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Universal Flash Programmer for Texas Instruments devices. Provides a single interface for programming Flash memory and executing Flash based operations on supported targets.
See the UniFlash v4 Quick Guide for help in getting started. UniFlash is available in the cloud as well as a desktop application.
Cloud Version Access here.
- Version - 188.8.131.526
- For CC3100/CC3200 and Sitara, please continue to use UniFlash v3.4.1 (see below).
- If you download the Windows package with Internet Explorer you may need to rename the file to an executable (.exe)
- IMPORTANT! Uniflash 4.5.0 has issues installing XDS100 device drivers in a machine with no prior Uniflash or CCS install. Please check this e2e post for details to workaround this scenario.
- For MCU On-Chip Flash programming, please refer to the UniFlash v4 Quick Guide
- For CC32xx Image Creator support, please read the Image Creator User Guide
- For mmWave (AWR/IWR) device support, please read the UniFlash User Guide for mmWave Devices (PDF)
- For select AM and K2G device support, please refer to Board Utils section in Processor SDK documentation
- (Coming soon ...) For MSP and SimpleLink Bootloader Programming Using UniFlash, please refer to the User Guide
- For legacy UniFlash (v3 or older), please refer to the UniFlash v3 Quick Start Guide
- For Blackhawk Debug Probe support in UniFlash v4, please refer to the Blackhawk Web Site.
Supported Devices and Release notes
The list of supported devices can be found in the Latest Release Notes.
Please post questions, comments, recommendations to the TI E2E Community:
Please refer to the CCS Linux Host Support page for more information on Linux dependency requirements:
The SimpleLink CC31xx/CC32xx families require Python2.7 on Linux. If UniFlash hangs when starting a session for these families, please install
In addition, UniFlash requires
libudev.so.0, which may no longer be available on some distributions. You can, however, create a symlink from
libudev.so.0. For example:
sudo ln -sf /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libudev.so.1 /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libudev.so.0
Please refer to the full license text: File:Uniflash v4 license.zip.
Release Notes Archive/Download Links for all released versions: Release Notes Archive
For CC3100/CC3200 and Sitara please use v3.4.1 below.
|Version||Download link / Release Notes||Comments|
|3.4.1.00012||Release Notes/Download||This version supports CC3200, and Sitara AM335x and AM437x processors.|
Licence information for version 3:
This category has only the following subcategory.
Pages in category "CCS UniFlash"
The following 25 pages are in this category, out of 25 total.
- CC3100 & CC3200 UniFlash
- CC3100 & CC3200 UniFlash Quick Start Guide
- CCS UniFlash - CC3100/CC3200 Edition
- CCS UniFlash 3.2 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash Beta1 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash Beta2 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash Release Candidate Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash Release Notes Latest
- CCS UniFlash v1.0 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v1.1 Beta1 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v1.1 Release Candidate Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v1.1 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v1.2 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v2.0 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v2.1 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v2.2 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v3.0 Release Candidate Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v3.0 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v3.1 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v3.4.1 Release Notes
- CCS UniFlash v4.0 SD510 Support
- Concerto: Connecting to the Control Subsystem when M3 is running