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USB RNDIS kitl debug broken in 6.13
Did they fix the USB RNDIS KITL debugging in 6.14?
It worked in 6.12.04 but was broken in 6.13.0
Yes. bSquare has verified that USB RNDIS KITL works in BSP 6.14.
BSP 6.14 will be available for download tomorrow.
Can you confirm if you got a chance to independently verify if USB KITL works for you with BSP 6.14 release. We have report from another customer that is having problems. Just wanted to make sure I have an independent data point.
Appreciate your response. Thanks.
It seems to be ok on my rev D EVM but is still broken on my custom hardware.
6.12.04 worked on both EVM and my hardware.
6.13.00 did not work on EVM or custom hardware
6.14.00 works on EVM but broken on custom hardware.
There may very well be some hardware dependice but I can't figure it out. I tried to narrow it down but so many file were changed in this last release it makes it very difficult.
I am working with three different custom designs that all have slightly different hardware configurations. All worked (USB RNDIS) under 6.12.04, none work under 6.14 so far.
I am testing with a "small footprint" OSdesign so there should be minimal hardware dependices.
I would very much like to know if you find anything out.
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