[linux-dvb] [Bulk] Re: Help with DVBT USB Tuner
CityK at rogers.com
Tue Jan 22 19:48:14 CET 2008
Albert Comerma wrote:
> If I'm correct I think that this chip is not supported at all for any
> current driver development, so, unless you get information from the
> manufacturer and you try to build the driver, it will not be supported
> 2008/1/22, Anubis Ra <raanubis at gmail.com <mailto:raanubis at gmail.com>>:
> I opened it up and managed to removed the resin from the top of
> the IC. The IC is a WJCE6230.
> The link to the manufacturer website is
> On 21/01/2008, *Albert Comerma* <albert.comerma at gmail.com
> <mailto:albert.comerma at gmail.com>> wrote:
> The first you should do; break it, void your warranty and make
> a nice pic of what's inside. Only knowing the chips it uses
> it's possible to make a driver. If you are lucky perhaps it
> has some screws... and in the luckiest case, perhaps the chips
> are already supported, so the driver could be easy.
> 2008/1/21, Anubis Ra <raanubis at gmail.com
> <mailto:raanubis at gmail.com>>:
> Hi All,
> I just acquired a new DVBT USB tuner to which I can't find
> the correct firmware.
> Installing the Driver on a Windows Machine I could find
> the manufacturer WaterVision (http://www.waterv.com) and
> deduced that this device is a WV-TRF-B3.
> lsusb reports
> Bus 002 Device 010: ID 8086:9501 Intel Corp.
> but a an dmesg | tail returns
> [113263.765840] usb 2-2: new full speed USB device using
> uhci_hcd and address 10
> [113264.006780] usb 2-2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
> I tried searching about this device hours on end but could
> not find anything related to this USB DVBT Device.
> Could anyone help me to identify the firmware / modules
> required to install this device?
Ugh, top posting. Anyway, the manufacturer of the IC is:
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