I’m using VIM1_Ubuntu-xfce-bionic_Linux-4.9_arm64_SD-USB_V20191231 ROM. Is there is a way to change default i2c frequency? I’m running i2cdetect utility and as I can see it is around 400kHz (390) by default. How can I configure it to 100kHz ?
just change dtb file
cp dtb.img dtb.img.bak
dtc dtb.img > dtb.img.dts
find i2c node and change freq from
clock-frequency = <0x61a80>;
clock-frequency = <0x186a0>;
rebuid dtb file
dtc dtb.img.dts > dtb.img
PS: 0x61a80 == 400000 and 0x186a0 == 100000
Thanks a lot! Will it affect both I2CA (pins 22,23) and I2CB (pins 25,26) ?
In my case Nodes are:
i2c@8500 - /dev/i2c-0 - i2cA
i2c@87c0 - /dev/i2c-1 - i2cB
Just trying to get my i2c devices to show up, my logic analyser is showing the i2c clock to be 400khz on a vim1, i need to slow that down for a variety of reasons but mainly due to bus length.
read the posts above but my /boot does not have the same files mentioned,
I have decompiled kvim_linux.dtb with dtc, is this the correct file?
Can you show ls -l your /boot ?
It may be inside the /boot/dtb/kvim_linux.dtb for vim1 respectively.
It was, sorted it now
FENIX images with vendor kernel already use 100Khz by default
NOTE: mainline kernel always use 100Khz