It’s important to note that not in every circumstance are you entitled to bond.
If you are on Deferred Adjudication Probation and a Motion to Adjudicate is filed, you are absolutely entitled to a bond as there has not been an actual finding of guilty.
If you are on a regular or straight probation, bond is set by agreement with the state or by the judge. Because there has already been a plea of guilty entered, the judge can choose to not set a bond. If no bond is set you must remain in custody until your court date. Mind your bond conditions. Do not pick up new charges.