steve at openmoko.com
Thu Apr 2 09:54:14 CEST 2009
looks like the wire is too long. See the photo in the SOP.
Also, looks like he didnt remove the rubber around the mic before
working on it. Just a guess. Joerg will respond I'm sure.
Peter Stumm wrote:
> a good friend does the buzz fix for me, but after doing that there is
> still a buzz, think it's a little bit quiter.
> here are a few pictures after the buzz
> can you say me whats wrong?
> Am Mittwoch, den 04.03.2009, 09:09 +0100 schrieb Joerg Reisenweber:
>> Am Di 27. Januar 2009 schrieb Paul Fertser:
>>> Al Johnson <openmoko at mazikeen.demon.co.uk> writes:
>>>> On Monday 26 January 2009, Christoph Siegenthaler wrote:
>>>>> are there any updates from resellers, FIC or any half-official
>>>>> DIY-tutorials on the hardware problems, i.e. the buzzing?
>>>> This appears to have benefited from feedback regarding capacitor types
>>>> the few people so far to have attempted the mod,
>>> The feedback is that: you can use any cap, including tantalum. :)
>>>> but more feedback is requested. The lack of feedback from people
>>>> trying it may be why it hasn't yet made it past release candidate
>>> No more feedback is really needed. Everyone who performed the rework
>>> confirmed that it eliminates the buzz. No single negative report. And
>>> i guess at least 10-20 people have already tried the rework. So, the
>>> reason that no reseller is doing it yet is probably due to
>>> communication/business issues rather than technical.
>> I'm not in charge any more to push this fix, but to me it seems we really
>> don't need to quantify "how much it improves" buzz-issue.
>> The cause and ways to creep in of buzz are well understood by now by some guys
>> at least (and NO it's NOT the mic catching RF near antenna, it's pin4 of
>> hs-jack), the bigC-rework is evidently (based on empiric and EE basics)
>> eliminating the ripple we see on MICBIAS, and a gsmhandset.state file
>> correctly using differential input mode (control.63 value "Mic 2") won't
>> break audio function from unfixed to buzzfixed FR.
>> Also we don't need any sophisticated test procedure, as
>> * all devices are prone to buzz issue, so we don't need to prove there is buzz
>> before fix
>> * the big-C rework will either kill the buzz or you find you did sth wrong and
>> mic stops to work. So any engineer doing the actual fix doesn't need any
>> sophisticated "fix succeeded" test more complicated than that involved in
>> replacing a lightbulb. Test call -> works -> fine.
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