Demonstrating Secure Digital Flash Memory Card Functionality Using MPLAB® Code Configurator (MCC) - Step 2: Download Example Code and Setup MCC

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Step 2: Download Example Code and Setup MCC

There are two ZIP files associated with this training. The first project, microSD-app-pic24fjxxxga7-solution, is the completed solution that can be programmed to demonstrate the lab and verify your setup. The second microSD-app-pic24fjxxxga7-lab is the same project with the MPLAB® Code Configurator (MCC) files removed. It contains the source files needed to perform the lab as per the following step-by-step instructions. Both files are stored in a single GitHub repository. You will need to create a free account to download the files.

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Download and Extract Example Code

Download the example file microSD-app-pic24fjxxxga7-lab.zip and extract files into <your unzip folder>. Both files are stored in a single GitHub repository. You will need to create a free account to download the files.

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Install MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC)

If needed, install MCC. We will use it to graphically create peripheral drivers for this tutorial. You can refer to "Install MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC)" if you would like detailed steps on how to do this.


Install MCC File System Library (FatFs)

The MCC File System Library (FatFs) is a custom, third-party MCC library used to graphically add driver code associated with the microSD Click board.

Download the File System Library (FatFs) from the MCC page.

Check for the latest version, in this project we use version v1.1.0

File SystemYou can refer to "How to add a library in MPLAB Code Configurator (MCC)" if you would like detailed steps on how to do this.