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Wi-Fi Bluetooth for Linux

CaAs_4607266
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After some time of operation, I get what seems like a kernel dump in the form of vendor-specific events.

Unfortunately, I have no idea, why that happens and how to decode it. Can anyone help me with this? Is there a guide to decoding the vendor-specific events?

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CaAs_4607266
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AnjanaM_61​, maybe you have an idea?

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CaAs_4607266
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I want to add that I can trigger this behaviour if I send 0x2000 as an Opcode without parameters to the chip, e.g using hcitool on raspberry pi:

sudo hcitool cmd 0x08 0x00

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MaRi_1281436
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Minor comment: in the log, there are HCI Event with non-Bluetooth event codes 0x40 and higher - these are used internally by the stack and are not received from the Bluetooth Controller.

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AnjanaM_61
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Hi CaAs_4607266 ,

I am sorry , we don't have an public released document for the vendor specific commands.

Are you still facing this issue ? If then, please provide the logs and steps / commands which you tried.

Thanks,
Anjana

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