6 Replies Latest reply on Mar 8, 2016 6:36 AM by Intel_Peter

    Changing the I2C frequency "permanently"




      I have been trying to change the frequency of I2C to standard to be able to use with the CO2 sensor mentioned in this article (IoT - Exploring Air Quality Monitoring Using Intel® Edison | Intel® Developer Zone). Actually, I followed the instructions explained in the article as well as the one  mentioned in this post (Changing the I2C Frequency) , which are the same, and I was able to change the frequency via PuTTY. The problem, however, is that every time I disconnect Edison from power, the frequency goes to the fast mode! And my question is: Is there a way to make the frequency change permanent so that there is no need to manually adjust every time Edison is reconnected?