Announcement

LinkIt SDK v4.5.1 is now available

Monday 7th August 2017

LinkIt SDK v4.5.1 is now released.

This is a release with bug fixes.

Bug fixes

  • [MT2523x, MT2533D] Sometimes the HFP voice is not smooth when transmitting BLE data at the same time.
  • [cord_free_headset_ref_design] Fixed makefile setting of MTK_BT_AT_COMMAND_ENABLE.
  • [headset_ref_design] Fix inconsistent issue of FOTA_RESERVED_BASE address in memory map.
  • [headset_ref_design] Smartphone APK can’t indicate “Update success” sometimes after completing FOTA process.
  • [inear_noodles_headset_ref_design] A2DP music sometimes doesn't resume after ending a voice call.
  • [inear_noodles_headset_ref_design] Cannot play A2DP music after redialing a voice call several times.
  • [inear_noodles_headset_ref_design] DUT crash occurs after plugging in a USB cable to power on the device.
  • [inear_noodles_headset_ref_design] LED indication of Bluetooth connection and A2DP music playback didn't respond timely.
  • [inear_noodles_headset_ref_design] Local MP3 playback didn't resume after receiving a key tone from smartphone.
  • [inear_noodles_headset_ref_design] No "Connected" voice prompt sound while powering on the device by USB.
  • [MT25x3] Local MP3 playback sometimes doesn't resume after rejecting a voice call.
  • [MT25x3] Power consumption of A2DP playback and MP3 local playback is too high.
  • [MT25x3] System cannot reboot successfully when FOTA package size is over 650KB during FOTA process.
  • [MT7682, MT7686] System cannot reboot successfully by using CLI reboot command during FOTA process.
  • [MT7682, MT7686] Sometimes the system doesn't enter deep sleep mode when connecting to a Wi-Fi AP or enabling sleep manager debug log.

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Release notes

Downloads - Licensed Customers

For licensed customers with MediaTek Online (MOL) account, select "Tool & SDK" in MediaTek Online homepage, and set Product Line to IOT to download the SDK.
The SDK includes all source codes, binaries and tools in one package.

Note:
Be sure to select menu with ‘binaries’ instead of ‘sources’ because the SDKs are configured as binary type. For example, to download several SDK packages, select ‘Download all binaries’. To download a single SDK package, select ‘Download selected binaries’. If you see ‘No source file’ error message, it means you’ve selected a menu with ‘sources’.

Downloads - Public Users

For public users without an MOL account, go to MT2523 Downloads page or MT7687/MT7697 Downloads page to download the public version of SDK.

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