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[SOLVED] Programming with PicKit-3

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Hi Guys,
I bought a new PicKit3 programmer from olimex,
https://www.olimex.com/Products/PIC/Programmers/PIC-KIT3/

I thought that i can use that for programming through MPLab and also to dump hex files generated from other tools, however i have read the user guides provided by olimex and Microchip but i am unable to figure out how to dump a simple hex file on a Pic18F4550, using this Pic Kit-3, i am able to successfully connect the Pic Kit-3 through the MPLab, but i want to actually dump hex files without using MPLab.

Please help me if anyone has good hands-on this tool.

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No i was just thinking how to dump codes developed through Mikro C through Pic Kit3, and i have figured it out, we need to develop codes and generate hex file then we can dump that hex file using MP Lab by File-> import and select our hex file then select Programmer->program and it programs our Mikro C developed code (of course you need to first connect your pic Kit 3 through Programmer->Select Programmer -> Pic Kit3)
 

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