP software?
USB is connected and recognised with the USB bootloader clearly running.
We have a delivery of custom boards containing the ATmega32U4 connected to USB.
The end goal is push code written on the arduino platfrom.
Unfortunately our EE neglected to include an ISP header. So my options are soldering onto the tiny legs to connect a programmer.
Or seeing if i can burn a bootloader over FLIP.
There are other threads of people reportedly doing so: http://www.pic-control.com/loading-arduino-bootloader-to-brand-new-atmel-microcontroller/
But browsing around suggests otherwise.
I know i could write the software myself and upload to the application section. But we're working with quite a few existing libraries that i'd prefer to not have to port over myself.
Any help at all gladly received.