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#207388
Hi Liquid Solder and all,
This is worth a dedicated thread, although it is a combination of these:
viewtopic.php?f=164&t=50266#p205524
viewtopic.php?f=165&t=50580

Summary:
Recently, I followed instructions on this forum at viewtopic.php?p=206278#p206278 to reconfigure the ASB bootloader, which has made both custom and stock boards unable to be programmed (either by Arduino IDE and SVL, or by JTAG), although a Burn Bootloader appears to be successful and the SVL is present. I now have two bricked boards, please help...

Background:
I have a custom board with an early module I had suspected of not being configured correctly (or a hardware/assembly error on my part). The custom board would not accept a Burn Bootloader or USB upload, but would accept JTAG programming, and then communicate via serial over USB (inc. reset when Serial Monitor started), so I was hesitant to start desoldering things until all things software had been investigated. Reprogramming the ASB/configuration seemed like the last thing to try, and useful practise in the event of bricking. I also have (had) a stock Sparkfun Artemis Blackboard (Uno footprint), unaltered, and working great.

Detailed Testing/Process Notes:
Hardware/Software: Windows 10, Arduino 1.8.9, Core 1.0.6 (Burn Bootloader and compile/upload also tried in 1.0.7), J-Link Mini EDU JTAG programmer from Sparkfun, Ambiq SDK 2.2.0 (and also tried with 2.0.0, yes for both versions I did remember to copy/rename the noted file to keys_info.py, and to use both the .bin and the .txt files from either version for the jlink step).

Following instructions from:
viewtopic.php?p=206278#p206278
Downloaded Ambiq SDK, and copy/renamed the file to keys_info.py as directed

Python adventures
(moved to later - a bunch of extra steps that had to be figured out, might be useful to someone)

Back to actual Artemis stuff:
On an Admin command prompt I entered:
cd C:\Users\XYZ\Desktop\AmbiqSuite-Rel2.2.0_vVeIKav\AmbiqSuite-Rel2.2.0\tools\apollo3_scripts
.\create_info0.py --valid 1 info0 --pl 1 --u0 0x1C200c0 --u1 0xFFFF3031 --u2 0x2 --u3 0x0 --u4 0x0 --u5 0x0 --main 0xC000 --gpio 0x0E --version 0 --wTO 5000
(note backslash for windows) This was checked and double checked against the instructions mentioned above. I did wonder if 0x1C200c0 (115200 baud rate) had the c0 suffix as an error. Tried omitting and it made no difference.

A whole lot of nice messages (see below), and info0.bin was created in the tools\apollo3_scripts directory. Cool.

I copied info0.bin and jlink-prog-info0.txt to C:\Program Files (x86)\SEGGER\JLink_V648b

From Admin Command Prompt at C:\Program Files (x86)\SEGGER\JLink_V648b, entered:
jlink -CommanderScript jlink-prog-info0.txt

Looks like it worked! Many happy messages (see below)
Then opened Arduino IDE, and did a Burn Bootloader to put SVL on. Also many happy messages (see below).

Try to compile and upload basic sketch and... upload failed (see below for output) :(
Try to upload SerialCallResponseASCII.bin file to 0x10000 via JTAG, apparently successful, but code doesn't run
Try to upload SerialCallResponseASCII.bin file to 0xC000 via JTAG, apparently successful, but code doesn't run
(see my JTAG programming how-to here viewtopic.php?f=165&t=50685 )

I repeated this with the stock Sparkfun board and bricked it too, with all the same messages as far as I can tell. Hopefully it's a minor error somewhere that's easily fixed. Perhaps a different script is used in production?


Python adventures
First I tried to generate info0.bin with Python 2.7 but that didn't work, here is the error message in case anyone is desperately searching:
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Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\Users\XYZ\Desktop\AmbiqSuite-Rel2.2.0_vVeIKav\AmbiqSuite-Rel2.2.0\tools\apollo3_scripts\create_info0.py", line 13, in <module>
    from am_defines import *
  File "C:\Users\XYZ\Desktop\AmbiqSuite-Rel2.2.0_vVeIKav\AmbiqSuite-Rel2.2.0\tools\apollo3_scripts\am_defines.py", line 524
    def am_print(*args, level=AM_PRINT_LEVEL_INFO, **kwargs):
                            ^
SyntaxError: invalid syntax
So I installed the latest Python (3.7.4), with some help from here:
https://learn.sparkfun.com/tutorials/us ... n----oh-my
For the record, it ends up at: C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python37-32
Make sure it's added to your PATH so can be run from anywhere.

Additional modules(?) need to be installed for the Ambiq stuff to work.
From admin command prompt at <install location>\Scripts, I entered:
"pip3 install pycryptodome" (download/install followed)
"pip3 install pyserial" (download/install followed)
Left it as "python.exe", instead of changing to "python3.exe" as suggested in the tutorial. Calling "python" or "python.exe" from the command line runs the later version. The scripts definitely execute on the latest Python (I got paranoid and renamed the .exe in the 2.7 folder to something else)


Messages for creating info0.bin file:
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C:\Users\XYZ\Desktop\AmbiqSuite-Rel2.2.0_vVeIKav\AmbiqSuite-Rel2.2.0\tools\apollo3_scripts>.\create_info0.py --valid 1 info0 --pl 1 --u0 0x1C200c0 --u1 0xFFFF3031 --u2 0x2 --u3 0x0 --u4 0x0 --u5 0x0 --main 0xC000 --gpio 0x0E --version 0 --wTO 5000
info0 Signature...
['0x88', '0xad', '0xea', '0x48', '0x37', '0x57', '0x70', '0xc9', '0x58', '0x84', '0x6b', '0xa', '0x74', '0x9d', '0x1a', '0xe4']
Security Word =  0x55fff
Customer Trim =  0xffffffff
Customer Trim2 =  0xffffffff
Override =  0xe
WiredCfg =  0x13884021
UART Config  0x1c200c0 0xffff3031 0x2 0x0 0x0 0x0
Version =  0x0
Main Ptr =  0xc000
SRAM Reservation =  0x0
Permanent Write Protections =  0xffffffff : 0xffffffff
Permanent Copy Protections =  0xffffffff : 0xffffffff
SBL Overridable Write Protections =  0xffffffff : 0xffffffff
SBL Overridable Copy Protections =  0xffffffff : 0xffffffff
Customer Key
['0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde']
chipID 16
['0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0']
wrap mode 0
KEK
['0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0']
['0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff']
['0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa', '0xaa']
['0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55', '0x55']
['0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11', '0x11']
['0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5', '0xa5']
['0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66', '0x66']
['0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde']
AuthKey
['0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0']
['0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0', '0x0']
['0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff']
['0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff', '0xff']
['0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55']
['0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55', '0xaa', '0x55']
['0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde']
['0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde', '0xef', '0xbe', '0xad', '0xde']
KREV Mask =  0xffffffff
AREV Mask =  0xffffffff
Writing to file  info0.bin

Messages for writing info0.bin to Artemis:
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C:\Program Files (x86)\SEGGER\JLink_V648b>jlink -CommanderScript jlink-prog-info0.txt
SEGGER J-Link Commander V6.48b (Compiled Aug  2 2019 10:19:19)
DLL version V6.48b, compiled Aug  2 2019 10:18:25


J-Link Command File read successfully.
Processing script file...

J-Link connection not established yet but required for command.
Connecting to J-Link via USB...O.K.
Firmware: J-Link EDU Mini V1 compiled Jul 10 2019 16:32:48
Hardware version: V1.00
S/N: 801011102
License(s): FlashBP, GDB
VTref=3.299V

Selecting SWD as current target interface.

Selecting 1000 kHz as target interface speed

Target connection not established yet but required for command.
Device "AMA3B1KK-KBR" selected.


Connecting to target via SWD
Found SW-DP with ID 0x2BA01477
Scanning AP map to find all available APs
AP[1]: Stopped AP scan as end of AP map has been reached
AP[0]: AHB-AP (IDR: 0x24770011)
Iterating through AP map to find AHB-AP to use
AP[0]: Core found
AP[0]: AHB-AP ROM base: 0xE00FF000
CPUID register: 0x410FC241. Implementer code: 0x41 (ARM)
Found Cortex-M4 r0p1, Little endian.
FPUnit: 6 code (BP) slots and 2 literal slots
CoreSight components:
ROMTbl[0] @ E00FF000
ROMTbl[0][0]: E000E000, CID: B105E00D, PID: 000BB00C SCS-M7
ROMTbl[0][1]: E0001000, CID: B105E00D, PID: 003BB002 DWT
ROMTbl[0][2]: E0002000, CID: B105E00D, PID: 002BB003 FPB
ROMTbl[0][3]: E0000000, CID: B105E00D, PID: 003BB001 ITM
ROMTbl[0][4]: E0040000, CID: B105900D, PID: 000BB9A1 TPIU
Cortex-M4 identified.
Reset delay: 0 ms
Reset type NORMAL: Resets core & peripherals via SYSRESETREQ & VECTRESET bit.
ResetTarget() start
JDEC PID 0x000000CF
Ambiq Apollo3 ResetTarget
Bootldr = 0x04000000
Secure Part.
Secure Chip. Bootloader needs to run which will then halt when finish.
CPU halted after reset. TryCount = 0x00000000
ResetTarget() end

Sleep(10)

MSP = 0x10000100

Writing 00000000 -> 10000000

Writing D894E09E -> 10000004

Writing FFFFFFFF -> 10000008



Sleep(50)

10000008 = 00000000

Writing 00000000 -> 10000000

Writing 00000000 -> 10000004

Writing 00000800 -> 10000008

Writing D894E09E -> 1000000C

Writing FFFFFFFF -> 10000010

Downloading file [info0.bin]...
O.K.



Sleep(50)

10000010 = 00000000

Writing 0000001B -> 40000004


Script processing completed.

Messages from Arduino IDE "Burn Bootloader"
Using settings... Board: Sparkfun Artemis Blackboard ATP, Bootloader: Sparkfun Variable Loader, SVL Baud Rate: 921,600, Programmer: Ambiq Secure Bootloader
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C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/tools/ambiq/windows/ambiq_bin2board.exe --bin C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl.bin --load-address-blob 0x20000 --magic-num 0xCB -o C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl --version 0x0 --load-address-wired 0xC000 -i 6 --options 0x1 -b 115200 -port COM15 -r 2 -v 
Header Size =  0x80
original app_size  0x2708 ( 9992 )
load_address  0xc000 ( 49152 )
app_size  0x2708 ( 9992 )
w0 = 0xcb002788
Security Value  0x10
w2 =  0x10008080
addrWord =  0xc000
versionKeyWord =  0x0
child0/feature =  0xffffffff
child1 =  0xffffffff
crc =   0x6442ad39
Writing to file  C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_OTA_blob.bin
testing: C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_OTA_blob.bin
Header Size =  0x60
app_size  0x2788 ( 10120 )
Writing to file  C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_Wired_OTA_blob.bin
Image from  0x0  to  0x2788  will be loaded at 0x20000
Connecting over serial port COM15...
Sending Hello.
Received response for Hello
Bootloader connected
Received Status
length = 0x58
version = 0x3
Max Storage = 0x4ffa0
Status = 0x2
State = 0x7
AMInfo = 
0x1
0xff2da3ff
0x55fff
0x11
0x49f40003
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
Sending OTA Descriptor = 0xfe000
Sending Update Command.
number of updates needed = 1
Sending block of size 0x27e8 from 0x0 to 0x27e8
Sending Data Packet of length 8180
Sending Data Packet of length 2036
Sending Reset Command.
Tries = 0
Upload complete!
C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/tools/ambiq/windows/ambiq_bin2board.exe --bin C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl.bin --load-address-blob 0x20000 --magic-num 0xCB -o C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl --version 0x0 --load-address-wired 0xC000 -i 6 --options 0x1 -b 115200 -port COM15 -r 2 -v 
Header Size =  0x80
original app_size  0x2708 ( 9992 )
load_address  0xc000 ( 49152 )
app_size  0x2708 ( 9992 )
w0 = 0xcb002788
Security Value  0x10
w2 =  0x10008080
addrWord =  0xc000
versionKeyWord =  0x0
child0/feature =  0xffffffff
child1 =  0xffffffff
crc =   0x6442ad39
Writing to file  C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_OTA_blob.bin
testing: C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_OTA_blob.bin
Header Size =  0x60
app_size  0x2788 ( 10120 )
Writing to file  C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_Wired_OTA_blob.bin
Image from  0x0  to  0x2788  will be loaded at 0x20000
Connecting over serial port COM15...
Sending Hello.
Received response for Hello
Bootloader connected
Received Status
length = 0x58
version = 0x3
Max Storage = 0x4ffa0
Status = 0x2
State = 0x7
AMInfo = 
0x1
0xff2da3ff
0x55fff
0x11
0x49f40003
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
Sending OTA Descriptor = 0xfe000
Sending Update Command.
number of updates needed = 1
Sending block of size 0x27e8 from 0x0 to 0x27e8
Sending Data Packet of length 8180
Sending Data Packet of length 2036
Sending Reset Command.
Tries = 0
Upload complete!

Arduino IDE standard upload operation
(using either 115200 or 921600, Programmer: ASB, Board: Artemis ATP, Bootloader: SVL)
(also tried Bootloader: Ambiq Secure Bootloader for luck, even though I'm pretty sure it's not meant to work that way)
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Sketch uses 7752 bytes (0%) of program storage space. Maximum is 960000 bytes.
C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.6/tools/artemis/windows/artemis_svl.exe COM15 -f C:\Users\STEPHE~1\AppData\Local\Temp\arduino_build_107952/SerialCallResponseASCII.ino.bin -b 115200 -v 


Artemis SVL Bootloader

phase:	setup
	cleared startup blip

phase:	bootload
	have 7784 bytes to send in 4 frames

	error receiving packet
{'len': 0, 'cmd': 0, 'data': 0, 'crc': 1, 'timeout': 1}


unknown error
	sending frame #0, length: 0

	Upload failed

phase:	setup
	cleared startup blip

phase:	bootload
	have 7784 bytes to send in 4 frames

	error receiving packet
{'len': 0, 'cmd': 0, 'data': 0, 'crc': 1, 'timeout': 1}


unknown error
	sending frame #0, length: 0

	Upload failed

phase:	setup
	cleared startup blip

phase:	bootload
	have 7784 bytes to send in 4 frames

	error receiving packet
{'len': 0, 'cmd': 0, 'data': 0, 'crc': 1, 'timeout': 1}


unknown error
	sending frame #0, length: 0

	Upload failed
#207395
Excellent report - I wish it revealed something obvious. A few comments:

1. You seem to have configured the ASB correctly. I too was curious about the trailing "c0" in the command to generate "info0.bin" but the original documentation that I had to go on includes that signature and our production steps for Edge / Artemis boards does as well. That documentation, however, did come from the engineer who began the Apollo3 project and I haven't been able to confirm it through any official AmbiqMicro documentation. Still, I don't think that is the issue for several reasons.

2. The output from the 'Burn Bootloader' step indicates that the ASB is configured properly and working in concert with the ASB combined Python script. That should narrow down the scope of the problem to just the SVL. To confirm that can you give more information about what happened when you:
(also tried Bootloader: Ambiq Secure Bootloader for luck, even though I'm pretty sure it's not meant to work that way)
Since the 'Burn Bootloader' step was successful I would also expect that uploading sketches with the ASB bootloader selected should work.

That brings me to an observation... If the ASB upload (in the 'Burn Bootloader' step) is successful but the uploaded sketch does not run that would definitely cause the 'Error receiving packet' error. (Because the SVL is simply a sketch trying to run from the 0xC000 address just like any sketch that is uploaded with the ASB option) So right now it might be most helpful to understand what exactly is happening when you upload a sketch like Blink with the ASB bootloader. Since you have a SEGGER J-Link you might be able to follow these (following) steps to debug the actual execution using Segger Embedded Studio.


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# Setup
0. Write your project as you normally would (either in SDK or as a .ino) and find the .axf output file.
1. Download Segger Embedded Studio for ARM
2. Open SES, and click File->New Project
3. Select "An externally built executable for a Cortex-M processor" and "next"
4. Choose the "AMA3B1KK-KBR" device and "next"
5. Make sure debugger is "J-Link," interface is "SWD" and then choose the load file to be the .axf that you have built from your project. (SES should auto-detect the filetype), then "next"
6. Ensure "Debug" configuration is selected to add to the project, then "finish"

At this point you could probably start debugging, but ideally we would tell SES about our source files so that we can view the source code that corresponds to current execution.... however I haven't become that familiar with SES yet and somehow SES was able to find my corresponding source without my intervention at all ?????

# Starting Debugging
* Note: for some reason SES tries to read/write from the SBL memory (results in a "can't read/write flash" error) when using the usual debugging startup so I had to figure out a workaround.
1. Target->Connect J-Link
2. Target->Download File->Download ELF File, select your .axf (when using this button is seems to only flash the memory according to the .axf file, which I suspect inlcudes information about starting at 0xC000 from the linker script - allows us to proceed)
3. Agree to license warning?
4. Target->Attach Debugger (if this errors out then Target->Connect J-Link and another usage of Target->Attach Debugger worked for me)
5. Debug->Break (to pause the debug and hopefully magically pull up the source file that corresonds to the current execution. Also shows disassembly in a side pane. Somehow this actually worked for me without ever telling SES about my source files... so that's weird but i'm not mad)
6. Now you can use the debug menu, or the hotkeys, to step through code.
7. Since the normal debug startup errors out we don't have the convenience of it automatically stopping at main(). My solution is to use Run to Cursor on main() (right click near main()) and then press reset manually, and SES detects that executing address corresponds to main when it gets there
8. Have fun seeing the guts of the Apollo3 as it runs your code
#207421
Hi LS, thanks for the detailed analysis, but I think you've missed a key thing - does the error happen for you with a stock board when following the instructions? This seems reasonable since the exact same error has happened for mutiple users, platforms, boards and cores. Being in the production process isn't the same, ie. maybe it only happens the second time the ASB is configured.

Thanks for the debugger instructions. I've spent enough time on this frustrating issue for now, I'll report back when I get to looking at that.

Here's the output from when I try Burn Bootloader with Bootloader: Ambiq Secure Bootloader
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C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/tools/ambiq/windows/ambiq_bin2board.exe --bin C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl.bin --load-address-blob 0x20000 --magic-num 0xCB -o C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl --version 0x0 --load-address-wired 0xC000 -i 6 --options 0x1 -b 115200 -port COM15 -r 2 -v 
Header Size =  0x80
original app_size  0x2708 ( 9992 )
load_address  0xc000 ( 49152 )
app_size  0x2708 ( 9992 )
w0 = 0xcb002788
Security Value  0x10
w2 =  0x10008080
addrWord =  0xc000
versionKeyWord =  0x0
child0/feature =  0xffffffff
child1 =  0xffffffff
crc =   0x6442ad39
Writing to file  C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_OTA_blob.bin
testing: C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_OTA_blob.bin
Header Size =  0x60
app_size  0x2788 ( 10120 )
Writing to file  C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_Wired_OTA_blob.bin
Image from  0x0  to  0x2788  will be loaded at 0x20000
Connecting over serial port COM15...
Sending Hello.
Received response for Hello
Bootloader connected
Received Status
length = 0x58
version = 0x3
Max Storage = 0x4ffa0
Status = 0x2
State = 0x7
AMInfo = 
0x1
0xff2da3ff
0x55fff
0x11
0x49f40003
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
Sending OTA Descriptor = 0xfe000
Sending Update Command.
number of updates needed = 1
Sending block of size 0x27e8 from 0x0 to 0x27e8
Sending Data Packet of length 8180
Sending Data Packet of length 2036
Sending Reset Command.
Tries = 0
Upload complete!
C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/tools/ambiq/windows/ambiq_bin2board.exe --bin C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl.bin --load-address-blob 0x20000 --magic-num 0xCB -o C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl --version 0x0 --load-address-wired 0xC000 -i 6 --options 0x1 -b 115200 -port COM15 -r 2 -v 
Header Size =  0x80
original app_size  0x2708 ( 9992 )
load_address  0xc000 ( 49152 )
app_size  0x2708 ( 9992 )
w0 = 0xcb002788
Security Value  0x10
w2 =  0x10008080
addrWord =  0xc000
versionKeyWord =  0x0
child0/feature =  0xffffffff
child1 =  0xffffffff
crc =   0x6442ad39
Writing to file  C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_OTA_blob.bin
testing: C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_OTA_blob.bin
Header Size =  0x60
app_size  0x2788 ( 10120 )
Writing to file  C:\Users\XYZ\AppData\Local\Arduino15\packages\SparkFun\hardware\apollo3\1.0.7/bootloaders/artemis/artemis_svl_Wired_OTA_blob.bin
Image from  0x0  to  0x2788  will be loaded at 0x20000
Connecting over serial port COM15...
Sending Hello.
Received response for Hello
Bootloader connected
Received Status
length = 0x58
version = 0x3
Max Storage = 0x4ffa0
Status = 0x2
State = 0x7
AMInfo = 
0x1
0xff2da3ff
0x55fff
0x11
0x49f40003
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
0xffffffff
Sending OTA Descriptor = 0xfe000
Sending Update Command.
number of updates needed = 1
Sending block of size 0x27e8 from 0x0 to 0x27e8
Sending Data Packet of length 8180
Sending Data Packet of length 2036
Sending Reset Command.
Tries = 0
Upload complete!