20.07.2012 RIFF JTAG Manager v1.44, RIFF Box Firmware v1.33 Released – Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 support
JTAG Manager 1.44
Added support for a set of QUALCOMM Snapdragon S4 MCUs (like MSM8960): these devices are added to Targets list
Added “Override Embedded I/O Voltage” feature: in some rare cases users can use this option to stabilize the weak signals by increasing/decresing JTAG I/O voltage levels, thus overriding embedded voltage settings in a DLL. For this: click “Advanced Settings” button on the “Box Service” page and select a desired voltage level. NOTE, “Override Settings” is valid for current session only, and it is automatically disabled upon next JTAG Manager startup.
Few minor rearrangments & fixes.
Added few more processor controll “HAS” script instructions.
Added support for a set of QUALCOMM Snapdragon S4 MCUs (like MSM8960).
Changed sequence for 32-bit write accesses for ARM11 core (MSM8xxx support)
JTAG Manager 1.33
Improved connection policy:
Resurrection/DCC connection to device is implemented in such way that JTAG speed changes have 2 stages – booting stage and working stage.
Booting stage is the one from the connection start and until the DCC Loader upload is complete. Booting TCK/RTCK speed are setup by JTAG Manager no matter what are the TCK settings by user (JTAG TCK Speed field in the JTAG Manager). Booting speed is hardcoded in the DLL.
After “booting” stage is complete, the “working” speed is set – the one which is selected by user in the JTAG TCK Speed field.
If Booting Speed in resurrector DLL is hardcoded as ‘RTCK’ the JTAG Manager would always use RTCK mode during booting stage.
Now policy is changed that is when user selects a fixed TCK frequency the JTAG Manager will automatically change booting speed to the fixed TCK too.
Fixed bug: if “Use End Address” and “AutoFull Flash Size” were checked there was error setting valid length to read.
For Advanced Users: advanced settings are now moved from the DCC Read/Write page (“Notifications…”) into separate button on Box Service page (Advanced Settings button)
Added 5.0V USB Power On/Off controlling feature
For this go to Box Service page, click Advanced Settings: the Notifications dialog will be displayed, go to “Advanced Settings” page and set desired mode for “Enable 5.0V output” checkbox.
When enabled, 5.0V power will be on after any “JTAG” operation executed and will remain “ON” until box restart or until “Enable 5.0V output” checkbox is unchecked and any “JTAG” operation is executed.
Added optimization for flashing memory devices which are sector-based (like MDOC H3 or MMC/SD memory cards) if error code 0x3C (write-protect) is received no recover attempts are made.