I followed “README-ATF-UEFI-build-from-source.md” and could built image and setup console at ttyUSB0. However, when I plugged-in USB in my Ubuntu. It could not install its driver correctly. I could not observe it via lsusb commands.
Have you change the Link3-4 / switch 2 on the back of board? http://www.96boards.org/documentation/ConsumerEdition/HiKey960/GettingStarted/
Therefore, I could not executed “sudo ./hikey_idt -c config -p /dev/ttyUSB1”
hikey_idt has to work when board is in recovery mode.
I could observe message “The connection for the USB device ‘Huawei USB SER’ was unsuccessful”
Bus 002 Device 067: ID 12d1:3609 Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.
Do I need to install specified driver from Huawei? If yes, could you share the link for my download?
Usually we don’t need any specific driver. But before we found on old Ubuntu release (8.x), ubuntu doesn’t automatically create USB device node. So need manually input below commands to create device node, but this doesn’t happen with latest Ubuntu version.
After enter the force download mode, if Ubuntu PC cannot recognize the
device ttyUSBx; this issue can be fixed by input below commands:
sudo echo 12D1 3609 > /sys/bus/usb-serial/drivers/option1/new_id
sudo makenod /dev/ttyUSB1 c 188 0