aaron at aeneby.com
Thu Jul 24 18:28:46 CEST 2008
I would also like a solution to the echo that people hear when calling
the phone - anyone found a fix for this?
(I know this is really just repeating the question already asked by Dan,
but I just signed up to the list and wanted to test it out - so hello
Staley, Daniel L wrote:
> I have the mic volume working alright at the moment...but the speaker output in the earpiece seems rather low, as well as the person I'm calling hearing themselves echoed and of course the constant gsm interference sound as well.
> Can anyone post their .state files that are working well? (If anyone has found a good setting)
> Also, I heard people were getting good results from the FSO image when calling people. Can anyone who has tried this report on if the sound problems persist in the FSO?
> -Dan Staley
> From: Brian C [brianwc at OCF.Berkeley.EDU]
> Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2008 10:02 AM
> To: List for Openmoko community discussion
> Subject: Re: Volume?
> Bastian Muck wrote:
>> julien cubizolles schrieb:
>> | Le jeudi 17 juillet 2008 à 17:53 +0200, papa-piet a écrit :
>> |> Hi,
>> |> I didn't tested it yet but maybe this will help:
>> |> http://freeyourphone.de/portal_v1/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=170&start=75#p3277
>> | I thinks it's the original one. I adjusted this one (increased the Mic2
>> | from 0 to 50) and nobody complains anymore when I call them...
>> No, it is not the original one. I adjusted the mono-volume, so everyone
>> can understand me but without echo. Before the adjustment, everyone
>> complained, that i was not loud enough.
>> Greetings Bastian
> I've read this entire thread a couple of times and there are just so
> many options in alsamixer that I cannot figure out how to turn up the
> volume enough so that I can be heard by the person I'm calling. Would
> someone who has figured this out please place very simple instructions
> on the wiki? Thanks.
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