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Anonymous
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As a continuation to this thread: Re: bleprofile_notifyAdvPacketTransmissions doesn't work.

I'm using SDK 2.2.1 and "advertisement_packet_transmission" is not called in some of my programs.


Seems like some bugs are still inside "bleprofile_notifyAdvPacketTransmissions"

After this line of code is executed, the behavior of my WICED Sense will become weird for the next few downloads and become so difficult to get paired.

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Anonymous
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I have tried it out only on WICED Sense.

Now, I have decided not to use that library anymore because I got a workaround for my application.

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BoonT_56
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Can you test out your code following the procedures given by mwf_mmfae on a tag3 and see how far you go?

bleprofile_notifyAdvPacketTransmissions doesn't work.

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Anonymous
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This is Taka,

boont suggest to see the procedures and code from mwf_mmfae, that's my question, and there is no code from mwf_mmfae at all.

At the last of the procedures, arvinds said there is a bug at SDK2.1.1 and he suggest to update to SDK2.2.1. I havn't update my SDK yet.

prayook use SDK2.2.1 and it sounds still the bug is in the SDK.

I think we can not use "additional_advertisement_control.a" because of the bug and it's not fixed yet.

I already gave up to use the function...

I think Broadcom have to make software document.

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BoonT_56
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Have you got a chance to try out your code on the tag3?

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Anonymous
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I have tried it out only on WICED Sense.

Now, I have decided not to use that library anymore because I got a workaround for my application.

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Anonymous
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So is the "correct answer" that this API is still broken in SDK 2.2.1 and will not be fixed?

If that is the case, is there a sample application that describes how this is done with Wiced Sense?

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Anonymous
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Just to add FYI...

I also attempted to use this new SDK 2.2.1 feature some time ago and found it gave strange behavior and not the result I expected.  Similar to what you described.  I was interersted to try it for some reason, but it was not a must-have, so when it didn't seem to work I moved on to other things.

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