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SubjectRe: [PATCH 0/3] mfd: twl6040: Updates for i2s speed and fix for chip deadlock
Hi Peter,

On 02/27/2014 02:56 PM, Peter Ujfalusi wrote:
> Hi,
> While looking into a report by Florian Vaussard [1] I have noticed couple of most
> likely unrelated issues:
> - all boards using twl6040 configures the i2c bus to 400KHz while twl6040 is set
> to 100KHz as default.
> - if I set the audpwron GPIO high [2] in the bootloader the i2c communication towards
> twl6040 will be broken
> The solution or these are:
> set the twl6040 to i2c fast mode with regmap patch
> Clear the INTID register right after we request the audpwron GPIO and set it to
> low.
> Generated on top of:
> git:// for-mfd-next
> Tested on PandaBoard, PandaBoardES, OMAP4-blaze (SDP)
> [1]
> [2] Command in u-boot to enable the audpwron on PandaBoards: gpio set 127
> Regards,
> Peter
> ---
> Peter Ujfalusi (3):
> mfd: twl6040: Select i2c fast mode as default with regmap patch
> mfd: twl6040: Move register patching earlier in probe
> mfd: twl6040: Clear the interrupt ID register before requesting IRQ

Patch 3 is making my system to boot normally.

Now, it is hard to devise if this is the root cause of the problem that
I was experiencing, since adding a sleep at the exact same place was
fixing my issue. Your twl6040_reg_read() could have the same effect,
without solving directly the issue.

Anyway, I tested your series on DuoVero.

Tested-by: Florian Vaussard <>


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