I've been using ITBOK, downloaded from Mistral for AM/DM37x EVM. Two source trees are in the tar file; u-boot and EVM37xx_ITBOK. I have a couple questions about this package:
1. The u-boot source tied to the diagnostics libitbok.a appears to be quite old, at least from looking at the CHANGELOG and README files in each source tree. We have customized uboot for variations in HW requirements, and are currenly at a newer level of uboot. I've tried patching in the downloaded diagnostics with the newer uboot and did get it running, but there are some issues. I think related to GPIO backlight control. Is there any newer releases matched to a more current uboot? I plan to check with Mistral as well.
2. I was glad to see the Battery test and interface to the tps65950/twl4030, but the results are suspect. The voltages never change and not real. I went back to TI site where I first found ITBOK and was surprised. The results reported on the web page and my board are the same. I
Starting Battery Test...
Charge Type : AC Charge
ac charger voltage = 0.009775
Battery voltage = 0.017595
Battery charger current = -0.845608
Battery Test Completed... PASSFrom my EVMStarting Battery Test...Charge Type : AC Charge ac charger voltage = 0.009775Battery voltage = 0.017595Battery charger current = -0.845608Thanks is advance for any input.
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