Re: How to run up CSR chip without eeprom with BLUEZ ?

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Hi Henry

> Raymond,
> 1. Is your board designed by your company or purchased
> from a vendor?

Designed by ourself, And I have run csr's bchs stack up and can play music, 
So I think the bluetooth hardware is ok.

> 2. How do you know you use a correct psr file for
> initialization?

I write the psr file according to the pskey I set in the csr's bchs stack, 
They should work unless, I don't know : Bluez need more pskey setting to run 
up the chip ?
I prefer to believe that the might setting process might have some wrong in 

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