Markus Gothe nietzsche at lysator.liu.se
Wed Mar 2 18:36:05 UTC 2016

Cool… I’ll check this against the K5160 tomorrow.
I got it switching to HiLink-mode and was going to stick with that.

On 02 Mar 2016, at 19:31 , Bjørn Mork <bjorn at mork.no> wrote:

> Bjørn Mork <bjorn at mork.no> writes:
>> Bjørn Mork <bjorn at mork.no> writes:
>>> And wow, there it worked!
>> Cancel that.  Sorry.  I cannot repeat it.   It just worked once to annoy
>> me.  Yuck again.
> OK, I think I got it.  The device fails if you try to configure it while
> it is still booting, but the USB descriptors are visible before this is
> complete. So your normal Linux use case:
> plug modem => driver autoloading and probing
> consistently fails.  But if you unload and reload the driver, like you
> do when you test out driver modifications, then everything just works.
> Thanks a lot Huawei.  That's nice of you, creating a modem that works
> for me but not for the rest of the world ;)
> And FWIW, the NDP-to-end quirk is still required.  Looks like we will
> need another one as well, delaying setup somewhat for these modems.
> Don't know how else to support this.  There doesn't seem to be anything
> we can use to detect when it is ready and when it is not.  The USB
> control requests succeed either way, and it always reports 16-bit mode
> when you query it.
> Bjørn
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