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k10d only gets 288 bytes status? #23

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msmeissn opened this Issue Mar 27, 2017 · 5 comments

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msmeissn commented Mar 27, 2017

I bought a K10D and it reports only 288 byte status, instead of 392 bytes.

I adjusted the table, but the ipslr_status_parse_k10d function seems to parse more than 288 bytes?

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./pktriggercord-cli --debug --status_hex > k10d.log

k10d.txt

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msmeissn commented Mar 27, 2017

./pktriggercord-cli --debug --status_hex > k10d.log

k10d.txt

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I'm quite sure that 392 is the correct number. Several users reported that pktriggercord handles K10D correctly and the parse function also requires more that 288 bytes.

The official Pentax Remote Assistant 3 requires firmware version 1.20 or later.

What is your firmware version? I've just commited a new feature pktriggercord-cli --read_firmware_version might work for K10D and print out the firmware version. Can you upgrade to 1.20 or later?

Someone already reported this error two years ago, I suggested firmware upgrade but got no response.

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asalamon74 commented Mar 28, 2017

I'm quite sure that 392 is the correct number. Several users reported that pktriggercord handles K10D correctly and the parse function also requires more that 288 bytes.

The official Pentax Remote Assistant 3 requires firmware version 1.20 or later.

What is your firmware version? I've just commited a new feature pktriggercord-cli --read_firmware_version might work for K10D and print out the firmware version. Can you upgrade to 1.20 or later?

Someone already reported this error two years ago, I suggested firmware upgrade but got no response.

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yeah, i just bought it used and did not update the firmware (yet).

Firmware version: 1.00.00.07

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msmeissn commented Mar 28, 2017

yeah, i just bought it used and did not update the firmware (yet).

Firmware version: 1.00.00.07

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I updated the firmware to 1.31.00.19 now and the size is now 392 bytes

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msmeissn commented Mar 28, 2017

I updated the firmware to 1.31.00.19 now and the size is now 392 bytes

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Adding K10D firmware requirement
More details can be found here: #23
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I've added this info to the webpage and to README.md
Thanks for testing.

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asalamon74 commented Mar 29, 2017

I've added this info to the webpage and to README.md
Thanks for testing.

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