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You may refer to the link below to get BKM on enabling Olimex ARM-USB-OCD-H on Intel(R) Quark(TM) microcontroller D2000. The steps are almost the same for enable Olimex ARM-USB-OCD-H on Intel Curie and customer may refer to it.
This BKM is about enabling Olimex ARM-USB-OCD-H on Intel(R) Quark(TM) microcontroller D2000.
For Section 3, you may refer to the Figure 3 for the pins of jtag connector and Table 1 for the hardware connectivity. Please ensure that the connection follows the table, for example TMS must connect to TMS and TDO must connect to TDO.
You may just ignore Section 5 as it is not relevant for customer use. If you are facing problem installing the drivers, you may refer to Section 6 for troubleshooting.
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Driver installed correct (I flashed via olimex jtag arduino board).
Pins is correct too, because I was obtained strangest behaviour: we have three custom boards and one of them from the fourth time of try to flash bootloader from ISSM flashed with very slow jtag speed.
But arduino 101 board flashed without any problem with default speed at first time. We measure all signals when flashing and all signals is strong and look good.
I may assume it's problem was occured because we use different voltage supply scheme with 1.8 volts (arduino board use 3.3 volts). May be Curie has a bug when working on a 1.8 power voltage?