LinkIt SDK v4.6.0 is now available
LinkIt SDK v4.6.0 is now released.
This is a release with bug fixes.
Software features and optimization
- [MT25x3] Added support for A2DP source of Bluetooth EDR.
- [MT25x3] Added support for Bluetooth LE multi-link concurrent operation (1 slave and 4 master Bluetooth LE links).
- [MT7682, MT7686] Added support for Wi-Fi WPS.
- [inear_noodles_headset_ref_design] Cannot power on the device after it’s powered off by unplugging the USB charger.
- [inear_noodles_headset_ref_design] Local music sometimes stops playing after switching to the next song.
- [inear_noodles_headset_ref_design] Local music volume is too high.
- [cord_free_headset_ref_design] Local music stops playing on a slave headset after disconnecting from Bluetooth on a smartphone.
- [bioband_ref_design] HRV cannot function properly, after executing the blood pressure unit.
- [MT7682, MT7686] Wi-Fi throughput is less than expected in A-MPDU. There are two frame aggregation mechanisms for 802.11n (A-MSDU and A-MPDU) that are used to reduce the package header size and improve the overall throughput. The type of frame aggregation is determined between Wi-Fi AP and Wi-Fi station. A memory leak issue is fixed when in A-MPDU resulting low throughput.
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.
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’.