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Enabling SDIO Based WiFi Module on i.MX25 - L2..6.31_09_12

Question asked by Shreeranganath Bonthalabalavigna Employee on Mar 7, 2012
Latest reply on Sep 6, 2012 by Prashant Prashant

Hi All,

      We were trying to enable the SDIO based wifi on the PDK i.MX25 with L2.6.31_09_12.

       We could see the communication with the module and pdk happening. But the wifi was not coming up.

       After doing some extensive search on the web, found following links which say that in L2.6.31 SDIO driver of Freescale there are some limitations and wifi module would not work.

 

http://lists.infradead.org/pipermail/libertas-dev/2011-June/003543.html

http://forums.freescale.com/t5/i-MX-Microprocessors/i-mx25-PDK-with-Marvell-8688-SDIO-Wifi-libertas/td-p/76507

 

Log for WifI Module communication:

insmod /lib/unifi_sdio.ko
UniFi SDIO Driver: v7.0 (build:212) Feb 27 2012 07:08:21
CSR SME with WEXT support
UniFi: Using native Linux MMC driver for SDIO.
sdio bus_id:      mmc0:0001:1 - UniFi card 0x0 inserted
root@freescale ~$ unifi mmc0:0001:1: firmware: requesting unifi-sdio-0/sta.xbv
unifi0: Initialising UniFi, attempt 1
unifi0: Chip ID 0x07  Function 1  Block Size 512  Name UniFi-4(UF602x)
unifi0: Chip Version 0x2822
unifi0: Falling back to software hard reset
unifi0: Chip ID 0x07  Function 1  Block Size 512  Name UniFi-4(UF602x)
unifi0: unifi_dl_patch c30ed2dc 0100060e
unifi0: UniFi f/w protocol version 8.0 (driver 8.0)
unifi0: Firmware build 743: 2009-09-08 16:22 cindr0201_core_sta_rom_sdio_gc

 

Attached log with more debug statements.

 

Request anybody was successful in enabling SDIO based WiFi on i.MX25 L2.6.31? If so, please share your configurations.

Please recommend how we can solve this issue

 

Thanks in advance,

Best regards,
Gupta

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