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Installing and using VSIDE tools for VLSI Solution's devices that contain a VSDSP signal processor.
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Thank you. It's time for my head to process the entire amount of information you provided. :)
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Dear pasi,
I ask for a breakthrough for the annoyance. :oops:
In order to debug the code I have changed, it will be desirable for me to have an FLASH writing from a PC via the VSIDE. I think the best way to achieve this is by adding the elements that are installed on the prototype. Unfortunately, I did not find a detailed description of which jumpers are responsible for turning on the FLASH writing mode and what is the procedure for managing them. Please inform me about these jumpers or give a link on your site, where such information is already available.
Most sincerely,
PS. Diagram of prototype: https://www.dropbox.com/s/1ppvuq3bp5ky0 ... 7.pdf?dl=0
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1) Remove the JP10 SPIB jumper. (This prevents SPI boot, so that the code from SPI EEPROM is not loaded and you can connect using VSIDE.)
2) Then power on the prototyping board, then run the prommer from VSIDE.

(You need the RS232 Adapter or the VSIDE USB UART cable connected.)
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pasi thanks you.
I found an video lesson: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8hh5artmwfg
In the screenshot:
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I see choice of a directory VS1010_DEV. I have not such directory.
If I'll need directory VS1053_DEV where to download it?
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For prototyping board, see the image.
1.Take JP10/SPIB off to prevent boot.
2.SD card out to prevent Real-Time MIDI mode in vs1053.
3.Connect GND, TX, and RX.
4.Turn on (need a fresh enough battery), the LED LD1 will turn on.
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Example for VSIDE:
A. Load the vs1053-standalone-vside-133 solution. Right-click on the vs1053-standalone project, choose "Set as active project".
B. In the Project menu choose "Prommer/Flasher Utility"
C. Choose last Prommer module "VS1053 Universal Prommer (legacy)" and click Next. (If you don't succeed, you can try the others.)
D. You see the "Emulation-Debug/sciplayer.coff" is suggested, click Next
E. If the serial ports are correct, press Start.
F. If everything goes well, the prommer is sent to the board and run, it opens the boot image from the PC disk, and programs it into the memory. I first had trouble with "Verify Error", but changing the SPI EEPROM to 25LC1024 fixed it. The one on my prototyping board was 25LC640, and the whole boot image didn't fit in 8kB.
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Turn off and on the card if you want to retry the programming.
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Exellent! :!:
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