lpotter at trolltech.com
Wed Oct 17 22:12:58 CEST 2007
> Really?, could you point me to an rootfs image where this does work.
There should be one at qtopia.net already. But I will make another
snapshot image today.
> When I flashed the Neo with Qtopia I had to restore the alsamixer to the
> state stored in /etc/alsa/gsmhandset.state to get any sound at all
> during a call and that would be without the ringer working. Restoring
> the mixer using the stereoout.state enables the ringer but then disables
> sound during phone calls.
> Any help would be much appreciated as this seems to be a common problem.
> On 10/17/07, * Lorn Potter* <lpotter at trolltech.com
> <mailto:lpotter at trolltech.com>> wrote:
> Dan wrote:
> > Is Qtopia opensource? I can't imagine it would be that hard to write
> > something to monitor the state of the phone and change the mixer
> > accordingly...
> No need to write something. It already exists. This has been part of
> Qtopia Neo since the first preview release for the Neo.
> > On 10/17/07, * Vincenzo Ciaglia* <vincenzo at ciaglia.net
> <mailto:vincenzo at ciaglia.net>
> > <mailto: vincenzo at ciaglia.net <mailto:vincenzo at ciaglia.net>>> wrote:
> > Il giorno mer, 17/10/2007 alle 11.02 +0100, Dan ha scritto:
> > > This is an alsa mixer issue, when you set the mixer to the
> > > state you will find the gsmhandset settings are replaced
> and you
> > won't
> > > be able to hear or speak during a phone call. What needs
> to happen is
> > > the mixer needs to change settings depending on what
> happening on the
> > > phone. My phone is currently bricked at the moment and I
> am waiting
> > > upon a JTAG probe, when I revive it this is the first
> thing I will
> > > look at doing... I hope. Anyone know of some one in the UK
> with a
> > > debug board?
> > Infact when i set the " stereoout.state " setting i can hear the
> > ringtones
> > but i can't hear me while calling. So it's better to have
> vibro for now,
> > for me.
> > Looking forward to have better improvements from the Qtopia's
> team in
> > the near future.
> > Thanks,
> > --
> > Vincenzo Ciaglia, <vincenzo(at)ciaglia(dot)net>
> Lorn 'ljp' Potter
> Software Engineer, Systems Group, MES, Trolltech
Lorn 'ljp' Potter
Software Engineer, Systems Group, MES, Trolltech
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