I am working on development of a customized android tablet based on intel Baytrail-T.
In the above project we are facing a issue due to I2C.
Here is the step by step scenario of the issue:
1-Power on the board and let it boot to the android GUI.
2-Press the power button for some time and then power off the board from the Android Gui.
3-Now power on the board without disconnecting the power supply.
Then the board gets stuck and we get the beow logs continously.
gdb 7.6, 7.7 and 7.8 have a ELF bug that causes them to crash in some situations.
Please see this discussion for more information: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/27355304/gdb-crashes-at-start-interna...
We have solved this problem by building our own version of gdb from the 7.9 source code. However, I don't think this is possible for the MIC, as the gdb for MIC has lots of modifications from the gdb mainline.