Re: Has anyone used the USB HS port used as a USB FS on STM32F4?


Yannis Damigos
 

Hi,

STM32F429 SoCs support OTG FS USB. Check 96b_carbon board as a
reference to enable it.
You should also configure pinmux for PB14 and PB15.

Regards,
Yannis

On Fri, Jul 6, 2018 at 10:34 AM Erwan Gouriou <erwan.gouriou@linaro.org> wrote:

Hi Jun Li,

About 'USB' flag, you might be interested by the following comment, file sub_dc_stm32.c, line72:
/*
* USB and USB_OTG_FS are defined in STM32Cube HAL and allows to distinguish
* between two kind of USB DC. STM32 F0, F3, and L0 series support USB device
* controller. STM32 F4 and F7 series support USB_OTG_FS device controller.
* STM32 F1 and L4 series support either USB or USB_OTG_FS device controller.
*
* WARNING: Don't mix USB defined in STM32Cube HAL and CONFIG_USB from Zephyr
* Kconfig system.
*/

I agree the name of 'USB' is unfortunate, I've submitted a request to change it.
This might take a while though.

Cheers
Erwan

On Fri, 6 Jul 2018 at 03:21, Li, Jun R <jun.r.li@intel.com> wrote:

Hi,



I have a STM32F429 board on which the USB high speed port (pinned out by PB14 and PB15) is exposed as a USB normal speed port, compared with the USB FS port from PA11 and PA12 usually on other STM32F4’s discovery boards. I’m sure the high speed USB port on PB14 and PB15 can work as a normal speed USB port since we have another working firmware running on the same board and using the same USB port.



Now I’m trying to port Zephyr 1.12 to this board, and enabling this USB port. I’ve checked the USB device driver file: drivers/usb/device/usb_dc_stm32.c and found that it seems the high speed USB port is already supported if the macro “USB” is enabled. However, I can’t find where the macro “USB” can be enabled. So, I’m wondering if anyone has used the USB port on PB14 and PB15 with Zephyr and enabled the macro “USB”?



Also, the macro “USB” is very confusing with zephyr’s macro “CONFIG_USB”. I recommend to rename this one with other proper name. The macro seems to have been introduced by Yannis Damigos. So, I’m cc’ing Yannis Damigos here, trying to get his attention to this.



Thank you!



Jun Li @ Intel



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