Announcement

LinkIt SDK v4.3 is now available with MT7682S and LinkIt 7697 support

Monday 15th May 2017

LinkIt SDK v4.3.0 is now released.

This is a release with new chipset support and bug fixes.

New Features

  • (Licensed Customers) [MT7682S] Added support for MT7682S chipset.
  • (Public SDK) [MT7697] Added support for MT7697 and LinkIt 7697 HDK.

Major Changes

  • The SDK is packed in .7z format starting from this version. Install the 7zip tool to unpack it.
  • The name of MT2523 Flash Tool is changed to IoT flash tool. It now supporting MT2523x and MT7682 chipsets.
  • The deprecated Bluetooth middleware under <sdk_root>/middleware/MTK/bluetooth_BA will be removed from this version.
  • Some module paths have breaking changes. Read the release note to know how to migrate SDK v4.2.x projects to SDK v4.3.0.

Bug Fix Release

  • [MT7697x, MT25x3] After disconnecting and re-connecting Bluetooth LE connection, the connection may not be established, if master and slave modes are switched.
  • [MT7697x, MT25x3] When a device is connected with Bluetooth LE data connection with another device and triggers a page scan at the same time, the connection might be lost.
  • [MT7697x] Bluetooth HFP has noise sound in the very beginning 400ms to 500ms right after connection is established.
  • [MT7697x] In the Bluetooth EDR low power mode, the time of voice connection establishment might be up to 2 seconds.
  • [MT7697x] In the state of low power mode without CPU clock tick (tickless mode), Bluetooth EDR link might be lost.

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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