I am trying to upgrade FW on my RC7611, that is embedded into my device. I got the latest tool from
My device information is as follows:
$ uname -r
$ uname -m
Without including any MBPL drivers, I am able to communicate with the modem smoothly without any issues. I am able to upgrade FW also with qmi-firmware-update tool without any problem.
But I have not been successful with ‘fwdwl-litearm64linaro’. I need to get this to work, as qmi-firmware-update doesn’t support downloading .nvu and .cwe files seperately. It accepts only .spk files.
I have 5.4 kernel. Do I still need to override these with MBPL drivers?
Also, I use only QMI mode. I don’t use PCIe mode or MBIM modes.
Here is what I did:
- Put the modem to boot&hold mode with AT!BOOTHOLD
- Issue the command:
./fwdwl-litearm64linaro -f “./” -m 4 -d /dev/ttyUSB0 -p /dev/cdc-wdm0
But nothing much happens… it just freezes here…
$ ./fwdwl-litearm64linaro -f “./” -m 4 -d /dev/ttyUS
B0 -p /dev/cdc-wdm0
Application version: 1.0.2207.1
ps: invalid option – ‘e’
BusyBox v1.35.0 () multi-call binary.
Show list of processes
w Wide output l Long output T Show threads
Please advise way forward.