[fprint] Call for testing: UPEK 147e:1001, AES1660, AES1610, AES2501, AES2550, AES2810, AES2660

Julian Sikorski belegdol at gmail.com
Fri Jan 1 10:25:02 PST 2016

Hi list,

was there ever any new development for 147e:1001? libfprint-0.6.0 does
not seem to contain these drivers.

Best regards,

W dniu 22.03.2014 o 06:46, Julian Sikorski pisze:
> Hi Vasily,
> I don't know if it times out every time, but the results look the same
> from the user perspective.
> How do I know fprint_demo is ready for enrollment, and that I should
> continue with re-scanning the finger?
> Best regards,
> Julian
> W dniu 20.03.2014 09:04, Vasily Khoruzhick pisze:
>> Hi Julian,
>> According to log, it looks like one control transfer (write reg) of
>> deinit sequence timed out. Does it happen all the time?
>> Please note, that with latest changes all imaging devices do 5 scans
>> for enrollment.
>> Regards
>> Vasily
>> On Thu, Mar 20, 2014 at 9:13 AM, Julian Sikorski <belegdol at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> W dniu 16.03.2014 11:45, Vasily Khoruzhick pisze:
>>>> Hi to all fingerprint scanner users,
>>>> It's another call for libfprint testing.
>>>> Good news to all UPEK 147e:1001 users - I've added support for that
>>>> device into upeksonly driver - so it worth testing. It also may work
>>>> for 147e:1002 device - just try to add its USB IDs into upeksonly.c
>>>> and use UPEKSONLY_1001 variant for it.
>>>> Also I've improved image assembling utilities for all AuthenTec
>>>> scanners, so now match rate is a bit better for AES1660 scanner - so
>>>> all AES1660 are encouraged to test my changes as well.
>>>> All changes are pushed into master branch of
>>>> git://github.com/anarsoul/libfprint.git repo.
>>>> To obtain the code do:
>>>> git clone git://github.com/anarsoul/libfprint.git
>>>> Use instructions from [1] to compile and test it. Thanks!
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Vasily
>>>> [1] http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/fprint/2012-November/000330.html
>>> Hello,
>>> 147e:1001 does not seem to be working here. When I open fprint_demo and
>>> pick a finger to enroll, the child window shows nothing for a while.
>>> When I scan my finger regardless, a scan will appear at some point, but
>>> with a message "enrollment failed due to bad scan data, press cancel to
>>> continue". Logs attached.
>>> Best regards,
>>> Julian

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