Audio Problems (Om2008.12)
abs407 at nyu.edu
Sat Apr 18 02:54:00 CEST 2009
Hey, Thanks for the quick reply:
As far as alsa goes, I've tried restoring the state files while on a call under Debian and SHR (and tried a few different ones I found suggested around here), and still the same thing. qTopia produced an amazingly high-pitched sound whenever I tried to call someone (something with mic feedback, I believe).
I shall give FSO a shot later...but from the looks of it, it'll be exactly the same.
Am Sa 18. April 2009 schrieb Andrew Stone:
> I just got my Sim Card into my Freerunner, and when I tried to place a call,
I got no audio...whatsoever. Opening up alsa (that was fun...), I adjusted
everything around, and I could only get the bottom speakers on. I changed
some of the *.state files as suggested in the wiki and a few online posts
(ie. I downloaded and tried them), and the same thing...only the bottom
speakers would work -- no earpiece.
> I adjusted the volume (during a call) with pymixer and alsa, and still
> When I plug in my headphones, the audio is forwarded to them, and the
volume/quality is just fine. When I put it on speaker phone, the volume and
quality there are just fine, too. I only cannot get any sound out of the
earpiece in the handset.
> I booted into debian on the phone, and I used speaker-test to run noise
through all of the speakers, and I could get audio, again, everywhere but the
> Could this just be a faulty speaker in the handset?
might be a possible cause. Anyway adjusting all the mixer controls the right
way is rather difficult.
So I'd ask you to do the following
ssh in to FR
establish a call
from ssh console execute
alsactl -f /usr/share/openmoko/scenarios/gsmhandset.state restore
please make sure you haven't edited gsmhandset.state. Check if sound from
earpiece speaker starts working.
You also might want to check with another distri, like FSO e.g.
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