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devicecodeparameter is the device code used by the STK500 and is obtained from the software section (
avr061.zip) of Atmel’s AVR061 application note available from http://www.atmel.com/atmel/acrobat/doc2525.pdf.
pwroff_after_writeflag causes AVRDUDE to attempt to power the device off and back on after an unsuccessful write to the affected memory area if VCC programmer pins are defined. If VCC pins are not defined for the programmer, a message indicating that the device needs a power-cycle is printed out. This flag was added to work around a problem with the at90s4433/2333’s; see the at90s4433 errata at:
The boot loader implements the “chip erase” function by erasing the flash pages of the application section.
Reading fuse and lock bits is fully supported.
Note that due to the unability to write the fuse bits, the safemode functionality does not make sense for these boot loaders.
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