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hello,

 

i have a problem on my G300 Huawei on Android OS, i can no longer turn wifi on. When i hit the Wi-Fi button (who is disabled), it turn grey (printing "Activating...") then print "Error".

I hope the wifi is not broken.

 

I looked into the dmesg, and caught that :

<4>[214, WifiService] [  150.977548] [DHD] dhd_module_init: Enter
<4>[214, WifiService] [  150.977738] [DHD] ## wifi_probe
<4>[214, WifiService] [  150.977749] [DHD] wifi_set_power = 1
<4>[428, huawei.mmitest2] [  150.999398] do_exit: exit code=9
<4>[433, Binder Thread #] [  150.999466] do_exit: exit code=9
<4>[429, HeapWorker] [  150.999533] do_exit: exit code=9
<4>[430, GC] [  151.001418] do_exit: exit code=9
<4>[431, Signal Catcher] [  151.001483] do_exit: exit code=9
<4>[432, Compiler] [  151.001523] do_exit: exit code=9
<4>[434, Binder Thread #] [  151.002468] do_exit: exit code=9
<3>[214, WifiService] [  151.172956] bcm_wifi_set_power: wifi power successed to pull up
<4>[214, WifiService] [  151.172981] dhd_enable_mmchost_polling: /sys/devices/platform/msm_sdcc.2/polling
<4>[214, WifiService] [  151.173113] set_polling : no need to enable polling for slot 2 (as host->pdev_id) 
<4>[214, WifiService] [  151.176276] [DHD] 
<4>[214, WifiService] [  151.176284] Dongle Host Driver, version 5.90.125.95
<6>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.262221] mmc2: new high speed SDIO card at address 0001
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.271654] [DHD] alloc static buf at dcd40000!
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.272179] [DHD] dhd_common_init:fw_path = /data/misc/wifi/load/firmware.bin 
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.272727] [DHD] sih->chiprev = 4
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.277659] [DHD] DHD: dongle ram size is set to 294912(orig 294912)
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.278724] [DHD] load firmware from /data/misc/wifi/load/firmware.bin
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.330431] [DHD] dhdsdio_download_nvram: nvram_path=/data/misc/wifi/load/nvram.txt
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.332631] [DHD] GOT STA FIRMWARE
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.493873] [DHD] dhd_preinit_ioctls: use MAC address in ram 24:db:ac:91:5b:12
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  151.493891] [DHD] Firmware up: op_mode=1, Broadcom Dongle Host Driver mac=24:db:ac:91:5b:12
<4>[214, WifiService] [  163.173770] [DHD] dhd_module_init: sdio_register_driver timeout
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  171.633679] [DHD] dhd_bus_rxctl: resumed on timeout
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  171.633739] [DHD] dhd_bus_rxctl: rxcnt_timeout=1
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  171.633779] [DHD] dhd_preinit_ioctls Setting WL UP failed -5
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  171.633815] [DHD] dhdsdio_probe: dhd_bus_start failed
<4>[21, kworker/u:2] [  171.646265] [DHD] Broadcom Dongle Host Driver: register interface [eth0] MAC: 00:90:4c:11:22:33
<4>[690, dhd_dpc] [  172.484467] [DHD] dhd_rx_frame: module not insert, skip
<4>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.485185] mmc_card_sleepawake:hynix samsug EMMC enter sleep,manfid:144 oemid:330 
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.553875] gpio_tlmm_config(0x0009c6c3, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_dat_4> failed: 0
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.553933] pin 108 func 3 dir 1 pull 3 drvstr 4
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554035] gpio_tlmm_config(0x0009c153, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_dat_5> failed: -5
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554077] pin 21 func 3 dir 1 pull 3 drvstr 4
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554172] gpio_tlmm_config(0x0009c143, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_dat_6> failed: -5
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554215] pin 20 func 3 dir 1 pull 3 drvstr 4
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554308] gpio_tlmm_config(0x0009c133, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_dat_7> failed: -5
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554350] pin 19 func 3 dir 1 pull 3 drvstr 4
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554443] gpio_tlmm_config(0x0009c5d1, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_dat_0> failed: -5
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554487] pin 93 func 1 dir 1 pull 3 drvstr 4
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554580] gpio_tlmm_config(0x0009c5c1, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_dat_1> failed: -5
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554623] pin 92 func 1 dir 1 pull 3 drvstr 4
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554717] gpio_tlmm_config(0x0009c5b1, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_dat_2> failed: -5
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554758] pin 91 func 1 dir 1 pull 3 drvstr 4
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554853] gpio_tlmm_config(0x0009c5a1, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_dat_3> failed: -5
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554895] pin 90 func 1 dir 1 pull 3 drvstr 4
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.554988] gpio_tlmm_config(0x0009c591, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_cmd> failed: -5
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.555030] pin 89 func 1 dir 1 pull 3 drvstr 4
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.555125] gpio_tlmm_config(0x00064581, GPIO_CFG_DISABLE) <sdc3_clk> failed: -5
<3>[16, kworker/0:1] [  172.555167] pin 88 func 1 dir 1 pull 0 drvstr 3
<4>[214, WifiService] [  172.577745] [DHD] ## wifi_remove
<4>[214, WifiService] [  172.577788] [DHD] wifi_set_power = 0

Also i dont find any wpa_supplicant process, but i'm not sure it is immediatly related (wpa needs the wifi already turned on to have any use, right ?)

 

I tought about reinstalling the whole wifi driver set, but i did not found the way to do it (i dont even find the rc or binaries to start it via the console)

 

Can you help me ?

 

Thanks

 


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This topic doesnt belong here in development and android os is not specific enough


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This topic doesnt belong here in development and android os is not specific enough

Not a nice way to welcome a newbie. Maybe he's using Kitkat :huh:


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Sorry for the development section, can somebody move the topic to the support section ?

I tried many OS (logs are from GB 2.6, it does not work better on ICS 4.0)

The main question i'm asking is about the error log : i want to know if this is a hardware problem of an applicative problem (i guess it is an hardware one).

Please note that i'm not used to android system, so i dont know it there are way to check the hardware using a console (like by running a binary via Android Terminal Emulator as SU, or a remaining .pid file, like tomcat used to fail on...)

I also dont know a lot about the different Android versions...


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Nobody have an idea? ...


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