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Installing rePalm on a STM32F429I

22.05.2019


Caution: I won‘t take any responsibility for any damge!

Also: With this tutorials, you will override the default firmware on your STM32F429I!


Needed Software:


In order to download the files from st.com you need to create an account.


Everything was done on Windows 10 Professional (64Bit).

If you are a Linux-User here is an article how to install the STM32 ST-LINK Utitlity (or the command-line-version of this tool) on linux:

installing-using-st-link-v2-to-flash-stm32-on-linux

(This wasn‘t tested by me!)




The steps are really straight forward:


1. First you need to install the needed software. (Both, the Flashing-Software and the driver.)


2. After the installation, start „STM32 ST-LINK Utility“:



3. Connect your STM32F429I via USB to your computer

(Make sure, the mini-usb-port is used and NOT the mirco-USB-port!)


4. Click on the connect-icon (next to the save-icon). A blue-message will tell you, that it ist

(If it will not get recognized, unplug it, wait a few seconds, reattach your STM32F429I and click on the connect-icon again.)


5. In the next step click on „Target“ and „Promgram & Verify ...“ (Shortcut: CTRL + P):



6. Now, select your downloaded rom.bin from http://dmitry.gr
(You can find the link in the „So where does this leave us?“-section.):



7. After this, just click on „Start“:



8. Be patient while your device gets flashed:

(This process should only take a few minutes.)


9. After a sucessful transfer … :



10. … just click on the „disconnect“-icon and you are done:



You should now have Palm OS on your STM32F429I:


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