The real gsmhandset.state [was: Re: Buzz fix difficulty [was Re: US Buzz/GPS Fix]]

David Reyes Samblas Martinez david at
Tue Apr 28 20:22:36 CEST 2009

2009/4/28 Joerg Reisenweber <joerg at>:
> Am Do  23. April 2009 schrieb David Reyes Samblas Martinez:
>> 2009/4/22 Risto H. Kurppa <risto at>:
>> > off-topic but just to let everyone know that I got mine fixed today, a
>> > friend of mine with 'Advanced Soldering Skills' did it and it really
>> > seems to do the trick. Seeing him struggle with it (btw. the resistor
>> > is not only soldered but also glued -> not that easy to remove..) I
>> > wouldn't recommend anyone with only little experience try it. In a way
>> > it's difficult to really break things (yes, you might fill all the
>> > gaps between the components with the solder but ~its possible to
>> > remove) but.. you don't want to do it, you'll just make you feel bad
>> > but I warmly welcome everyone to get it fixed to be able to use your
>> > freerunner to actually call people :)
>> +1 on not to try without proper equipment and skills,components
>> involved are really really small
>> +1on encourage anyone able to do it by himself or by anyone else to do
>> it. Buzz fix+a7 alsa states=more than acceptable audio quality and
>> volume
> The one and only *real* gsmhandset.state (for all FR!):
> :-)
Yes that's exactly the one I use.

Real cool work, since the fix and this state file I use the neo as day
by day phone finally (shr testing of course ;) )
> check control.63 and compare with your statefile!
> see:
> /j

David Reyes Samblas Martinez
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