I am working on a ARM-IMX6DL SoM based in a Linux-Embedded Environment (emDebian) whose Hardware makes use of some I210. We need the eeprom-ARM-Tool in order to program the NVM by using this tool.
Where can I find it?
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thank you for answering so fast.
I have applied for a Privilege account by following the steps you described. However the status of my account is still "pending Priviliged".
So far, I have not received any "confirmation email". Which steps should I follow now ?
Thanks again for the answer.
Sorry to insist but we need as fast as possible this tool. That issue is blocking our development process. I would be glad to provide all information required but I am still waiting for the contact from Intel by email.
Hello again, just to inform.
We are not using I210 as I said on my first post, but I211. The ID number of the controllers is the one programmed according to factory default, 1532. We need to program the right ID, 1539.