Re: [PATCH v2 0/3] KTD2026 indicator LED for X86 Xiaomi Pad2

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Hi llpo,

On Mon, Feb 19, 2024 at 9:57 PM Ilpo Järvinen
<ilpo.jarvinen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On Sat, 17 Feb 2024, Kate Hsuan wrote:
> > The v2 patch includes:
> > 1. Typo and style fixes.
> > 2. The patch 0003 skips all the regulator setup for Xiaomi pad2 since
> >    KTD2026 on Xiaomi pad2 is already powered by BP25890RTWR. So, the
> >    sleep can be removed when removing the module.
> >
> > Kate Hsuan (3):
> >   platform: x86-android-tablets: other: Add swnode for Xiaomi pad2
> >     indicator LED
> >   leds: rgb: leds-ktd202x: Get device properties through fwnode to
> >     support ACPI
> >   leds: rgb: leds-ktd202x: Skip requlator settings for Xiaomi pad2
> So what's the expectation here?
Thank you for reviewing it.

Sorry for the confusion.
This patch enabled the KTD2026 LED controller on a Xiaomi Pad2. The
controller controls an indicator LED which indicates the status of the
charging or other events.
Since it is an x86-based Android tablet, we need to set the device
information through swnode and revise the driver to use fwnode APIs.

> I take the first patch and the two other
> go through the LED subsys?

Yes. the first patch is for platform-driver-x86 and the second is for
the LED subsystem. If someone would like to test it, they could easily
get the necessary part of this work.

> --
>  i.


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