Updated WM8753 routing diagram with ALSA control names (was: Re: [FSO] Any luck with bluetooth headsets?)
nelsoneci at gmail.com
Mon Feb 23 04:57:05 CET 2009
On Mon, Feb 23, 2009 at 8:48 AM, Paul Fertser <fercerpav at gmail.com> wrote:
> Paul Fertser <fercerpav at gmail.com> writes:
>> Simon Kagstrom <simon.kagstrom at gmail.com> writes:
>>> From looking at the diagram, I think that would make sense at least. I
>>> haven't figured out how to affect these still from looking in the state
>>> file and in the driver though.
>> I'm going to prepare a routing diagram with alsa control names printed
>> over it "real soon" (today/tomorrow), as i'm already familiar with the
>> driver code, so it's just work to be done.
> Man, it was tough:
> All alsa control names that affect routing are now printed over the
> I can provide Inkscape source file on demand.
> The controls that are not mentioned either affect ADC/DAC in various
> not routing-related ways (and to use them one most probably needs to
> look at the datasheet anyway) or affect power management in
> freerunner-specific way (and therefore their names are self-explanatory).
This diagram looks quite pretty. I was looking into this ALSA issue
but it was rather silly, mostly because I am not qualified to fix it.
Of course I didn't know that when I started looking into it and
somehow the lack of documentation misled me -- I'll update the wiki
page in a few hours so that nobody else gets misled by it as it
happened to me.
I'll assume that you don't need my help and try to work on something
else, like help getting something upstream. If you think I can do
something that helps you for this issue please tell me or tell Andy.
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