I’m trying to figure out why a WiFi on Android 6 on Dragonboard 410c gets disabled after reboot. What I do:
- Go to seetings
- Enable Wifi
- Connect to an AP
- Connection is established, Internet is working
All is OK.
- Press the power button and Reboot the machine via menu option.
Now the issue happens after the restart: the Wifi is not enabled anymore, but it should be.
When I manually enter the Wifi setting, then the Wifi is disabled. At this point I can click to enable it and it is enabled and works. So, there is no problem with Wifi connection as such, but some sort of issue with starting the wifi driver. In dmesg I can see this:
[ 30.243669] wcnss_wlan_ctrl_probe: SMD ctrl channel up
[ 30.244004] wcnss: version 01050102
[ 30.244025] wcnss: schedule dnld work for pronto
[ 30.245116] wcnss: build version CNSS-PR-2-0-1-2-c1-00021
[ 30.244033] wcnss: NV download
[ 30.253864] wcnss: NV bin size: 31719, total_fragments: 11
[ 30.253918] wcnss: no space available for smd frame
[ 30.284339] wcnss: no space available for smd frame
[ 30.314457] wcnss: no space available for smd frame
[ 30.344526] wcnss: no space available for smd frame
[ 30.754341] wlan: [F :HDD] hdd_driver_init: WCNSS driver not ready
[ 32.707524] init: Starting service ‘keystore’…
[ 33.248270] wcnss: received WCNSS_CBC_COMPLETE_IND from FW
The line saying: “WCNSS driver not ready” seems a bit odd. And 3 seconds after that it prints: WCNSS_CBC_COMPLETE_IND. It looks to me the Wlan tries to initialise while the qcom’s firmware binary blob has not settled yet. I found a patch that resembles the situation in here:
The patch seemed to be written by Bjorn from Linaro. Could this be the same issue here? The patch modifies source code that is not in Android kernel 3.10, so there is no point of applying it.