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I have a requirement of interfacing a battery fuel gauge and battery controller via I2C to SoC. i.e there are no embedded controller in between( no smart battery). So ,as per my current understanding, I will have to use ACPI "Control Method Battery Interface" for the same. i.e edit the ACPI table DSDT to add battery related methods. Is this flow correct? Will chaging the ASL code and adding battery related control methods pass all the required information to cmbatt.sys(miniport driver). Do I need to write a mini port driver for this ? Kindly help me out as I am a beginner with windows development. Please do suggest if any alternative solutions are available.
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