It seems like that the CY7C68013A is not programmed properly. Because the device enumerated with default VID/PID 04B4/8613. Have you programmed the RAM or EEPROM?
Does mean, that I need to change VID/PID? I programmed RAM.
But is possible, that I programmed EEPROM too.
When Cy7C68013A is not programmed, then it will enumerate with 04b$/8613. If you programe RAM, then it will be cleared once you disconnect the device(switch off the power fro self powered device) .
As you have programmed the EEPROM, make sure that you are not disconnecting the EEPROM (by means of any switch).If the EEPROM is properly programmed then you have press the RESET button to disconnect and connect the device. So that device will enumerate with the VID?PID used in the firmware. If you are using your own VID/PID then you have edit the inf file with your VID/PID and bind the device manually.
Please share the *.iic file.
Thank you, problem is solved!
Now when I download .iic original bulkloop file to eeprom, after reset is device enumerated with new VID and PID and bulkloop transfer run on linux platform.
But when I want to make own .iic file, I solved problem, that device is not enumerated.
Make .iic file:
Hex2bix.exe -i -f 0xc2 -r -m 0xe200 -v 0x04b4 -p 0x1004 -o bulkloop.iic bulkloop.hex
Then device is not enumerated, and when I connect it to linux and listusb, then show me:
>Bus 002 Device 046: ID b404:0410
That means, the bytes of VID and PID reversed.
The issue is not because of reversed bytes of VID/PID. in the firmware itslef, in dcsr.a51 file, you have to give the lower byte of VID/PID first and then upper byte in the descriptors.
While creating iic file, if we give the following command
"Hex2bix.exe -i -f 0xc2 -r -m 0xe200 -v 0x04b4 -p 0x1004 -o bulkloop.iic bulkloop.hex",
then it won't reverse the byte.
while creating the iic file, 2-5Bytes of iic file are VID/PID. the values are by default 0547 and 2131. If the EEPROM has valid first Byte 0xC2 and if the RENUM bit is zero, then it will enumerate with the VID/PID in the 2-5Bytes of iic file. if RENUM bit is 1 then it will enumerate with the VID/PID used in the firmware.