Windows Embedded Compact 7.0

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Version Compact 7.0
Status development ongoing
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Release Notes (DIMM-MX6DevKitCE7) Release Notes of the second release of the DIMM-MX6 Developer Kit for Windows embedded Compact 7 (WEC7)
Change date10.09.2015
TypeApplication Note
LanguageEnglish


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Updating Developer Kit for Windows embedded compact
How can get the latest updates for Windows embedded compact?

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Troubleshooting USB Mobile Device Connection under Windows embedded Compact 7 on DIMM-MX6
The connection to the Mobile Device Center will not established when the USB cable is connected. What are possible reasons?

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Supported display resolution and connectivity on DIMM-MX6 under WEC7

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DirectDraw hardware acceleration support on DIMM-MX6 under WEC7

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Using Lothron with DIMM-MX6

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How to get an update of your Developer Kit

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Assignment of the debug serial console

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10.09.2015 - V0401

  • Important when you are upgrading from Developer Kit Revision 2.01 and earlier resp. Kernel V0201 and earlier or from another operating system:
    • You must reset the device to the delivery state. For details how to do this see chapter 5.6 in the Developer Kit manual which is also in the Documents folder of the DVD.
    • The U-Boot commands which have to use are changed if you update from Revision 1.00. Please use only the commands described in the manual for this release.
  • Changes:
    • Support for DIMM-MX6Solo and DIMM-MX6DualLite added
    • Improve USDHC driver performance
    • Fix external SD Card Card Detect and Write Protect problems
    • Fix problems with HDMI
    • Improve USBH driver performance
    • All Microsoft Updates till update 49, July 2015 are included

     

29.01.2015 - V0301

  • Important when you are upgrading from Developer Kit Revision 2.01 and earlier resp. Kernel V0201 and earlier or from another operating system:
    • You must reset the device to the delivery state. For details how to do this see chapter 5.6 in the Developer Kit manual which is also in the Documents folder of the DVD.
    • The U-Boot commands which have to use are changed if you update from Revision 1.00. Please use only the commands described in the manual for this release.
  • Changes:
    • Bugfixes in cache and multicore handling
    • Added support for HDMI monitors
    • Fixed stability issue when the system runs a long time with a heavy network load
    • Improvements in the drivers
    • All Microsoft Updates till update 41, November 2014 are included

 

15.07.2014 - V0201

  • BugFix: the handling of the static IP configuration provided by uboot is handled correctly now
  • Support for DIMM-MX6Q with 2GB RAM was added

 

11.12.2013 - V0200

  • This revision requires U-Boot release on October 30th, 2013 or later. If you have an older revision on your DIMM-MX6 you need to update this according the instructions in the U-Boot update guide which can found in the Documents folder on the DVD
  • Important when you are upgrading from Developer Kit Revision 1.00 resp. Kernel V0100 or from another operating system:
    • You must reset the device to the delivery state. For details how to do this see chapter 5.6 in the Developer Kit manual which is also in the Documents folder of the DVD.
    • The U-Boot commands which have to use are changed. Please use only the commands described in the manual for this release.
  • Changes:
    • Added: support for onboard NAND flash
    • Added: support for persistent (hive-based) registry
    • Added: support for capacitive touch controller
    • Added: using configuration through boot parameters configured in U-Boot
    • Added: support for RTC and HW watchdog
    • Added: monitoring of core temperature
    • Improvement of cache and multiprocessor support
    • BugFix: Network driver is using the Ethernet hardware (MAC) address which was assigned to the board in U-Boot
    • BugFix: KITL network driver is also using the Ethernet hardware (MAC) address which was assigned to the board in U-Boot if KITL is enabled
    • BugFix in serial driver
    • All Microsoft Updates till update 28, October 2013 are included.
  • Known issues:
    • There is a stability issue when the system runs a long time with a heavy network load.
       

29.05.2013 - V0100

  • First Release


The Freescale i.MX6 SoC can demand a lot of power from the power supply. Therefore emtrion designed a new base board Cadun which can handle the demands of our DIMM-MX6. If you already purchased a Verno with DIMM-MX6 and your application needs more power than Verno can deliver, you can contact us to exchange it with a Cadun. Because of mentioned power supply issues the Lothron base board should only be used, if you want to test a device, which can not be connected to Cadun. If you use Lothron please follow this guide.




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