Qtopia flash image 11/9

Richard Reichenbacher richard5 at email.arizona.edu
Sat Nov 10 23:57:02 CET 2007

Lorn Potter wrote:
> Richard Reichenbacher wrote:
>> Richard Reichenbacher wrote:
>>> Lorn,
>>>   I just flashed over the latest image you uploaded.  Upon receiving 
>>> a call, the phone does not ring, I cannot hear the other person they 
>>> cannot hear me and the alarm clock doesn't ring.  Odd thing though 
>>> is that when I place a call I can be heard and they can hear me.  
>>> I'm also curious what the state is with getting the gsmhandset.state 
>>> file working properly.  The feedback from the gsm antennae is still 
>>> very loud and noticeable.  Do you think this might be a hardware 
>>> design flaw from mic being located too close to the gsm antenna?
> I believe it's just a matter of tweaking the mixer. I have been 
> working on an alsamixer for Qtopia, mostly done but it is not finished 
> yet. It can do simple volume stuff, but it doesn't do the more 
> complicated enumerated switches in the Neo's mixer. I also want to 
> make it support loading of alsa states to be able to set the mixer 
> levels of any of the states.
> You can adjust the volume of the call, when in the call by going to 
> Settings->Call Options->Call Volume. But it doesn't save this state 
> and will only adjust the volumes of the current state.
>> Actually it's odd.  All of a sudden with the last phone call I 
>> recieved the state switching seems to have fixed itself.  Everything 
>> from the alarm, phone calls and media player work fine.  I did have 
>> to restart qtopia a few times, maybe that did it.
> Not sure if thats good or bad. :)
> I have noticed some oddities on first boot as well. Sim contacts don't 
> always seem to get populated.
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Good to know about the feedback.  I was just a little worried because I 
get the same feedback if I have a gsm phone too close to my computer 
speakers.  Thought it was a design flaw.  I knwo what you're talking 
about with the whole first boot glitches.  I just rebooted because back 
light dimming wasn't working.  After the reboot it worked fine.

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