ng_ubt with Broadcom BCM92035DGL

Ronald Klop ronald-freebsd8 at
Thu Jan 13 01:48:20 PST 2005

On Thu, 06 Jan 2005 15:14:23 -0800, Maksim Yevmenkin  
<maksim.yevmenkin at> wrote:

> Ronald Klop wrote:
>> 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 :)

I don't have windows. And already returned the device to the store.
Will by another one in the future.


  Ronald Klop, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

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