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[SOLVED] PIC18F8722 & Micro SD Card 512MB

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Hi all,

I am using pic18F8722, c18 compiler and MPLAB 8.88. Using C18 lib (SPI).

I am a problem to use a Micro SD Card 512MB. The code I put below. The problems are 2 (I think they are related).

1) In the second part, when I remove MicroSD from idle (After CMD0), that I send one ACMD41 (The CMD1 not works in any case), the MicroSD leaves from idle, but after near 25 seconds.... its normal ?

2) in the third part, I sendthe CMD16, to change block size to 512B. In this part, the response is not 0x00, is another.

you guys can take a look at my code and see if there's anything I'm doing wrong ?

I take this code from another site. I not using MDD sample from Microchip because I Need to put, in this microcontroller, tcp/ip and fat mmc controler, and the TCP/IP stack + MDD FS not work together, and the sample TCP/IP with MDD not have to PIC18 (only to PIC24 and above).

And I know if I remove lot's of code that I not need, the TCP/IP and FAT mmc controler will work fine.

Its not complicate for me, I just do FAT in another projects (more simple), and works fine. My only problem is comunicate with MicroSD Card.

#include "HardwareProfile.h"
#include "spi.h"
#include "mmc2.h"
#include "UART.h"

// Written by Ed Waugh 2004, www.edwaugh.co.uk

// for the original source, and hundreds more examples of PIC C code, see:
// http://www.microchipc.com/sourcecode/#mmc

/************************** MMC Init **************************************/
/* Initialises the MMC into SPI mode and sets block size, returns 0 on success */
int mmc_init(void)
{
int i, a1, a2;

SD_CS_IO = 1; // ensure SPI memory device
// Chip Select is reset
OpenSPI1(SPI_FOSC_64, MODE_00, SMPMID);

for(i=0;i<10;i++) // initialise the MMC card into SPI mode by sending clks on
{
WriteSPI1(0xFF);
}

putrsUART("Initialization\n\r");

SD_CS_IO = 0; // set SS = 0 (on) tells card to go to spi mode when it receives reset

WriteSPI1(0x40); // send reset command
WriteSPI1(0x00); // all the arguments are 0x00 for the reset command
WriteSPI1(0x00);
WriteSPI1(0x00);
WriteSPI1(0x00);
WriteSPI1(0x95); // precalculated checksum as we are still in MMC mode

if(mmc_response(0x01)==1)
return 1; // if = 1 then there was a timeout waiting for 0x01 from the mmc

SD_CS_IO = 1; // set SS = 1 (off)

putrsUART("Got response from MMC\n\r");

i = 0;

while(i < 255) // must keep sending command if response
{
putrsUART("trying response 0x00 from MMC\n\r");

WriteSPI(0xFF);

SD_CS_IO = 0; // set SS = 0 (on) tells card to go to spi mode when it receives reset

WriteSPI(0x77); // CMD55
WriteSPI(0x00);
WriteSPI(0x00);
WriteSPI(0x00);
WriteSPI(0x00);
WriteSPI(0xFF);

SD_CS_IO = 1; // set SS = 1 (off)
WriteSPI(0xFF);
SD_CS_IO = 0; // set SS = 0 (on) tells card to go to spi mode when it receives reset

WriteSPI(0x69); // CMD41
WriteSPI(0x40); // HCS=1
WriteSPI(0x00);
WriteSPI(0x00);
WriteSPI(0x00);
WriteSPI(0xFF);

if (mmc_response(0x00) == 0)
break;

SD_CS_IO = 1; // set SS = 1 (off)

i++;
}

if(i >= 254)
return 1; // if >= 254 then there was a timeout waiting for 0x00 from the mmc

putrsUART("Got out of idle response from MMC\n\r");

SD_CS_IO = 1; // set SS = 1 (off)

WriteSPI1(0xFF); // extra clocks to allow mmc to finish off what it is doing

SD_CS_IO = 0; // set SS = 0 (on)

WriteSPI1(0x50); // send mmc command one to bring out of idle state
WriteSPI1(0x00);
WriteSPI1(0x00);
WriteSPI1(0x02); // high block length bits - 512 bytes
WriteSPI1(0x00); // low block length bits
WriteSPI1(0xFF); // checksum is no longer required but we always send 0xFF

if((mmc_response(0x00))==1)
return 1;

SD_CS_IO = 1; // set SS = 1 (off)

putrsUART("Got set block length response from MMC\n\r");

CloseSPI1();
OpenSPI1(SPI_FOSC_4, MODE_00, SMPMID);

return 0;
}

/************************** MMC get response **************************************/
/**** Repeatedly reads the MMC until we get the response we want or timeout ****/

int mmc_response(unsigned char response)
{
unsigned long count = 0xFFFF; // 16bit repeat, it may be possible to shrink this to 8 bit but there is not much point

while(ReadSPI1() != response && --count > 0);

if(count==0)
return 1; // loop was exited due to timeout
else
return 0; // loop was exited before timeout
}


Ty a Lot
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I'm abandoning this idea.... I cant get help, and I am lost... I'm not complaining, just explaning.

Can close this thread.



Ty a lot.
Moacir Jr.
 

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One of my personal suggestion..

Download Microchip Application Libraries and Use its MDD Library..

Few days i had implemented that and it works fine.

Even examples are available for PIC18F8722, and FAT16 and FAT32 Format Both are supported.
I don't much about these but had simulated everything on proteus properly..

Just give a try..
 

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