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WaSu_1697556
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My question loosely related to the below post.

Re: BCM20736S HIDOFF problem

In the above post the questioner was advised to register NOP callbacks to bleprofile_regAppEvtHandler() in order to properly retain the GPIO state.

Is the NOP part of the workaround or is it OK to do whatever the process necessary?


void application_create(void)

{

...... all other initialization here....

    bleprofile_regAppEvtHandler(BLECM_APP_EVT_ENTERING_HIDOFF,(BLECM_NO_PARAM_FUNC)app_enter_hidoff);

    bleprofile_regAppEvtHandler(BLECM_APP_EVT_ABORTING_HIDOFF,(BLECM_NO_PARAM_FUNC)app_abort_hidoff);

}

void app_enter_hidoff(void) { /* Do nothing */ }

void app_abort_hidoff(void) { /* Do nothing */ }

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Anonymous
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Hello Wataru,

Yes, you are allowed to do whatever process is necessary.

Thanks,

JT

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