ng_ubt with Broadcom BCM92035DGL

Maksim Yevmenkin maksim.yevmenkin at savvis.net
Thu Jan 6 15:14:45 PST 2005


Ronald Klop wrote:
> On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 13:27:33 -0800, Maksim Yevmenkin  
> <maksim.yevmenkin at savvis.net> wrote:
> 
>> use this page for reference. if driver column says 'hci_usb' then 
>> device  will most likely to work
>>
>> http://www.holtmann.org/linux/bluetooth/devices.html
>>
>>> Thanks a lot for your time.
>>
>>
>> sure. sorry, couldn't help you.
> 
> That's the risk of running a free OS. :-)

does not meant it does not have to work :)

> I just found these in my /var/log/messages.
> ng_hci_process_command_complete: ubt0hci - HCI command failed, OGF=0x3,  
> OCF=0x1a, status=0xc
> ng_hci_process_command_complete: ubt0hci - HCI command failed, OGF=0x3,  
> OCF=0x3, status=0xc
> 
> The first is about a 'write_scan_enable 3' and the last is a 'reset'.
> Maybe it is valuable info.

well, these are exactly what we saw already. command complete hci event 
has status code 0xc - command disallowed. nothing new.

one last question: device work in windows, right? can you look at 
windows install and see if there are files that look like firmware? i.e. 
something like BCM*.{hex|bin}?

if there are such files and you are fill like hacking then perhaps you 
could add device id to the ubtbcmfw(4), recompile and load it. and then 
use bcmfw(8) to upload windows firmware files into the device.

i have no idea if this will work. it could even damage the device, so 
its up to you :)

max



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