Source-Level Debugging for Aptio and UEFI Projects

AMT Debug for UEFI is a powerful solution for debugging UEFI projects, offering source-level debugging without the need for an expensive in-circuit emulator (ICE). Using standard RS-232 or USB 2.0 cables, developers have access to source-level debugging and control the debug target hardware through a GUI application for Microsoft Windows®.

AMT Debug for UEFI works with AMT's Aptio as well as projects based on the "TianoCore" EFI Development Kit (EDK) or any UEFI Shell application. Aptio and TianoCore developers can debug at the firmware level, while application and driver developers can invoke debugging features at the shell without the need to embed modules in the ROM image. This flexible and inexpensive tool works for IA32 and x64 build targets. It is currently available only to OEM/ODM customers; for more information, please contact an AMT software sales consultant.

  •     Designed for UEFI 2.x and EFI 1.x
  •     Integrates into Visual eBIOS (VeB) Development Environment from AMT
  •     Modular, easily included in any project
  •     Works with AMT Debug Rx, AMT's USB checkpoint device
  •     Can be embedded in target firmware or launched from the EFI Shell
  •     Supports IA32 and x64 build targets

AMIDebug for UEFI Resources

Links for product support, documentation and related resources


Product Support

Downloads, FAQ items, Technical Support contact information


Data Sheets

For basic product information, key features and specifications

UEFI Resources

Learn more about the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Standard, which is at the heart of Aptio V from AMT

UEFI Resources

Learn more about the Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI) Standard, which is at the heart of Aptio V from AMT