use usb wifi adapter on mk808

a.alekizoglou
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby a.alekizoglou » Mon Nov 19, 2012 6:27 am

ratri wrote:
ratri wrote:Hello all,

interesting thing. rainlake driver 8192.ko for 8188cus work in ICS ROM. Poorly, but works.



ratri


I refer to poor.Something was not right yesterday with google play.Today, more tested. 150Mbps all the time.About 3,5 MB/s copy to internal storage from NAS.
Stable. Not once did not break the connection.


Ratri,

I am running on Finless 1.5A (JB) and have a rtl8188cus. As you've found out the dongle does not work with rainlake's driver rtl8192.ko
I have compiled the driver myself, which does not work as well.

Since you say the dongle is working on ICS, can you please tell me from your installation if there is a file in /system/lib/modules for realtek's devices like:

/system/lib/modules/8192.ko
/system/lib/modules/8188.ko

can you send me those files from your installation to diff with the ones in JB and see if there is any difference? I might try those files in JB to see what happens.

Can you send a dmes and logcat after a fresh boot, so that we can see what the differences are and try to fix them in JB.

Thanks,

ratri
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby ratri » Mon Nov 19, 2012 1:45 pm

a.alekizoglou wrote:
ratri wrote:
ratri wrote:Hello all,

interesting thing. rainlake driver 8192.ko for 8188cus work in ICS ROM. Poorly, but works.



ratri


I refer to poor.Something was not right yesterday with google play.Today, more tested. 150Mbps all the time.About 3,5 MB/s copy to internal storage from NAS.
Stable. Not once did not break the connection.


Ratri,

I am running on Finless 1.5A (JB) and have a rtl8188cus. As you've found out the dongle does not work with rainlake's driver rtl8192.ko
I have compiled the driver myself, which does not work as well.

Since you say the dongle is working on ICS, can you please tell me from your installation if there is a file in /system/lib/modules for realtek's devices like:

/system/lib/modules/8192.ko
/system/lib/modules/8188.ko

can you send me those files from your installation to diff with the ones in JB and see if there is any difference? I might try those files in JB to see what happens.

Can you send a dmes and logcat after a fresh boot, so that we can see what the differences are and try to fix them in JB.

Thanks,


Yes, i can :)

sending the entire contents of the directory modules.
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yobikap
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby yobikap » Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:54 am

ebrainte wrote:Anyone compile RT5370 module?


Hi ebrainte,

see this thread

viewtopic.php?f=66&t=641&p=3608#p3608

yobikap
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby yobikap » Wed Nov 21, 2012 1:57 am

Rainlake,

is it possible for you to help me out to make the rt5370sta driver compatible with the android UI interface and autoload the driver?

I have already built the driver and it is working well when I use the terminal commands.

See this thread for more information: viewtopic.php?f=66&t=641&p=3608#p3608

This wifi USB-stick is 5,49 dollar on eBay, and if we can get this work, this would be a cheap alternative for people out there to get a stable wifi connection.

endera
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby endera » Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:16 pm

I have AirLive WT-2000 usb wifi adapter RT73 chipset . How its configure?

http://www.airlive.com/products/WT-2000 ... 0usb.shtml


linux driver

http://fs.airlive.com/airlive_fileserve ... boGUSB.zip

endera
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby endera » Wed Nov 21, 2012 12:20 pm

Hi,
do you have also some ko file for USB to Bluetooth adapter?


basem wrote:I like to share some wifi .ko files, I hope u can find what u r looking for :)

link
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/h2br1iqw5zkd ... _ko.tar.gz

Tabinhu
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby Tabinhu » Wed Nov 21, 2012 3:59 pm

Does anyone use the following adapters?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/150M-150Mpbs- ... 53ef30d974

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/150Mbps-Mini- ... 1e737182c9

If so, can you post the drivers? Im new to this MK808 thing

a.alekizoglou
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use usb wifi adapter on mk808 - Driver for TPLINK 723N

Postby a.alekizoglou » Thu Nov 22, 2012 7:08 pm

Thanks to rainlake and ratri, after a lot of digging into Realtek's RTL8192CU and RTL8188CUS driver (http://www.realtek.com.tw/DOWNLOADS/dow ... Down=false) I managed to build the driver that's working for RTL8188CUS based devices.

This is what I've bought http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/deta ... =TL-WN723N
The device's ID is 0BDA:8176 REV_0200

The problem with rtl8192cu.ko driver was that in autoconf.g the line for CONFIG_IOCTL_CFG80211 is remarked. Therefore ioctl is not build with the driver. So I removed the remark and rebuild the driver. It is now working for my device according to the instructions rainlake has provided. That is:

1) copy rtl8192cu.ko to /system/lib/modules after you have mounted with rw (I usually run ESexplorer with root options)
2) rename /system/lib/modules/rkwifi.ko -> /system/lib/modules/rkwifi.ko.old in case you need that later
3) rename /system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko -> /system/lib/modules/rkwifi.ko
4) fix permitions, I do that from terminal, but I think you can do that from ESExplorer as well
chmod go+r /system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko
chown root:root /system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko

So I include the driver in case someone else with RTL8188CUS chipset wants to check.
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T68
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby T68 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:27 am

Ok, thought I would keep it simple en go buy a usb wifi adapter for my mk808 that is confirmed to work with finless 1.5a and that has a workin .ko compiled by some of you heroic devs.

So what should I get?
I started to look for a dlink dwa-135 since it was posted in the OP, but I can not find it on sale in my country (Sweden). There are dwa 131 and dwa 140 available. Are these compatible with the dwa-135:s .ko?

Edit: I now see that the dwa-135 is listed as discontinued on dlink.com. So the question above is even more relevant now: is the dwa-135 .ko compatible with either the 131 or 140 models?

a.alekizoglou
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby a.alekizoglou » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:50 am

T68 wrote:Ok, thought I would keep it simple en go buy a usb wifi adapter for my mk808 that is confirmed to work with finless 1.5a and that has a workin .ko compiled by some of you heroic devs.

So what should I get?
I started to look for a dlink dwa-135 since it was posted in the OP, but I can not find it on sale in my country (Sweden). There are dwa 131 and dwa 140 available. Are these compatible with the dwa-135:s .ko?

Edit: I now see that the dwa-135 is listed as discontinued on dlink.com. So the question above is even more relevant now: is the dwa-135 .ko compatible with either the 131 or 140 models?



What I did in order to buy the dongle was

1) Search what's available in my coutnry in an affordable price. I found TP-LINK WN723N a retailer store
2) google "WN723N chipset" and get the response from wikidev http://wikidevi.com/wiki/TP-LINK_TL-WN723N_v1
3) There you can see the chipset. But first visit the forum, find the relevant .ko files and decide. From what I've seen in the forum there are .ko files for rtl8192cu, last night I build rtl8188cus which is the same as rtl8192cu and it works.

Beware a lot devices have V1, V2, V3 with different chipsets. I didn't know that before, so I bought WN723N_v2 and did not have a drive for more than 3 weeks. I suppose the best choice right now would be a rtl8192cu or rtl8188cus chipset. At least the TP-LINK WN723N I bought is working fine.

Regards,

T68
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Re: Sv: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby T68 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 12:48 pm

a.alekizoglou wrote:
T68 wrote:Ok, thought I would keep it simple en go buy a usb wifi adapter for my mk808 that is confirmed to work with finless 1.5a and that has a workin .ko compiled by some of you heroic devs.

So what should I get?
I started to look for a dlink dwa-135 since it was posted in the OP, but I can not find it on sale in my country (Sweden). There are dwa 131 and dwa 140 available. Are these compatible with the dwa-135:s .ko?

Edit: I now see that the dwa-135 is listed as discontinued on dlink.com. So the question above is even more relevant now: is the dwa-135 .ko compatible with either the 131 or 140 models?



What I did in order to buy the dongle was

1) Search what's available in my coutnry in an affordable price. I found TP-LINK WN723N a retailer store
2) google "WN723N chipset" and get the response from wikidev http://wikidevi.com/wiki/TP-LINK_TL-WN723N_v1
3) There you can see the chipset. But first visit the forum, find the relevant .ko files and decide. From what I've seen in the forum there are .ko files for rtl8192cu, last night I build rtl8188cus which is the same as rtl8192cu and it works.

Beware a lot devices have V1, V2, V3 with different chipsets. I didn't know that before, so I bought WN723N_v2 and did not have a drive for more than 3 weeks. I suppose the best choice right now would be a rtl8192cu or rtl8188cus chipset. At least the TP-LINK WN723N I bought is working fine.

Regards,

Thanks for the input! See that the TP-LINK you mention is on sale here in Sweden. Might go for that since there seems to be ko:s for it.

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T68
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Re: Sv: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby T68 » Fri Nov 23, 2012 12:49 pm

a.alekizoglou wrote:
T68 wrote:Ok, thought I would keep it simple en go buy a usb wifi adapter for my mk808 that is confirmed to work with finless 1.5a and that has a workin .ko compiled by some of you heroic devs.

So what should I get?
I started to look for a dlink dwa-135 since it was posted in the OP, but I can not find it on sale in my country (Sweden). There are dwa 131 and dwa 140 available. Are these compatible with the dwa-135:s .ko?

Edit: I now see that the dwa-135 is listed as discontinued on dlink.com. So the question above is even more relevant now: is the dwa-135 .ko compatible with either the 131 or 140 models?



What I did in order to buy the dongle was

1) Search what's available in my coutnry in an affordable price. I found TP-LINK WN723N a retailer store
2) google "WN723N chipset" and get the response from wikidev http://wikidevi.com/wiki/TP-LINK_TL-WN723N_v1
3) There you can see the chipset. But first visit the forum, find the relevant .ko files and decide. From what I've seen in the forum there are .ko files for rtl8192cu, last night I build rtl8188cus which is the same as rtl8192cu and it works.

Beware a lot devices have V1, V2, V3 with different chipsets. I didn't know that before, so I bought WN723N_v2 and did not have a drive for more than 3 weeks. I suppose the best choice right now would be a rtl8192cu or rtl8188cus chipset. At least the TP-LINK WN723N I bought is working fine.

Regards,

Thanks for the input! See that the TP-LINK you mention is on sale here in Sweden. Might go for that since there seems to be ko:s for it.

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chrisino
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby chrisino » Fri Nov 23, 2012 1:46 pm

Hi,

Would someone consider making me a driver for MK808 for a nominal fee.

I don't know the sligtest thing about compiling anything in Android.

I have an Edimax USB Dongle.

http://www.edimax.co.uk/en/produce_deta ... &pl2_id=44

Any help would be appreciated.

donman
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808 - Driver for TPLINK 723N

Postby donman » Fri Nov 23, 2012 3:05 pm

a.alekizoglou wrote:Thanks to rainlake and ratri, after a lot of digging into Realtek's RTL8192CU and RTL8188CUS driver (http://www.realtek.com.tw/DOWNLOADS/dow ... Down=false) I managed to build the driver that's working for RTL8188CUS based devices.

This is what I've bought http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/deta ... =TL-WN723N
The device's ID is 0BDA:8176 REV_0200

The problem with rtl8192cu.ko driver was that in autoconf.g the line for CONFIG_IOCTL_CFG80211 is remarked. Therefore ioctl is not build with the driver. So I removed the remark and rebuild the driver. It is now working for my device according to the instructions rainlake has provided. That is:

1) copy rtl8192cu.ko to /system/lib/modules after you have mounted with rw (I usually run ESexplorer with root options)
2) rename /system/lib/modules/rkwifi.ko -> /system/lib/modules/rkwifi.ko.old in case you need that later
3) rename /system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko -> /system/lib/modules/rkwifi.ko
4) fix permitions, I do that from terminal, but I think you can do that from ESExplorer as well
chmod go+r /system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko
chown root:root /system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko

So I include the driver in case someone else with RTL8188CUS chipset wants to check.


Thanks for the driver and all your work! I've been trying to get rainlake's 8192cu.ko driver to work with my ENCORE ENUWI-2XN42 Wireless N300 adapter :
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6833180075
ID: 0bda:8178
Windows: USB\VID_0BDA&PID_8178
FCC ID: YZ500000005
Chip 1: Realtek RTL8192CU

with no luck. But, yours, kind of works :) and when it does, I get 300 Mbps! Strange though, if I just install your driver, the usual way over the onboard rkwifi driver, I get all gray bars. I then have to uninstall it, go back to onboard wifi driver, install rainlake's driver (wifi doesn't turn on), reboot the device, install your driver over rainlakes, reboot, and then I get blue bars ...

If I reboot, I have to repeat process to get it to work again.

If you have any ideas on how to make it work more easily I'd greatly appreciate it.

**EDIT** It appears to power off and back on now without issues, driver sticks and everything works great!

Thanks,
Don

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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808 - Driver for TPLINK 723N

Postby chukiadwl » Sat Nov 24, 2012 4:10 am

a.alekizoglou wrote:Thanks to rainlake and ratri, after a lot of digging into Realtek's RTL8192CU and RTL8188CUS driver (http://www.realtek.com.tw/DOWNLOADS/dow ... Down=false) I managed to build the driver that's working for RTL8188CUS based devices.

This is what I've bought http://www.tp-link.com/en/products/deta ... =TL-WN723N
The device's ID is 0BDA:8176 REV_0200

The problem with rtl8192cu.ko driver was that in autoconf.g the line for CONFIG_IOCTL_CFG80211 is remarked. Therefore ioctl is not build with the driver. So I removed the remark and rebuild the driver. It is now working for my device according to the instructions rainlake has provided. That is:

1) copy rtl8192cu.ko to /system/lib/modules after you have mounted with rw (I usually run ESexplorer with root options)
2) rename /system/lib/modules/rkwifi.ko -> /system/lib/modules/rkwifi.ko.old in case you need that later
3) rename /system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko -> /system/lib/modules/rkwifi.ko
4) fix permitions, I do that from terminal, but I think you can do that from ESExplorer as well
chmod go+r /system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko
chown root:root /system/lib/modules/rtl8192cu.ko

So I include the driver in case someone else with RTL8188CUS chipset wants to check.



thank you very much for your rtl8192cu.ko
it work with zyxel NWD-2205.
thanks to all for your help

thamichie
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby thamichie » Sat Nov 24, 2012 6:44 am

Can someone help me out with the Ralink rt2870 driver ?
I keep running into errors that the subdirectory linux modules cant be created. Ive been on google for the past 2 days trying to fix the error but it just wont compile :(

Here is the source :

http://www.ralinktech.com/en/04_support ... php?sn=501
RT2870USB(RT2870/RT2770)

Thanks for any help

yobikap
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby yobikap » Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:40 pm

thamichie wrote:Can someone help me out with the Ralink rt2870 driver ?
I keep running into errors that the subdirectory linux modules cant be created. Ive been on google for the past 2 days trying to fix the error but it just wont compile :(

Here is the source :

http://www.ralinktech.com/en/04_support ... php?sn=501
RT2870USB(RT2870/RT2770)

Thanks for any help


Have you checked out the source from git concerning the rockchip kernel?
In Makefile, you have to define the kernel path and the path for wireless source in the rockchip kernel source.
You have to download the android-ndk and fill in the CROSS_COMPILER path where the android compiler can be found in

In os/linux/config.mk you have to set the flags and after that you would be able to compile it.

khonakr
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby khonakr » Sun Nov 25, 2012 3:37 am

can some1 please make .ko file and necessary file for netgear wg111 v3 with chip Realtek RTL8187B cant find linux drivers any where.. not even on Realtek site! (nor do i know any linux stuff)

thnx in advance! would appreciate some help ! ;)

chrisino
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808

Postby chrisino » Sun Nov 25, 2012 11:53 am

Oh no. I decided to solder my own wifi antena to the board as wifi was rubbish. Cocked it up so now have no wifi. My soldering skills are obviously pretty rubbish.

I asked earlier on in this thread if some one could make me a driver for my Edimax Wifi Adaptor. I could have up with it but now it's sort rendered a bit useless.

http://www.edimax.co.uk/en/produce_deta ... &pl2_id=44

Thanks In Advance

ratri
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Re: use usb wifi adapter on mk808 - Driver for TPLINK 723N

Postby ratri » Mon Nov 26, 2012 3:55 pm

a.alekizoglou wrote:Thanks to rainlake and ratri, after a lot of digging into Realtek's RTL8192CU and RTL8188CUS driver (http://www.realtek.com.tw/DOWNLOADS/dow ... Down=false) I managed to build the driver that's working for RTL8188CUS based devices.
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Thanks! It works! Verrry GOD JOB.


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