OK, so the USB OTG works just fine, i’ve added the driver for my ‘easycap’ for rearview-camera, and enabled module loading.

Now to dig into how to enable the use of charging while using USB OTG.

In the msm kernel directory, there is a file ./Documentation/usb/msm_otg.txt.

We want ID_A: Configure device to act as host and don’t supply VBUS. The corresponding code is in ./drivers/usb/otg/msm_otg.c

So I plug in a ‘Y’ cable. I plug in a USB device on the ‘OTG’ segment and its detected properly (so far so good).

I plug in power to the other side of the Y, and I get:

msm_otg msm_otg: Failed notifying 1 charger type to PMIC
msm_otg msm_otg: Avail curr from USB = 2
msm_otg msm_otg: current: 500 -> 2 (mA)
msm_hsusb msm_hsusb: CI13XXX_CONTROLLER_SUSPEND_EVENT received
VBUS_DET = H
notifying plugin
msm_otg msm_otg: Failed notifying 0 charger type to PMIC
msm_otg msm_otg: Avail curr from USB = 0
msm_hsusb msm_hsusb: CI13XXX_CONTROLLER_DISCONNECT_EVENT received
android_work: android_work: sent uevent USB_STATE=DISCONNECTED
mtp_release
INOK=H
========================================================
bq27541_battery_callback usb_cable_state = 0
========================================================
battery_callback cable_wake_lock 5 sec...
elan-ktf3k 3-0010: Update power source to 0
The USB cable status = CHARGER_NONE
msm_otg msm_otg: Failed notifying 0 charger type to PMIC
msm_otg msm_otg: phy_reset: success
bq27541_get_capacity = 67% ret= 69
bq27541_get_psp voltage_now= 3997000 uV
bq27541_get_psp temperature= 260 (0.1¢XC)
bq27541_get_psp status: Not charging ret= 0x0100
msm_otg msm_otg: USB in low power mode
request_suspend_state: wakeup (3->0) at 11409619596093 (2013-08-03 19:32:30.799981455 UTC)
late_resume: call handlers

Hmm. No charge indication, but action occurred.

This comes from msm_otg_notify_charger() which calls msm_otg_notify_chg_type() and gets an error. There’s a big TODO in that latter function 🙂

OK, the chg_type it used was CHARGER_CDP, and the work was done in pm8921_set_usb_power_supply_type(), being passed POWER_SUPPLY_TYPE_USB_CDP as the mode.

Looking in pm8921_set_usb_power_supply_type(), we see:

int pm8921_set_usb_power_supply_type(enum power_supply_type type)
{
 if (!the_chip) {
 pr_err("called before init\n");
 return -EINVAL;
 }
if (type < POWER_SUPPLY_TYPE_USB)
 return -EINVAL;
power_supply_changed(&the_chip->usb_psy);
 power_supply_changed(&the_chip->dc_psy);
 return 0;
}

Now, ignoring the use of a < in an enum (tsk tsk), that part is not failing (see include/linux/power_supply.h), and presumably the called before init is not the issue, so how could this be an error?

However, its actually using the inline code from include/linux/mfd/pm8xxx/pm8921-charger.h:

static inline int pm8921_set_usb_power_supply_type(enum power_supply_type type)
{
 return -ENXIO;
}

Hmm…  CONFIG_PM8921_CHARGER is not set in the config. (see https://android.googlesource.com/kernel/msm.git/+/android-msm-flo-3.4-jb-mr2/arch/arm/configs/flo_defconfig)

And there’s probably a reason. the board-flo.c references it, and SMB345. CONFIG_CHARGER_SMB345 is set. The SMB345 is presumably from Summit Microelectronics (http://www.summitmicro.com/prod_select/products.htm), and presumably very similar to the 346 & 347.

the driver doesn’t get initialised (even w/ CONFIG_PM8921_CHARGER set), so i’m a bit puzzled.

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So the combination of limitations on the other device were bugging me. The resistive screen, the slow processor, the low memory, the gingerbread. But the final straw was the bluetooth hooked to the ‘CE’ device.

So i have moved ahead with a Nexus 7 (2013) project. I have acquired single-wire-canbus (for steering wheel controls), USB compositve video input (for the backup camera), USB GPS (for better gain and lock), 4x50W Amplifier, USB DAC audio output, USB HUB, 12V to 5V 50W buck boost converter, cabling harness for GM/Chevrolet (silverado), USB Software-Define-Radio (SDR) for the FM.

The Nexus 7 is more or less identical in size to the faceplate of the factory. So i will shortly start w/ the dremel and soldering to get it all in there. I’m finding it hard to get the time for the project, so it might take most of august. I must say the new nexus 7 is a lot of tablet for the money!

As a side note… the older android unit is available on a first-come-first-served basis for the price of shipping from Canada. I did not install it, it still functions just fine. If someone responds that they will come to my house to pick it up, even better 🙂 Just post a comment if you are interested.

2013-07-31 22.07.58

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