What is the state of CPU1 after applying a software reset to it?
The software reset operation is similar to the following:
mwr 0xf8000008 0xdf0d
mwr 0xf8000244 0x2
mwr 0xf8000244 0x22mwr 0xf8000244 0x20mwr 0xf8000244 0x0
According to the ARM documentation, when issuing the "CPU 1 software reset control" the CPU 1 will jump to address 0x0.
Only the SRST will force the bootROM to execute that will place CPU to 0xFFFFFF00 area and consequently to a WFE.
So, the user code needs to take the CPU 1 from 0x0 to the WFE in the 0xFFFFFF00 area.
The following memory write operations can make CPU1 go into a WFE state after a CPU1 software reset:
# write a stub into 0xffffff00
mwr 0xFFFFFF00 0xe3e0000f
mwr 0xFFFFFF04 0xe3a01000
mwr 0xFFFFFF08 0xe5801000
mwr 0xFFFFFF0C 0xe320f002
mwr 0xFFFFFF10 0xe5902000
mwr 0xFFFFFF14 0xe1520001
mwr 0xFFFFFF18 0x0afffffb
mwr 0xFFFFFF1C 0xe1a0f002
# write jump instruction into 0x0
mwr 0x00000000 0xe3e0f0ff
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