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Bootload on STM32f107RCT (64PIN)

Question asked by Msba.Mehran on Apr 29, 2014
Latest reply on Apr 30, 2014 by Clive One
In AN2606:
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Workaround
● For 64-pin packages
None. The bootloader cannot be used.
● For 100-pin packages
Depending on the used peripheral, the pins for the unused peripherals have to be kept
at a high level during the bootloader activation phase as described below:
– If USART1 is used to connect to the bootloader, PD6 and PB5 have to be kept at a
high level.
– If USART2 is used to connect to the bootloader, PA10, PB5, PA11 and PA12 have
to be kept at a high level.
– If CAN2 is used to connect to the bootloader, PA10, PD6, PA11 and PA12 have to
be kept at a high level.
- If DFU is used to connect to the bootloader, PA10, PB5 and PD6 have to be kept at
a high level.
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Is this meaning the STM32f107RCT has no bootloader?
If Its true what is best program way for STM32F107RC?

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