Where is FLIP - or something better

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Hi guys, 

 

I have an UC3 product in the market, and whenever my users need to update firmware, I point them to Atmel Flip 3.4.7. After the Microchip takeover the link no longer works. 

 

Do you know where FLIP is now? 

 

In a better world, I'd have something easier than FLIP to offer customer. Now, I have written a simple 13-stage manual for them to follow, complete with homebrew .bat files and all. But what would really rock is an official .exe builder where I upload my binary with instructions, and Atmel/Microchip compile one installation file which sets up the ISP driver and uploads the binary image. 

 

 

Thanks,

Børge

 

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See: https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/can-someone-point-me-download-link-latest-flip - I don't think it helps, but goes to show that you're not the only one.

 

frown

 

I think people need to start banging on Microchip's door to get this sorted out ...

 

 

See also: https://www.avrfreaks.net/forum/lots-brokenmissing-links-after-atmelcom-closed-redirect-microchipcom

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borge.strand wrote:
I have an UC3 product in the market, and whenever my users need to update firmware, I point them to Atmel Flip 3.4.7.
A UC3A3 product's multi-platform DFU loader is dfu-programmer though it's not GUI.

https://www.nitrokey.com/en/doc/firmware-update-storage

https://dfu-programmer.github.io/

 

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