We connect the RM510Q module using USB 3.0 type C to the Linux PC’s USB 3.0 type C port. But we observe that the RM510Q device is enumerated as a USB 2.0 device. We tried another USB 3.0 device with the same cable and it is enumerated as a USB 3.0 device. Hence, ruled out the possibility of cable incompatibility. The module supports USB 3.0 for sure, can anybody help out here?
The output of AT+QCFG=“usbspeed” shows +QCFG: “usbspeed”,“30”, which according to the document means it is set to USB 3.0 superspeed.
What kind of M.2 adapter you’re using?
We are using M.2 module part#RM510Q-GL
Link - https://www.quectel.com/product/5g-rm510q-gl
My question was about the M.2-USB adapter, the modem name is known from the topic title already.