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Maybe Tinkerboard gets a mainlined kernel
I have WiFi working, but no Bluetooth. The dtb is not mainlined and it may take a bit longer or even loss of interest.
The attached dtb, should replace the current one and it will be able to boot with ArchlinuxArm or Armbian as well.

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Light blue words might be a link. Have you try to click on them? Big Grin
There are activities toward the bluetooth, but is strongly necessary that the Asus staffs give a help to clarify how the hardware is working, because there are lacks of details. Completely true man !!
It's my feeling that Asus stated their project as open source and therefore is not their business for a wide extent.

Clearly it's necessary how the bluetooth is managed on the hardware, which should be defined on the dts how the bluetooth is drawn serially by which pin. Just imaging that the S version was not listed until I pushed the matter to the ALarm forum.

Such behavior just leads a negative advertisement. At this point RPi 4 has a closer condition to beat TB and less troubles (i guess).

But that is an old story for the doing reverse engineering to give a working driver, mostly from eastern products.
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