am using hands-free example code for call functionalities ,connected an Android device through client control ,where i observed that when i receive incoming call from whatsApp its sending outgoing call events and unable to answer call or reject the call,
whereas when i connected IOS device ,its working i.e.,receiving incoming call event,ring event and i can answer or reject the whatsApp call.
what changes to make to work whatsapp call functionalities in Android device.
BELOW i attached the log from both Android and IOS devices which tested .Show Less
Platform: Raspberry pi 4
After testing on the environment, the number of LE connections are 5 devices.
Btw, the connected devices are notebook and phone.
How can increased the maximum number of LE connections for CYW43455?
we find the Modustoolbox V3.1 has AIROC™ CYW20829 HID mouse demo, when we use Modustoolbox V3.1 to build it, it show the errors;
PC: windows 10
MTB: Mdoustoolbox V3.1
i have two questions about it ,
1、if we just can use Modustoolbox V3.0 to build it ?
2、 Where can we get hardware reference design sch files？
Customers reported that after connecting four devices, the mobile phone could no longer receive broadcasts.
After removing a connection, the mobile phone can scan the broadcast again.
So how to increase the number of scanning devices?
In reference to: https://community.infineon.com/t5/AIROC-Wi-Fi-MCUs/Wi-Fi-Bluetooth-for-Linux/m-p/458418#M674
We still have trouble bringing up BRCM FMAC CYW43455 on NVIDIA Jetson custom carries board with Xavier NX SoM with Jetson Linux 35.1.x (Jetpack 5.1.x & Linux Kernel 5.10.104).
We have it working and running fine on the older version of L4T < 32.7 and lower. NVIDIA has released Jetson Linux L4T 34 & 35. We are struggling to bring up Wifi on 35.2.1 and also tried with earlier latest releases.
We suspect that the firmware binaries could be causing the issues. So requesting you to provide the same which is compatible with NVIDIA Jetson.
I am trying to understand SPP, so I try to run SPP example code GitHub - Infineon/mtb-example-btsdk-rfcomm-spp: SPP app and when I flash the code, I don't understand, and I even can't detect this Bluetooth device and I also try to follow the readme file instruction, but I stuck at Bluetooth pairing step.
Will appreciate help / pointer in resolving the issue.
I am currently using MCU to drive CYW43438 module, but I cannot find any driver description documentation for this chip. Can you provide relevant documentations?Show Less
I would like to get the latest Cypress's Linux brcmfmac driver and firmware support package for cym43455.
Also checked the latest release version v5.15.58-2023_0523 but no support for cym43455 firmware is found.
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The current new AIROC firmware, which is in the Airoc extension pack 1.5.1 (https://github.com/Infineon/AIROC-Wi-Fi-Bluetooth-STM32) reduces the strength of the RSSI levels.
- Why is that happening?
- Is there a way to have the same RSSI performance as with the 1.5.0 version?
RSSI with Infineon extension pack 1.5.0:
RSSI with Infineon extension pack 1.5.1:
Switch from 1.5.0 to 1.5.1:
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My SPP project, data loss is occurring.
I want to know the difference between these two status values.
1. spp_rfcomm_control_callback : Status = 19
2. spp_rfcomm_control_callback : Status = 16
The Status = 16 log appeared, and I confirmed that data loss occurs during the subsequent SPP data transmission.
The following is an explanation of the error code values I confirmed in the wiced_bt_rfcomm.h
(/** RFCOMM Result Codes */ enum wiced_bt_rfcomm_result_e)
19 : WICED_BT_RFCOMM_CLOSED
16 : WICED_BT_RFCOMM_PEER_CONNECTION_FAILED
I don't know why the status value is suddenly changing.