I am confused. I have been using JTAGICE mkII, the Dragon, JTAGICE3, ATMEL-ICE and last week I unpacked a for me new AVR ONE! although it is one ot the older tools. So I should now most about the tools but I do not.
So far I have only been using theese tools for debugging mega AVR MCU's but I plan to go for ARM D20 soon. Interface has been both debugWire and JTAG. Mostly JTAG. All tools has been working fine although I had three dead Dragons for a time during the release of Studio 5-6.0 but later I could wake them all up by programming them in 4.18 and use them in later versions of Atmel Studio. JTAGICE ICE have almost not used but I couldn't notice any difference between that and JTAGICE3.
Now I decided that I really needed a debugger with back trace capability. I didn't spend much time on it, I just thought that I remebered that there was one tool that supperted that, did a quick check and found out that it must be AVR ONE! So I bought it, not giving it a thought that it is 5 years old. I unpacked it and tried it but I couldn't make the trace to work. (This tools actually looks very professional but it is also much more expensive. A stupid thing is that I had to make a row switch adapter to make it work with the new smal squid cables). Checked the manual but it is not updated for later versions of Studio so nothing is right.
So please could someone help me figure out how all this fits together?
1. First telling the difference between all my tools (if any).
2. Tell me if there is any tool, or which ones, that support back trace and how to enable that function.
Many thanks to anyone who nows about this!