EG25-G linux driver

I am going to use EG25-G connected to my linux-based embedded system. I can’t find a linux driver for EG25-G. I see “Quectel_WCDMA&LTE_Linux_USB_Driver_User_Guide_V1.8.pdf”, but it doesn’t list EG25-G as supported.
To what extent is EG25-G compatible with EC-25 firmware-wise?
What is the best approach to have EG25-G in linux?

I just found the whole package in
But not the Gobi driver.
In another thread of the forum, I found this: Quectel_Linux& Is this the latest version?

In another thread of the forum, I found this: Quectel_Linux& Is this the latest version?
[Answer]yes, it is the latest version. Thanks!


I am also trying to use EG25-G on an Linux running on an Orange Pi board.
I have downloaded the zip from quectel official website.
I see that suppossedly in kernel 5.3 already there is

wwan and serial linux drivers for EG25-G ?
Could somebody please confirm that using kernel >= 5.3
will have support for EG25-G ?
Because I have tried this already and is not detected .

 The Gobinet driver archive that was mentioned above is also in the official zip

but I do not think is needed when using Qectel EG25-G. Is this correct?


Dear Mivascu,
Thanks for your inquiry in Quectel forum.
As you know that when you use EG25G module in linux OS,you need to install the module USB driver if you use USB port, and you can refer to the following document. You can refer to it to get more information. Thanks!
Quectel_LTE&5G_Linux_USB_Driver_User_Guide_V2.0.pdf (564.5 KB)


Thanks for your quick reply.
I am following the steps in the pdf to check if the module is properly installed.

for linux 5.8.9 this is the entry in usb-device-id-option struct.
.driver_info = RSVD(4) },

where QUECTEL_PRODUCT_EC25 is x0125 so the same as for EG25-G.
For the rest of driver changes I have implemented like described and added
the qmi_wwan_q.c driver and changed the Makefile accordingly.

Is this ok?

If it is already have such information, you just need to double check whether the modification is correct. Thanks!

How do I measure if is powered on normally?
Just look on the schematics and use the multimeter on the module? Or is another way

If that, please double check whether the module have power on normally. Thanks!

I am using Linux 5.13.0-39-generic. This link only has drivers until firmware version 5.3.1. Where can I find the latest USB Drivers for the USB Serial Option?

any update to linux support running on 6.0 kernel?