I just bought and received a G120HDR-Rev2 module. I got it running, deployed my first application and everything worked fine till I received messages that the assemblies on the module were outdated, so I had to perform a firmware update.
Here I started by using FEZ Config, which deployed the firmwares and than ran into an error (cannot boot application or something). Looking through the forum I found out this was related to an outdated TinyBooter firmware, so I downloaded TeraTerm and looked up the firmware on my computer. After booting the module in the TinyBooter mode, I erased it (command E and Y) and after that started a file transfer (X). However, every deployment of the firmware ends again by showing ‘BL’, which is stated in the manual that this indicates that the firmware is not flashed correctly. Pressing R (run) also gives the message ‘Bad firmware’, so I cannot use the module at all at the moment. I already tried to reinstall the sdk to check for problems with damaged files, tried all my usb ports and flashed it already several times but still no luck. Whether or not using an external power supply does not make any difference in the result so it is also not related to this.
Has someone any idea what I am doing wrong or what is missing in this procedure why the firmware won’t flash in the correct way?