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GrCa_1363456
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I purchased CYPD3125 parts but now want to use CC bootloader instead of i2C.

CYPD3125 comes with i2C bootloader pre-installed.

CYPD3135 comes with cc bootloader pre-installed.

The compiled hex and elf files for CYPD3135 are available by downloading the example for CYPD3135 in PSoC Creator.

Will the compiled CYPD3135 code work in a CYPD3125?

If not should I start with CC boot code from CYPD2134, a CCG2 part that comes with cc bootloader source and complied code, then re-compile it for the CYPD3125?

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ShifangZ_26
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Hi

The cc bootloader project along with CYPD3135 could change Device part number from CYPD3135 to CYPD3125. After re-build it, you could get a cc bootloader hex and elf suit for CYPD3125.

If you use the CYPD3135 hex and elf file directly, the bootloadable will not able to work with silicon mismatch error.

The CCG2 device flash size is difference with CCG3 device. Please kindly notice that.

Best Regards,

Lisa

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ShifangZ_26
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Hi

The cc bootloader project along with CYPD3135 could change Device part number from CYPD3135 to CYPD3125. After re-build it, you could get a cc bootloader hex and elf suit for CYPD3125.

If you use the CYPD3135 hex and elf file directly, the bootloadable will not able to work with silicon mismatch error.

The CCG2 device flash size is difference with CCG3 device. Please kindly notice that.

Best Regards,

Lisa

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