Not sure if it is a fix per se but it appears to just be looking for the
presence of a .txt file by that name. I created brcmfmac43602-pcie.txt
in the proper directory and just typed gibberish into it. I rebooted,
re-ran 'dmesg | grep error', and found that the error is gone. Bluetooth
seems to work just fine. Or at least my bluetooth mouse is connecting
and working correctly.

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  brcmfmac: Direct firmware load failed

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