QtMoko v39 for GTA04
psonek2 at seznam.cz
Wed Feb 8 09:09:01 CET 2012
you can now download QtMoko v39 from here . For more info about QtMoko
please visit our homepage .
Changes since previous version are:
* gta04-gsm-voice-routing for gsm voice calls on GTA04
* fixed cruxus to close pcm device when not used
* powering up modem with gpio186 on GTA04A04 in qpe.sh
* remaped long AUX button function to short POWER
* 3.2 kernel with gpio186 enabled
From the user point of view most important is, that you will now have sound in
incoming call - i have fixed the bug where pcm device was not closed after
Voice routing is now done in C program. I have for now enabled the output from
the program on /dev/tty0 which means that you will see text over QtMoko GUI
during call. It's quite nice for debugging and to see if call is still in
progress (the routing indicator stops rotating after remote party hangs up).
You can disable the output if you edit /opt/qtmoko/qpe.env and comment out
One thing that needs fixing is earpiece and speaker volume. Earpiece is too low
and speaker is too loud. But you can quite easily adjust them to your needs.
Just launch alsamixer during call and when done do:
alsactl -f /opt/qtmoko/etc/alsa/gsmearpiece.state store
alsactl -f /opt/qtmoko/etc/alsa/gsmspeaker.state store
Since this version QtMoko does not need AUX button. Mine has broken (the same
is on my Freerunner) and i never liked it's ergonomy. Now the screen with
running apps is brought with short POWER press. You have to suspend the phone
by locking screen (and setting "suspend" interval in "Power Management" under
Btw if you ever have the same problem with broken AUX, you might take a look
here . It's modified boot.scr so that it always shows the nice bootmenu
where you can select booting from NAND/SD. For installing QtMoko to NAND
please check this  ("Step 12 - jffs2") and this .
It would be nice if someone could test this version on GTA04A04.
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