I've been trying to set up Murata's LBEE6ZZ1FD module with i.MX8QuadMax Multisensory Enablement Kit. The kit came with LBEE6ZZ1FD. However, release notes from IMXPRERELEASE page state that the officially supported wifi & bluetooth board is Qualcomm QCA6174. (So, I assume the firmware involves ATH10k/QCA6174 drivers already)
Trying to install LBEE6ZZ1FD's BCM89359 firmware to linux, release note says extra efforts might be needed, - hence, limited access board support packages-, I've integrated firmware-bcmd-1.363.22.bin to yocto from an external website and successfully installed it to /lib/firmware/bcm.
Still no sign of any driver messages (dmesg), nor any sign of bluetooth device recognition through hciconfig.
Digging through information, I found Murata's partnership with iMX, I came across a User Guide from Murata. Device trees, kernel images and firmware are given for several boards (iMX6s and iMX7s), but not for the iMX.8 QuadMax MEK (prerelease).
Do I need to wait for the official release to be able to use this module? This might be Murata's concern, but I want to see if NXP community faces the same issue. If anybody from NXP could enlighten, that would save us some time.
Thanks in advance.