OneXPlayer Sensor/Fan Support Extended To More Models With Its Linux 6.2 Introduction
Recently there's been work on a OneXPlayer sensor/platform driver focused on enabling fan control support that is managed by the device's embedded controller (EC).
Initially this new "oxp-sensors" driver was limited to just one of the AMD-powered OneXPlayer handhelds but has now been extended. This driver with its Linux 6.2 introduction now supports reading and setting the fan control on the following gaming handheld devices:
- AOK ZOE A1
- OneXPlayer AMD
- OneXPlayer mini AMD
- OneXPlayer mini AMD PRO
The Intel-based OneXPlayer devices remain unsupported by this driver.
The AOK ZOE A1 is a device similar to the OneXPlayer and features a Ryzen 7 6800U SoC, 8-inch IPS screen, and running Windows 11 by default.
Supporting these additional devices by the oxp-sensors driver ended up being primarily just adding in the different DMI strings. This patch within the HWMON subsystem's hwmon-next branch expands that supported device list ahead of the oxp-sensors driver being merged to mainline next month for the Linux 6.2 merge window.