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[Fwd: [bluetooth-dev] CSR BC01b - can't do readbd]
i forwarded u a mail that i received "from" csr.
im a little bit confused about what he is saying.
have u ever erased the flash and loaded afterwards beta9?
do i really have to contact csr-techsupport?
btw: i enabled flow control, still no connection with 1115 and 0108. as
before, no problems with ericsson module.
I'm a little concerned to hear this. The "erase the flash" sends a
slight chill down the backbone. If you erase the flash it removes
the program and const data. It also removes all of the configuration
data. For example:
The Bluetooth address
The crystal trim value (you can normally get away without setting this)
The rssi trim value (you can normally get away with this too)
The serial number (hmmm).
If you've deleted this you should be able to get the values
you need from email@example.com - you'll need your hardware's
serial number - and the number on the small detachable modules.
You should be able to put it all back again with pstool.
The usual thing that causes people problems with H4 is not
turning on hardware flow control.
(If, for some odd reason, you're still on bc01a module (no holed
metal screen can on the detachable module) then installing beta-9.X will
do you no good - the older chips will not run beta-9.X.)
"Gathright, Dave" wrote:
> Other than setting the flow control, that is all that I did to get the 1115
> stack to work with CSR.
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From: Andreas Petralia [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> > Sent: Friday, February 16, 2001 10:49 AM
> > To: email@example.com
> > Subject: [bluetooth-dev] CSR BC01b - can't do readbd
> > hi
> > i have a CSR BC01b (f/w beta9) and i can't read the bt-address.
> > everything works ok with the ericsson module....
> > here what i do:
> > 1. erase the flash
> > 2. download beta9
> > 3. verify
> > 4. with PSTools i set the following:
> > 5. Host Interface = UART link running H4
> > 6. UART: Partity Bits = No parity
> > 7. UART: non-BCSP enable = Enable
> > 8. UART baud rate = 115200
> > 9. Reset BC
> > 10. insmod src/bt.o
> > 11. btd -u /dev/ttyS0 -s 115200 -e 0 -m -i csr
> > 12. btduser -u .......
> > have i missed something?
> > is there someone running this HW with bt vers. 1115?
> > thx
> > andrew
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