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I have bought a XBEE Pro S2C Programable, I can connect XCTU to it, (indicating that it is a programable device).

But, when I'm using java library, I get the next exception:

The same code I use for S2B (No programable) and it works fine. I have looked through the documentation and it seems it doesn't have the booleader active. I have followed the tutorials but I couldn't get it.
There is way to get a XBEE Programable devices with java?
asked Jun 12, 2017 in USB Serial by Molas89 New to the Community (4 points)

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You need to load an application on the Freescale processor first. Otherwise the Java app can't talk to the RF processor.
answered Jun 12, 2017 by mvut Veteran of the Digi Community (15,324 points)
Do I need the complete kit for program the radio?
I mean, something like one of these:
No, none of them would do what you need.  You need a development board such as the XBIB-U-DEV along with a BDM programmer and the FreeScale SDK software in which to write and port over an application. That application would need to be written to understand what it is you are asking the Freescale processor to do.
Thank you