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Ready to develop backend for Brother DSmobile 700D

RayJ
Joining the list to begin the process of developing a backend for an unlisted scanner.

Brother DSmobile 700D

http://www.brother-usa.com/Scanners/ModelDetail/24/ds700d

I am a competent C programmer. ;)

Any advice and/or direction is appreciated.

Here is the output of: sudo sane-find-scanner -v -v

This is sane-find-scanner from sane-backends 1.0.22

  # sane-find-scanner will now attempt to detect your scanner. If the
  # result is different from what you expected, first make sure your
  # scanner is powered up and properly connected to your computer.

searching for SCSI scanners:
checking /dev/scanner... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg0... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg1... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg2... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg3... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg4... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg5... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg6... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg7... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg8... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sg9... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sga... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgb... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgc... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgd... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sge... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgf... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgg... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgh... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgi... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgj... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgk... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgl... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgm... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgn... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgo... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgp... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgq... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgr... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgs... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgt... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgu... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgv... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgw... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgx... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgy... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/sgz... failed to open (Invalid argument)
  # No SCSI scanners found. If you expected something different, make sure that
  # you have loaded a kernel SCSI driver for your SCSI adapter.

searching for USB scanners:
checking /dev/usb/scanner... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner0... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner1... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner2... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner3... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner4... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner5... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner5... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner7... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner8... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner9... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner10... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner11... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner12... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner13... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner14... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usb/scanner15... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner0... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner1... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner2... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner3... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner4... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner5... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner6... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner7... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner8... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner9... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner10... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner11... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner12... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner13... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner14... failed to open (Invalid argument)
checking /dev/usbscanner15... failed to open (Invalid argument)
trying libusb:

<device descriptor of 0x04f9/0x2051 at 002:005 (Brother DSmobile 700D)>
bLength               18
bDescriptorType       1
bcdUSB                2.00
bDeviceClass          255
bDeviceSubClass       255
bDeviceProtocol       255
bMaxPacketSize0       64
idVendor              0x04F9
idProduct             0x2051
bcdDevice             7.03
iManufacturer         10 (Brother)
iProduct              11 (DSmobile 700D)
iSerialNumber         12 (0)
bNumConfigurations    1
 <configuration 0>
 bLength              9
 bDescriptorType      2
 wTotalLength         39
 bNumInterfaces       1
 bConfigurationValue  1
 iConfiguration       0 ()
 bmAttributes         160 (Remote Wakeup)
 MaxPower             500 mA
  <interface 0>
   <altsetting 0>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   0
   bAlternateSetting  0
   bNumEndpoints      3
   bInterfaceClass    255
   bInterfaceSubClass 255
   bInterfaceProtocol 255
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      2 (bulk)
    wMaxPacketSize    512
    bInterval         0 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0
    <endpoint 1>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x02 (out 0x02)
    bmAttributes      2 (bulk)
    wMaxPacketSize    512
    bInterval         0 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0
    <endpoint 2>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x83 (in 0x03)
    bmAttributes      3 (interrupt)
    wMaxPacketSize    1
    bInterval         8 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0

<trying to find out which USB chip is used>
    checking for GT-6801 ...
    this is not a GT-6801 (bcdUSB = 0x200)
    checking for GT-6816 ...
    this is not a GT-6816 (bDeviceClass = 255, bInterfaceClass = 255)
    checking for GT-8911 ...
    this is not a GT-8911 (check 1, bDeviceClass = 255, bInterfaceClass = 255)
    checking for MA-1017 ...
    this is not a MA-1017 (bDeviceClass = 255, bInterfaceClass = 255)
    checking for MA-1015 ...
    this is not a MA-1015 (bcdUSB = 0x200)
    checking for MA-1509 ...
    this is not a MA-1509 (bcdUSB = 0x200)
    checking for LM983[1,2,3] ...
    this is not a LM983x (bcdUSB = 0x200)
    checking for GL646 ...
    this is not a GL646 (bDeviceClass = 255, bInterfaceClass = 255)
    checking for GL646_HP ...
    this is not a GL646_HP (bcdUSB = 0x200)
    checking for GL660+GL646 ...
    this is not a GL660+GL646 (bDeviceClass = 255, bInterfaceClass = 255)
    checking for GL84x ...
<This USB chip looks like a GL848+ (result from sane-backends 1.0.22)>

found USB scanner (vendor=0x04f9 [Brother], product=0x2051 [DSmobile 700D], chip=GL848+) at libusb:002:005

<device descriptor of 0x093a/0x2510 at 002:003>
bLength               18
bDescriptorType       1
bcdUSB                1.10
bDeviceClass          0
bDeviceSubClass       0
bDeviceProtocol       0
bMaxPacketSize0       8
idVendor              0x093A
idProduct             0x2510
bcdDevice             1.00
iManufacturer         1 ()
iProduct              2 ()
iSerialNumber         0 ()
bNumConfigurations    1
 <configuration 0>
 bLength              9
 bDescriptorType      2
 wTotalLength         34
 bNumInterfaces       1
 bConfigurationValue  1
 iConfiguration       4 ()
 bmAttributes         160 (Remote Wakeup)
 MaxPower             100 mA
  <interface 0>
   <altsetting 0>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   0
   bAlternateSetting  0
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    3
   bInterfaceSubClass 1
   bInterfaceProtocol 2
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      3 (interrupt)
    wMaxPacketSize    4
    bInterval         10 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0

<device descriptor of 0x8087/0x0024 at 002:002>
bLength               18
bDescriptorType       1
bcdUSB                2.00
bDeviceClass          9
bDeviceSubClass       0
bDeviceProtocol       1
bMaxPacketSize0       64
idVendor              0x8087
idProduct             0x0024
bcdDevice             0.00
iManufacturer         0 ()
iProduct              0 ()
iSerialNumber         0 ()
bNumConfigurations    1
 <configuration 0>
 bLength              9
 bDescriptorType      2
 wTotalLength         25
 bNumInterfaces       1
 bConfigurationValue  1
 iConfiguration       0 ()
 bmAttributes         224 (Self-poweredRemote Wakeup)
 MaxPower             0 mA
  <interface 0>
   <altsetting 0>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   0
   bAlternateSetting  0
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    9
   bInterfaceSubClass 0
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      3 (interrupt)
    wMaxPacketSize    1
    bInterval         12 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0

<device descriptor of 0x1d6b/0x0002 at 002:001 (Linux 3.0.0-32-generic-pae ehci_hcd EHCI Host Controller)>
bLength               18
bDescriptorType       1
bcdUSB                2.00
bDeviceClass          9
bDeviceSubClass       0
bDeviceProtocol       0
bMaxPacketSize0       64
idVendor              0x1D6B
idProduct             0x0002
bcdDevice             3.00
iManufacturer         3 (Linux 3.0.0-32-generic-pae ehci_hcd)
iProduct              2 (EHCI Host Controller)
iSerialNumber         1 (0000:00:1d.0)
bNumConfigurations    1
 <configuration 0>
 bLength              9
 bDescriptorType      2
 wTotalLength         25
 bNumInterfaces       1
 bConfigurationValue  1
 iConfiguration       0 ()
 bmAttributes         224 (Self-poweredRemote Wakeup)
 MaxPower             0 mA
  <interface 0>
   <altsetting 0>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   0
   bAlternateSetting  0
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    9
   bInterfaceSubClass 0
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      3 (interrupt)
    wMaxPacketSize    4
    bInterval         12 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0

<device descriptor of 0x0c45/0x6436 at 001:003 (LOEAAI10P2SF0181B605764 Sony Visual Communication Camera)>
bLength               18
bDescriptorType       1
bcdUSB                2.00
bDeviceClass          239
bDeviceSubClass       2
bDeviceProtocol       1
bMaxPacketSize0       64
idVendor              0x0C45
idProduct             0x6436
bcdDevice             17.12
iManufacturer         2 (LOEAAI10P2SF0181B605764)
iProduct              1 (Sony Visual Communication Camera)
iSerialNumber         0 ()
bNumConfigurations    1
 <configuration 0>
 bLength              9
 bDescriptorType      2
 wTotalLength         473
 bNumInterfaces       2
 bConfigurationValue  1
 iConfiguration       0 ()
 bmAttributes         128 ()
 MaxPower             500 mA
  <interface 0>
   <altsetting 0>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   0
   bAlternateSetting  0
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    14
   bInterfaceSubClass 1
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         5 (Sony Visual Communication Camera)
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x83 (in 0x03)
    bmAttributes      3 (interrupt)
    wMaxPacketSize    16
    bInterval         6 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0
  <interface 1>
   <altsetting 0>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   1
   bAlternateSetting  0
   bNumEndpoints      0
   bInterfaceClass    14
   bInterfaceSubClass 2
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         5 (Sony Visual Communication Camera)
   <altsetting 1>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   1
   bAlternateSetting  1
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    14
   bInterfaceSubClass 2
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      5 (isochronous)
    wMaxPacketSize    128
    bInterval         1 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0
   <altsetting 2>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   1
   bAlternateSetting  2
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    14
   bInterfaceSubClass 2
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      5 (isochronous)
    wMaxPacketSize    256
    bInterval         1 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0
   <altsetting 3>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   1
   bAlternateSetting  3
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    14
   bInterfaceSubClass 2
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      5 (isochronous)
    wMaxPacketSize    800
    bInterval         1 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0
   <altsetting 4>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   1
   bAlternateSetting  4
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    14
   bInterfaceSubClass 2
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      5 (isochronous)
    wMaxPacketSize    2848
    bInterval         1 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0
   <altsetting 5>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   1
   bAlternateSetting  5
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    14
   bInterfaceSubClass 2
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      5 (isochronous)
    wMaxPacketSize    4896
    bInterval         1 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0
   <altsetting 6>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   1
   bAlternateSetting  6
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    14
   bInterfaceSubClass 2
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      5 (isochronous)
    wMaxPacketSize    5120
    bInterval         1 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0

<device descriptor of 0x8087/0x0024 at 001:002>
bLength               18
bDescriptorType       1
bcdUSB                2.00
bDeviceClass          9
bDeviceSubClass       0
bDeviceProtocol       1
bMaxPacketSize0       64
idVendor              0x8087
idProduct             0x0024
bcdDevice             0.00
iManufacturer         0 ()
iProduct              0 ()
iSerialNumber         0 ()
bNumConfigurations    1
 <configuration 0>
 bLength              9
 bDescriptorType      2
 wTotalLength         25
 bNumInterfaces       1
 bConfigurationValue  1
 iConfiguration       0 ()
 bmAttributes         224 (Self-poweredRemote Wakeup)
 MaxPower             0 mA
  <interface 0>
   <altsetting 0>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   0
   bAlternateSetting  0
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    9
   bInterfaceSubClass 0
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      3 (interrupt)
    wMaxPacketSize    1
    bInterval         12 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0

<device descriptor of 0x1d6b/0x0002 at 001:001 (Linux 3.0.0-32-generic-pae ehci_hcd EHCI Host Controller)>
bLength               18
bDescriptorType       1
bcdUSB                2.00
bDeviceClass          9
bDeviceSubClass       0
bDeviceProtocol       0
bMaxPacketSize0       64
idVendor              0x1D6B
idProduct             0x0002
bcdDevice             3.00
iManufacturer         3 (Linux 3.0.0-32-generic-pae ehci_hcd)
iProduct              2 (EHCI Host Controller)
iSerialNumber         1 (0000:00:1a.0)
bNumConfigurations    1
 <configuration 0>
 bLength              9
 bDescriptorType      2
 wTotalLength         25
 bNumInterfaces       1
 bConfigurationValue  1
 iConfiguration       0 ()
 bmAttributes         224 (Self-poweredRemote Wakeup)
 MaxPower             0 mA
  <interface 0>
   <altsetting 0>
   bLength            9
   bDescriptorType    4
   bInterfaceNumber   0
   bAlternateSetting  0
   bNumEndpoints      1
   bInterfaceClass    9
   bInterfaceSubClass 0
   bInterfaceProtocol 0
   iInterface         0 ()
    <endpoint 0>
    bLength           7
    bDescriptorType   5
    bEndpointAddress  0x81 (in 0x01)
    bmAttributes      3 (interrupt)
    wMaxPacketSize    4
    bInterval         12 ms
    bRefresh          0
    bSynchAddress     0
  # Your USB scanner was (probably) detected. It may or may not be supported by
  # SANE. Try scanimage -L and read the backend's manpage.

  # Not checking for parallel port scanners.

  # Most Scanners connected to the parallel port or other proprietary ports
  # can't be detected by this program.
done


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Re: Ready to develop backend for Brother DSmobile 700D

RayJ
Found more info:

found USB scanner (vendor=0x04f9 [Brother], product=0x2051 [DSmobile 700D], chip=GL848+) at libusb:002:005

Datasheet/specs for chipset:

http://www.datasheetdir.com/GL848+USB

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Re: Ready to develop backend for Brother DSmobile 700D

stef-22
On 28/03/2013 23:17, RayJ wrote:

> Found more info:
>
> found USB scanner (vendor=0x04f9 [Brother], product=0x2051 [DSmobile 700D],
> chip=GL848+) at libusb:002:005
>
> Datasheet/specs for chipset:
>
> http://www.datasheetdir.com/GL848+USB
>
> --RayJ
>
>
>
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>

     Hello,

     since it is a genesys chip, i could be added to the genesys
backend. GL848 ASIC isn't supported yet. I have recently added code for
GL846, so it could give you an idea of the work to be done. Only GL646
and GL841 sheet fed scanners are  supported, so you'll have to look
these sources to see what is required for a sheet fed scanner.

     I think it is worth double-checking that it is really a GL848.
sane-find-scanner heuristic is not bullet proof. Ideally seeing the chip
inside would definitively tell us, but this can be inferred by analyzing
USB logs of the scanner run under windows, and comparing values for the
few registers that are different between the GL846 and the GL846.

Regards,
     Stef

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Re: Ready to develop backend for Brother DSmobile 700D

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Here are the images of the board. http://raywjohnson.me/pub/shared/img/dsmobile_700d_top.jpg http://raywjohnson.me/pub/shared/img/dsmobile_700d_bottom.jpg I did not see any GL8## Only GL125 ?? --RayJ
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Re: Ready to develop backend for Brother DSmobile 700D

stef-22
On 30/03/2013 19:22, RayJ wrote:
Here are the images of the board. http://raywjohnson.me/pub/shared/img/dsmobile_700d_top.jpg http://raywjohnson.me/pub/shared/img/dsmobile_700d_bottom.jpg I did not see any GL8## Only GL125 ?? --RayJ

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    Hello,

    so it is a GL125. Another ASIC needs to be added to the genesys backend. There is already support for GL124, but this one doesn't support any sheet fed scanner yet. GL841/GL646 are still the source of inspiration for shet fed only functions, while you may quick-start your work with GL124 code.

Regards,
    Stef
   

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Re: Ready to develop backend for Brother DSmobile 700D

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On 30/03/2013 19:22, RayJ wrote:
Here are the images of the board. http://raywjohnson.me/pub/shared/img/dsmobile_700d_top.jpg http://raywjohnson.me/pub/shared/img/dsmobile_700d_bottom.jpg I did not see any GL8## Only GL125 ?? --RayJ

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    I forgot to mention this mail http://lists.alioth.debian.org/pipermail/sane-devel/2012-November/030452.html .

Regards,
    Stef
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RayJ
Excellent. I will start with the GL124 and use GL841/GL646 for as a guide (for the sheet fed functions and logic.).

Thanks!

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Re: Ready to develop backend for Brother DSmobile 700D

RayJ
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Oh well.

Scanner is broken. Something I did while taking it apart.