[PATCH 3/3] ARM: dts: exynos5422-odroidxu3: Added UHS-I bus speed support
k.kozlowski at samsung.com
Tue Oct 13 18:52:55 PDT 2015
On 14.10.2015 10:40, Jaehoon Chung wrote:
> On 10/14/2015 10:15 AM, Krzysztof Kozlowski wrote:
>> On 14.10.2015 10:06, Alim Akhtar wrote:
>>> AFAIR, dw_mmc host controller does support UHS-I , specially SDR50
>>> and SDR104 modes.
>>> : http://www.spinics.net/lists/linux-mmc/msg28186.html
>>> What I remember is, one need to set "broken-cd" property also in order
>>> to make it work because of the vqmmc and vmmc connection on board. I
>>> didn't find the link right now, but you can search on the web, there
>>> was a long discussion about handling this.
>>> Have not checked it recently, so not sure if this got broken somehow.
>> Please, don't top post.
>> I am not a SD/MMC specialist (I do not feel enough confident in its
>> internals) but the datasheet for 5422 does not mention UHS. However it
>> mentions "High Speed DDR Mode with 200 MHz clock rate (HS400)". This
>> does not look like UHS...
> You're right. It's not UHS mode. it mentions eMMC's HS400 mode.
> UHS and HS400 are difference mode.
> eMMC mode are supported
>> This of course is not a definite proof that 5422 does not support UHS. I
>> am just saying that I couldn't find any information that *it does*.
> Well, I think you want to know whether it supported or not.
> Then you can find the information at User manual.
> In mobile storage part of User manual, it described the overview.
> Mobile storage host supports these specification:
> - Secure Digital memory (SD memory version 3.0)
> - Secure Digital I/O SDIO (SDIO version 3.0)
> - etc...
> SD3.0 is supported UHS-I mode.
> If user manual of exynos5422 is mentioned this specification, it should be supported UHS-I mode.
Thanks! Indeed datasheet mentions that supported SD and SDIO is version
3.0 (not 3.01... which seems irrelevant because 3.0 introduced UHS-I,
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