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I noticed that there's a new default firmware version 1.05 for TUSB9261 available. Currently, we are using version 1.04 in our embedded device (TUSB9261 is connected via USB3.0 hub to a SigmaDesigns SX6). Now I like to know what have changed from v1.04 to v1.05 to decide whether to update or not. I have downloaded and 'installed' the firmware package already, but unfortunately there's no change log included.
Background: We have complains about the TUSB9261 sometimes not being recognized by the SX6 while the hub is there. However, these cases are very seldom and at the moment I can't say which part is responsible: SX6 host, hub chip (SMSC 5534b) or the TUSB9261. But maybe the firmware update can help?
Thanks and best regards, Christian.
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In reply to Roberto Diaz:
Thank you Roberto, that helps to make the decision.
Best regards, Christian
Could you explain about the following questions regqarding the FW1.05?v1.05 - 03Oct2014 ------------------ Increased delay at the end of usb_hal_disconnect() to 500ms to ensure device disconnect is detected by host. --> What is the parameter of "usb_hal_disconnect()"? My customer has evaluated TUSB9261 with the FW of v1.04 since 2014. They have a concern whether they should update FW from v1.04 into v1.05.- Updated SW license terms and added manifest --> Where should we check to confirm contents of the above things? They want to confirm what are updated.
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