September 12, 2017, 3:49pm
I’d like to add VIM2 WiFi and BT support in my LibreELEC builds. Can someone who has the board tell me please:
What is the name of WiFi module used for VIM2? This should be visible in
What is the result of
What are WiFi chip vendor and ID of VIM2 WiFi chip?
Is BT firmware in Ubuntu loaded by
Thank you in advance for providing this information.
September 12, 2017, 4:06pm
VIM2 specs with 2 different Wi-Fi and BT modules for different models:
VIM2 Basic: AP6356S
VIM2 Pro & Max: AP6359SA
Both the two modules vendor are AMPAK and the chipset is Broadcom:
For further details, you can refer VIM2
Specs and Schematic on Khadas Docs.
PS: take a look at your PM.
September 12, 2017, 6:47pm
Thank you for the information but chip model is not enough for me to identify which driver I need to include. There are 5 of them in your GitHub repo and it’s a bit confusing therefore I asked for specific runtime information in OP.
September 13, 2017, 7:26am
VIM2 is same ways with VIM1, refer here:
It’s been awhile since the last Ubuntu release, we feel sorry for this!
And our team are working for a new Ubuntu release, and new ROM will be released after all below are solved:
More HDMI output resolutions (Still stuck on)
32bit OSD display(Better display, current release is 24bit)
Before new ROM coming in the next few days, we want to publish a step by step instruction to add bluetooth support on Khadas VIM, and the steps below will walk you through for it.
1) Firstly, you …
September 13, 2017, 7:39am
Chip ID is：
chip=0x4354, chiprev=2, name=nvram_ap6356.txt
chip=0x4359, chiprev=9, name=nvram_ap6359sa.txt