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RE: [bluetooth-dev] CSR BC01 modules
on what baudrate do you run btd(m) ?
Since -s (set speed) option in btdm (apps/bluetooth/experimental) sets baudrate in
the CSR modules persistent store you need to reboot the module before the changes
E.g if the module uses default speed 115200 you need to start btd with
options -i 115200 -s 115200
If you want to change from e.g 115200 to 460800 you need to do this in two steps :
1) First use the old init speed and then set the new by doing
btd -R -i 115200 -s 460800, then let the stack set the new speed and then reboot.
2) After this the module should be set to 460800 which means that you use 460800 in
the -i option e.g btd -R -i 460800 -s 460800
There is a non persistent store baudrate setting command but we haven't got it
to work yet. :(
Is there someone on this list that has ??
By the way, some logs can be very useful :)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chou, Alexander T [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: den 8 maj 2001 02:53
> To: 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
> Subject: [bluetooth-dev] CSR BC01 modules
> Has anyone gotten CSR BCO1 modules to work under the Axis stack?
> I am trying both UART and USB, and am unable to talk to the hardware.
> I compiled the stack with
> ROOT/linux/include/linux/bluetooth/btconfig.h and
> ROOT/apps/bluetooth/btd/btd.h using CONFIG_BLUETOOTH_CSR, but I when i
> readbd, i do not get an address.
> I have also tried changing those files to use
> with a CSR USB module, but this also does not work (it hangs
> my system).
> thanks for any response,
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