In this tutorial we will cover the following points
What is Dialog’s SUOTA proprietary service?
Which bootloader schemes does Dialog SUOTA support?
What is a secondary bootloader and how is the active image selected?
We will also follow a step-by-step procedure to demonstrate how you can enable the SUOTA service in your application.
The following video gives an overview about the SUOTA Application:
1.1. Before You Start¶
In order to follow this tutorial you are expected to have completed a few steps:
A development kit has been plugged in and drivers have been loaded (SmartBond™ Development kit options)
Keil µVision® has been installed (Register & Download)
SmartBond™ SDK6 has been downloaded and extracted to a known folder location (Register & Download)
You have access to a smartphone.
The following video provides an overview of the SUOTA process
Demonstration of Dialog SmartBond™ DA145xx SUOTA