Is there an echo-free distro?
gnublade at googlemail.com
Thu Jan 15 23:43:20 CET 2009
Playing with alsamixer during a call and reducing the mono playback
volume made the echo go away apparently (although reduce it too far
and my voice went away with it).
You have to replace the state file as above for future calls to set
the volume as the settings are clobbered as soon as you hang up/pick
2009/1/15 SCarlson <scottrcarlson at gmail.com>:
> There must be some other things influencing this. I have NEVER had an Echo
> issue. I have Revision A5 and have used pretty much every distro. Possibly,
> SIM Card and Service Provider nuances? I always read about the echo, echo
> fix etc.. and have just never had an issue. I live in NE USA and use AT&T
> with an old Cingular SIM card (grandfathered in when they merged).
> Yogiz wrote:
>> I'm currently using a quite customized but up to date version of
>> Om2008.9 testing (equal to Om2008.12?). It otherwise wonderful but I
>> still can't use the Freerunner as a normal cellphone with it yet as I
>> still get echo on the other side both for calls coming in and for the
>> ones going out.
>> My other phone is basically falling apart so I'll need to move to
>> Freerunner for phone calls as well so I'd like to ask, which distros
>> are currently the best for it. As I've understood the FSO does not have
>> the echo problem  so I thought I'd move to that. Are
>> there any better options? I'd prefer a distro where I can use opkg but
>> If none of these have decent call quality then I'll settle for
>> something else.
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