Fukuda FCT94AW8

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Fukuda FCT94AW8
Device front.jpg
Manufacturer Manufacturer
Dimensions widthmm x breadthmm x heightmm
Release Date Month year
Website Device Product Page
Specifications
SoC A33 @ XGhz
DRAM 1GiB DDR3 @ xxxMHz
NAND 8GB
Power DC 5V @ 3A, 4000mAh 3.7V Li-Ion battery
Features
LCD WidthxHeight (X" X:Y)
Touchscreen Silead GSL3676
Video -
Audio 3.5mm headphone plug, 3.5mm microphone plug, internal speaker, internal microphone
Network WiFi 802.11 b/g/n (RTL8189es)
Storage µSD
USB X USB2.0 Host, X USB2.0 OTG
Camera front, rear

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Contents

Identification

This section explains how to most easily identify your device. For a development board, explain the name(s) printed on the board. For an android device, find out the strings as reported under settings.

On the back of the device, the following is printed:

FUKUDA
FCT94AW8

The PCB has the following silkscreened on it:

INET-D98C-REV01

In android, under Settings->About Tablet, you will find:

  • Model Number: FCT94AW8
  • Build Number: A33_U98C_U902HC.20150209

Sunxi support

Current status

  • Can boot Olinuxino A33 but unable to make the touchscreen to work.
  • Kernel log:
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.390498] =====ctp_fetch_sysconfig_para=====.
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.395628] ctp_fetch_sysconfig_para: ctp_power_io script_get_item err.
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.403079] ctp_wakeup gpio number is 225
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.403093] ctp_irq gpio number is 37
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.403313] gslx680new: Matched TP firmware(FW_D90_GSL3675B_PG_1024600_DPT)!
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.420077] i2c-core: driver [gslX680] using legacy suspend method
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.426936] i2c-core: driver [gslX680] using legacy resume method
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.433711] i2c-core: driver [gslX680] registered
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.433729] i2c i2c-0: found normal entry for adapter 0, addr 0x40
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.433744] ctp_detect: addr= 40
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 1.437328] i2c i2c-0: master_xfer[0] W, addr=0x40, len=1
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.430154] sunxi_i2c_do_xfer()956 - [i2c0] xfer timeout (dev addr:0x40)
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.490039] i2c i2c-0: master_xfer[0] W, addr=0x40, len=1
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.490200] twi_start()403 - [i2c0] START can't sendout!
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.490212] sunxi_i2c_xfer()885 - [i2c0] Retrying transmission 1
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.490474] twi_start()403 - [i2c0] START can't sendout!
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.490485] sunxi_i2c_xfer()885 - [i2c0] Retrying transmission 2
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.490746] twi_start()403 - [i2c0] START can't sendout!
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.490758] sunxi_i2c_xfer()885 - [i2c0] Retrying transmission 3
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.550031] ctp_detect:I2C connection might be something wrong
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.556607] i2c i2c-1: found normal entry for adapter 1, addr 0x40
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.556623] i2c i2c-2: found normal entry for adapter 2, addr 0x40
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.556635] ****************************************************************
  • However sw-device shows "I2C connection sucess!", but touchscreen won't respond still.
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760052] ========sw_sysconfig_get_para===================
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760067] sw_sysconfig_get_para: device_twi_id is 0.
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760110] sw_get_write_info:open error ....IS(filp):1
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760124] sw_set_write_info:open error ....IS(filp):1
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760129] get write info erro!
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760136] config_info[5].str_info:gyr sensor_module_name=""
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760141]
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760146] config_info[4].str_info:light sensor_module_name=""
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760151]
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760155] config_info[3].str_info:ctp_module_name=""
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760160]
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760165] info:ctp_module_name=""
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760168] , key_name:ctp_module_name
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760175] ----ret : 17,s1 : 17---
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760179]
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760182] name:
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760187] device_name:,write_id:3
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760192] -----the name is null !-----
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760198] number:11 now_number:0,scan_number:0
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760204] scan_number:0, now_number:0
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760213] scan_number:1, now_number:1
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760219] scan_number:2, now_number:2
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760225] scan_number:3, now_number:3
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760231] sw_device_response_test: name = gslX680new, addr = 0x40
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760243] i2c i2c-0: master_xfer[0] W, addr=0x40, len=1
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760431] I2C connection sucess!
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760439] addr:0x40, response_addr:0x40
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760444] return number: 3
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760449] -----sw_chip_id_detect:chip_id_reg value:0x0
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760456] from copy name:gslX680new, strlen(name):0
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760464] sw_i2c_test: write_key_name:ctp_module_name
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760470] write_flag:1
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760490] sw_set_write_info:open error ....IS(filp):1
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760498] [sw_device]:sw_register_device_detect end!
  • Feb 1 12:12:07 A33-OLinuXino kernel: [ 6.760611] [sw_device]:sw_devices_events end!
  • ...

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Manual build

You can build things for yourself by following our Manual build howto and by choosing from the configurations available below.

U-Boot

Sunxi/Legacy U-Boot

Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE build target.

Mainline U-Boot

Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE build target.

Linux Kernel

Sunxi/Legacy Kernel

Use the MANUFACTURER_DEVICE.fex file.

Mainline kernel

Use the FAMILY-CHIP-DEVICE.dtb device-tree binary.

Tips, Tricks, Caveats

At the moment, already tried this instruction on building the 3.4 kernel at this link.

Adding a serial port (voids warranty)

DEVICE UART pads

The serial port pads can be found near the touchscreen flex cable header and the uSD card slot. Make sure to refer to our UART howto.

Device disassembly

The back cover can be easily popped off. Start prying from top to bottom side(side with power button) Plastic tool howto.

Locating the UART

The serial port pads can be found near the touchscreen flex cable header and the uSD card slot. Make sure to refer to our UART howto.

Pictures

Some pictures of the device were uploaded here, upload more, and add them here. DO NOT UPLOAD PICTURES WHICH YOU PLUCKED OFF THE INTERNET.

Also known as

Sunstech TAB917qc ???

See also

sample dmesg log

Manufacturer images

A33-1024X600-os5.1-Sunstech_TAB917QC-8GB_20151029-TEST-OK.rar or TAB92QC.zip (adjust resolution to 1026x600)

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