I have NXP LPC1768 microprocessor and I want export the hex program of lpc1768 to my hex file on my computer to use it again.
can any one tell me how to get hex file from the lpc1768 ?
The easiest way to get the file is:
You will find an extra file in the sketch folder, which in this case will have a .hex extension. This is the compiled file which would normally be uploaded to the Arduino Liteblue board via Sketch > Upload.
Note that the "Export Compiled Binary" feature is only available from Arduino IDE 1.6.5 and newer.
The OP asks about getting the hex from the chip - no mention of Arduino.
It is, however, true that getting the hex from the proper source project or distribution is almost certainly a better way to go!
Why do you want to do that?
Don't you have the source code?
Don't you have the hex file you used to program the chip in the first place?
falcon eye said:can any one tell me how to get hex file from the lpc1768
Yes - the NXP documentation will tell you!
Almost certainly, it will be via the same interface & using the same tool that you programmed it with in the first place.
swanw apart from being 2 months late, that's going the wrong way!
The question was how to get the hex out from a chip!
I want to download this hex file on LPC1768's flash with some raw data which I use it in the code on runtime ( for initializing data in the code ). I know when I write it on the board, in the run time, LPC1768 copies data from flash on the memory myaarpmedicare.com
That seems to be a different question?
Better to start a new thread with a new question. And give some more detail - it's not clear what you're asking.
If you do start a new thread, post a link here so that people can find it!
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