MSI DigiVox mini II V3.0
- This stick is not the same as the:
- In Germany this device might also be named MSI K-Vox.
- 1 Overview
- 2 Install
- 3 Developer Info
- 4 External Links
|Supported|| ID on
|Hardware||Firmware||Comment / Pictures||URL||E|
|MSI DIGIVOX mini II V3.0 (AF9015/MT2060 version) aka. K-Vox||✔ Yes, in kernel since 2.6.28||15a4:9016 USB1.1 USB2.0||Afatech AF9015, Microtune MT2060||dvb-usb-af9015.fw||Manufacturer changed device but kept name, ARGH!! See device page for details.|||
|MSI DIGIVOX mini II V3.0 (RTL2832 version) also. DigiVox mini deluxe||✔ Yes somewhat. see device page||1d19:1101 USB1.1 USB2.0||RealTek RTL2832U, FCI FC2580||n/a||Manufacturer changed device but kept name, ARGH!! See device page for details.|||
On most modern distributions it will probably work out of the box. You may have to download the firmware but that also depends on your distribution. Just plug it in and see what dmesg on a console says.
On Ubuntu or Debian Lenny
Using a script by Daniel Holm, it is very easy to install the driver on ubuntu.
wget http://www.danielholm.se/sites/default/files/msi.digivox.mini_.II_.V.3-v3.run chmod +x msi.digivox.mini_.II_.V.3-v3.run ./msi.digivox.mini_.II_.V.3-v3.run
Congratulations, your DVB-T stick is now operational (including remote control).
(Also tested and working on Debian Lenny. Thanks!)
On other Linux Distributions
Although not as convenient as above, it should only take a couple of minutes to install the driver manually.
- You need to have make, gcc, etc. installed.
- You need the revision control system 'mercurial' installed.
Compile and Install the Driver
Download version 4.95.0 of the firmware and copy it to your firmware directory.
wget http://www.otit.fi/~crope/v4l-dvb/af9015/af9015_firmware_cutter/firmware_files/4.95.0/dvb-usb-af9015.fw sudo mv dvb-usb-af9015.fw /lib/firmware/
On some distributions, you might have to move the firmware to /lib/firmware/2.6.xx/ where 2.6.xx is the version of your linux kernel.
Now download, compile, and install drivers for AF9015 from Antti Palosaari:
hg clone http://linuxtv.org/hg/~anttip/af9015/ cd af9015 make sudo make install
Congratulations, your DVB-T receiver should work now.
Remote Control Setup
If you want to use the IR remote control, you should tell the driver that you have a MSI DigiVox mini II V3.0. The driver can unfortunately not figure that out automatically since many devices have the very same 'lsusb -v'-fingerprint.
For this, you will need to pass the option 'remote=2' to the dvb_usb_af9015 module. Manually, this is done by the command (as root):
rmmod dvb_usb_af9015 modprobe dvb_usb_af9015 remote=2
To permanently store the option, you will need to edit modprobe's configuration file (usually /etc/modprobe.conf) and somewhere add the line:
options dvb_usb_af9015 remote=2
Furthermore, the device MSI DigiVox mini II V3.0 seems to have a hardware bug that causes keystrokes on the remote control to be repeated indefinitely. To circumvent this problem, you need to prevent your machine from recognizing the usb-stick as a keyboard.
echo "options usbhid quirks=0x15a4:0x9016:0x4" >> /etc/modprobe.d/usbhid rmmod usbhid; modprobe usbhid
Congratulations, your remote control should work now.
|Vendor||Device/Model||Supported||Pictures||URL||Interface||USB ID||Hardware||Tuner||Demodulator||USB Bridge||Firmware||Comment||E|
|MSI||DIGIVOX mini II V3.0 (AF9015/MT2060 version) aka. K-Vox||✔ Yes, in kernel since 2.6.28||||USB1.1 USB2.0||15a4:9016||Afatech AF9015, Microtune MT2060||mt2060||af9015||af9015||dvb-usb-af9015.fw||Manufacturer changed device but kept name, ARGH!! See device page for details.|
|MSI||DIGIVOX mini II V3.0 (RTL2832 version) also. DigiVox mini deluxe||✔ Yes somewhat. see device page||||USB1.1 USB2.0||1d19:1101||RealTek RTL2832U, FCI FC2580||fc2580||rtl2832||n/a||Manufacturer changed device but kept name, ARGH!! See device page for details.|
Works, including remote control.
- Afatech AF9015-N1
- The Tuner is a Microtune MT2061F
Several versions of the firmware can be found here.
People who own such a device
feel free to add yourself here, testers will always be needed!
|Niklas||officeman at freenet d0t de|
|Jons||linuxtv d0t org at metastasis d0t de|
|Jan||krupaj at mobilnews d0t cz|
|Patrick||linuxuser1 at gmx d0t net|
|tilt||tilde at tk hyph3n sls d0t de|
|bazillus||r at sliwi d0t org|
|Sylvio||smileyoschi at freenet d0t de (by the alternativ way)|
|Daniel Holm||d.holmen at gmail d0t com|
|Henrik||User:Hlangos (can be emailed via user page)|