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Posted at 8/30/2022 14:12:32     
Hi,

I am using AIO-3399J EVK and connected some sensors to I2C4.
I am trying to use i2cdetect command it gives an error saying -
i2c detect not found.

I also tried to use sudo also but sudo also not working.
I tried to use su but su also not working.

EVK - AIO-3399J
BSP - Andriod 7.1 from firefly
Command - rk3399_firefly_aio_lvds_box_userdebug

Any suggestion on how I can enable i2c detect in BSP.
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Posted at 9/5/2022 11:25:10     
You can download the attachment file i2cdetect and push it to the /data i2cdetect.zip (247.35 KB, Down times: 0)
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Posted at 9/5/2022 22:29:41     
jpchen Posted at 9/5/2022 11:25
You can download the attachment file i2cdetect and push it to the /data

Hi, jpchen,

Thanks for your reply.

I am able to build and use i2c detect using the below links -

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https://cdmana.com/2021/12/202112270710526342.html

https://mirrors.edge.kernel.org/pub/software/utils/i2c-tools/

https://blog.csdn.net/m0_38022615/article/details/110229742
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Posted at 9/5/2022 22:32:23     
jpchen Posted at 9/5/2022 11:25
You can download the attachment file i2cdetect and push it to the /data

Hi jpchen,

can you suggest how I can use evtest command?

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Posted at 9/6/2022 10:01:27     
maneesh.singh Posted at 9/5/2022 22:32
Hi jpchen,

can you suggest how I can use evtest command?

i2cdetect -r -y 0    //The number represents the I2C channel
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Posted at 9/12/2022 16:27:11     
jpchen Posted at 9/6/2022 10:01
i2cdetect -r -y 0    //The number represents the I2C channel

Hi @jpchchen,

Thanks for your reply.

I2C detect I am able to do.

can you suggest how I can use the evtest tool to test input events?

Thanks
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