Wifi card undetected after docker install on TX1 Development kit

Hi everyone,

I installed docker via $sudo apt-get docker.io after this it bring up a bridge which create a conflict with network manager so i wasn’t able to use Wifi.
Then I try to reflash my TX1 with JetPack 2.3.1 and now it don’t even detect my wifi card.

rfkill list wifi
sit0      no wireless extensions.
lo        no wireless extensions.
dummy0    no wireless extensions.
ip6tnl0   no wireless extensions.
tunl0     no wireless extensions.
eth0      no wireless extensions.

Here is the link to my dmesg logs

Thank you for your help


Please try to use latest BSP(rel-28.2) first.


I’m a bit confused, I followed the tutorial at https://github.com/NVIDIA-Jetson/jetsoan-trashformers/wiki/Jetson™-Flashing-and-Setup-Guide-for-a-Connect-Tech-Carrier-Board
But I’m not using a Connect Tech carrier board but the nvidia development kit so when I arrived at the flash step I don’t know what I should put I have several options (orbitty, elroy, astro, …)

Please try out jetpack.

Ok sorry I forgot to mention that I first flash my TX1 with JetPack 3.2 and it didn’t change anything I still didn’t see the wifi card

Could you dump the dmesg?

I’ve already put the link to my dmesg in the first message

I notice there is no wifi driver activity in your dmesg. It is possible that the hardware is broken…

The log is from devkit with jetpack3.2, right??

Here is the dmesg link for devkit with jetpack3.2 :

I just went through your log and notice this one.

[    0.157911] node /plugin-manager/fragment-e3326@0 match with board 3326-*
[    0.160554] node /plugin-manager/fragement@4 match with odm-data l4t
[    0.160651] Removing Prop nvidia,pmc-wakeup from target /bcmdhd_wlan

My board does not have this one. Need to investigate.
Could you try to comment out this fragment in “tegra210-jetson-cv-plugin-manager.dtsi” and try to rebuild the dtb and reflash it again.

Do you really flash it with jetpack3.2 instead of jetpack3.1?

After some investigation, odm-data l4t seems not the cause but it should not appear after rel-28.2. I wonder why it’s still there on your board. Are you using jetpack3.1?

Could you share the full steps to install docker io? I would like to try it on my board as well.
Is “sudo apt-get docker.io” the only thing you do?

No, I’m using jetpack 3.2.

Yes I only installed docker via apt-get so “sudo apt-get docker.io” is the only thing I did.

if you reinstall Jetpack 3.2 and reinstall the docker - will the issue reproduce?


I’ve tried “sudo apt-get docker.io”, but my wifi is still working after it. If there are more details, please share.


The issue is always here even if I reinstall jetpack 3.2 I the wifi drivers don’t activate so I can’t tell if the issue reproduce by doing this


I didn’t do anything more I first install docker.io then the wifi wasn’t working but the wifi card was still detected then I flash jetpack 3.2 and this time the wifi drivers didn’t activate.


Please dump the result of below node

xxd /proc/device-tree/bcmdhd_wlan/status


nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ xxd /proc/device-tree/bcmdhd_wlan/status 
00000000: 6f6b 6179 00                             okay.


Could you check if you have these files?

1.nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ ls /lib/firmware/brcm/
fw_bcmdhd.bin  nvram.txt
2. nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:/etc/modprobe.d$ lsmod
Module                  Size  Used by
bcmdhd               7621716  0
bluedroid_pm           13308  0

3.nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:/sys/module/bcmdhd/parameters$ ls
clockoverride  dhd_console_ms  dhd_doflow  dhd_dpcpoll  dhd_msg_level  dhd_oob_gpio_num  disable_proptx  firmware_path  info_string  instance_base  nvram_path  op_mode  passive_channel_skip
4. nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:/sys/module/bcmdhd/parameters$ cat op_mode 

If dhd is appearing in step 4. Please enable debug log again. BTW, could you see “enable wifi” button in ubuntu GUI?

sudo -s
 echo 0x10801 > /sys/module/bcmdhd/parameters/dhd_msg_level
 echo 120 > /sys/module/bcmdhd/parameters/dhd_console_ms


Here is the return of your commands

nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:~$ ls /lib/firmware/brcm/
fw_bcmdhd.bin  nvram.txt
nvidia@tegra-ubuntu:/etc/modprobe.d$ lsmod
Module                  Size  Used by
bluedroid_pm           13770  0

And I don’t have the folder bcmdhd in /sys/module/

No I can’t see the “enable wifi” in ubuntu GUI