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    Asus T100HA (No wireless connection)

    I have an ASUS T100HAN. This product:-



    I need help setting up the network card for this device, step by step. I am new to using Linux.
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    Re: Asus T100HA (No wireless connection)

    Please open a terminal Ctrl+Alt+t and run and post:
    Code:
    lspci -nnk | grep 0280
    dmesg | grep -i sdio
    We suspect the Broadcom needs some firmware.
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    Re: Asus T100HA (No wireless connection)

    I posted the screenshot after inputting the commands.
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    Re: Asus T100HA (No wireless connection)

    On another computer, go here: https://github.com/Asus-T100/firmwar...43340-sdio.txt

    Copy and paste the entire file from here:
    Code:
    #T100TAF_AP6234ANS_NVRAM_V1.4.6_20140819_WIN8.1_WW.txt
    # 20140819 V1.4.6_WW
    # Update ccode to WW
    #
    # 20140815 V1.4.6_US
    # Update ccode to US
    #
    # 20140730 V1.4.6
    # Power offset adjustment
    #
    # 20140615 V1.4.4
    # Add interference and btc params and sd_gpdc=0 to fix CS issue
    #
    # 20140504 V1.4
    # Initial version
    manfid=0x2d0
    prodid=0x0653
    All the way down to here:
    Code:
    sd_gpout=4
    sd_gpval=1
    sd_gpdc=0
    aci_detect_en_2g=1
    interference=3
    #BTC params
    btc_flags=71
    btc_params8=15000
    btc_params22=8000
    btc_params83=20000
    btc_params84=10000
    After you have all 145 lines copied, save it and name it brcmfmac43340-sdio.txt.

    Note: there appears to be a little box or some other symbol at the very beginning, like this: #T100TAF_AP6234ANS_NVRAM_V1.4.6_20140819_WIN8.1_W W.txt

    Please omit it so that the first line reads as above.

    Transfer the file on a USB key or similar to the desktop of the Asus. Now, back to the terminal:
    Code:
    cd ~/Desktop
    sudo mv brcm*.txt  /lib/firmware/brcm
    Reboot.
    "Oh, Ubuntu, you are my favorite Linux-based operating system" --Dr. Sheldon Cooper, Ph.D., Sc.D.

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    Re: Asus T100HA (No wireless connection)

    Thank You

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