Yes thanks for your suggestion, In a previous question here I discovered that GPIO 6 had not been properly configured via the AT commands, and corrected that.
The root issue is having the correct control of the RESET OUT pin (RESET_OUT_N) = Pin 46 on the chip.
In the Linux kernel pinctrl (pinctrl-mdm9607.c) Pin46 is listed as GPIO46 so I’ve now switched over to using that, I still don’t seem to have the required control.
I have seen posts for other devices where there was an offset in pinctrl so that real_world_pin_x mapps onto pinctrl_pin_y does anyone know if that is the case here ?
yocto/kerneldrivers/pinctrl/qcom/pinctrl-mdm9607.c doesn’t seem op imply such an offset.
Is there anything that I am missing ?
(Can I change the title or should I start another question? As the title is a little misleading)
Forgot to say my current config via the AT commands (EXTUIMSWITCHEN = Disabled, GPIO6 = GPIO) :