On Fri, 2016-10-14 at 10:15 +0300, George Vasiliou (GMAIL) wrote:
> Booting with the previous linux image and after setting firmware
> swtich fwlps to off , seems that established a rigid connection.
> Maybe the new kernel is more "sensitive" on the FW flags, since i had
> never issues before with fwlps which had been left to it's default value (1)
> for a lot of months.
> Maybe i could try to upgrade again in the new linux-image and see how
> it performs with fwlps off.
> I switched off fwlps by using
> echo "options rtl8723be fwlps=0">/etc/modprobe.d/rtl8723be.conf
> (or could be done by adding above line in the end of the existed
> modsetting.conf file in the same directory).
> PS: All the rest options of rtl8723be are left to default.

I'm glad you figured it out. Yes. This device is screwed up and solely depends
on firmware and operating modes.

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