Programming AtTiny 1614 with Atmel-ICE and Arduino IDE

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Hi

 

Hope someone can help me.

 

I have just go an Atmel-ICE from a friend, i would like to use it to program AtTiny 1 Series at the moment 1614.

 

I cannot get the programmer to program the attiny, from Arduino IDE using the ATMEL-ICE as source.

    It works if I am using an Arduino Board, but I would like to use the Atmel-ICE, and in time change to Microschip Studio.

    I have installed Microchip studio and it have installed the drivers for the Atmel-ICE.

 

It might be my pinout, can anyone help me whit the pinout from the ICE to the 1614, so I can check?

or is there any aditional settings in Arduino IDE etc. that could be the problme?

 

Thanks on adwance.

/Graves

 

 

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Welcome

Kilsgaard wrote:
It might be my pinout, can anyone help me whit the pinout from the ICE to the 1614, so I can check?
Connecting to a UPDI Target | Atmel-ICE

UPDI Interface | AVR® Microcontroller Hardware Design Considerations

 

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Kilsgaard wrote:
or is there any aditional settings in Arduino IDE etc. that could be the problme?
"Upload using programmer"? (I'm not an Arduino operator)

Atmel-ICE is in AVRDUDE and pymcuprog.

UPDI programming | GitHub - MCUdude/megaTinyCore: Arduino core for the tinyAVR 0-series and 1-series chips

 

"Dare to be naïve." - Buckminster Fuller

Last Edited: Mon. Apr 5, 2021 - 02:23 PM
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Hi 

 

Thanks :-)

 

I will try to get it working, bbl. if it still troubles me.

 

Best regards

/Graves

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ATtiny1614_UPDI

UPDI is very simple to use.

 

The truth is more important than the facts.

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Hi  poftamunk

 

Thanks :-)

 

The UPDI connection, is it pin 3 on the Atmel-ICE am I correct in that assumption?

 

Best regards

/Graves

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Kilsgaard wrote:
 The UPDI connection, is it pin 3 on the Atmel-ICE am I correct in that assumption? 

 

Yes it is. You only need to find it out.

 

Atmel-ICE_AVR

 

 

 

 

 

I use a different programming tool and do not know this problem.

 

PICkit_4_UPDI

 

 

 

 

The truth is more important than the facts.

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I got this, think it is a good thing :-)

 

 

Hope it works, I will test as soon as my work gives me the time..

 

Thanks, I will be back :-)