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Hmm, then maybe these drivers are quite selective and I just got lucky. Posted August 24, 0bda 0139 problem here, any news about this device?
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I am running Fedora 20, kernel is 3. Card reader not enabled, 0bda 0139 insertion not detected. See commit 00ddcdd1b8ff54ae96bfdcb4f9.
Thanks Meter : 12, Discussion Screenshots Downloads Loading Tags: None. I have to use the 3.
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The line that is of interest to us is the bottom-most one in this casewhich is the Android phone:. It is built to depend upon the specific ABI provided by a range of releases of the same 0bda 0139 of the Linux kernel and not on any one specific build.Type, USB.
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Device ID, Device Name, RTLAU a/b/g/n/ac 2T2R DB WLAN. USB device Vendor=0bda Device ID= is indeed a USB card reader. It needs much more in the kernel to show you 0bda 0139 devices though.