[Gta04-owner] [Community] [Announce] Goldelico Replicant Testing Snapshot (2015.06)

L. B. lionel.broche at gmail.com
Sun Aug 16 19:15:59 CEST 2015


ok, here is the follow-up:

- after rebooting, I managed to send a message.
- I do not receive messages or phone calls, though the caller hears the
tone when calling me

Unfortunately that makes too many problems for me to test it during work
days. Are there any logs that I can post to help?

Lionel

On 16 August 2015 at 14:06, L. B. <lionel.broche at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I've been trying the latest image:
> - I do experience the same problems as mentioned in this thread with the
> outgoing sound
> - the workaround did not work for me, i'll try to fiddle around and see if
> similar things can do the trick
> - recording works well when not related to telephony, as expected
> - when calling my message centre, I can select an option by using the dial
> at the first question. subsequent questions from the centre do not react to
> dialing. I cannot hang up either.
> - I can receive text messages but so far I haven't succeeded to send one
> (though this may be a problem from my provider, they sometime take a few
> days...)
>
> I'll keep you updated if I find a workaround for the sound, too.
>
> Lionel
>
>
> On 13 August 2015 at 17:00, Lukas Maerdian <luk at slyon.de> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>>
>> I've just had another look at the hwrouting microphone problem. And I
>> think I've found a workaround: Go to the Voice/Sound Recorder App and
>> record for a few seconds. Afterwards, the in-call voice is working for
>> me in both directions. This workaround seems to be needed, once after
>> every (re-)boot.
>>
>> Can you please check with your GTA04A4s, if you can confirm this
>> situation? In the meanwhile I'm trying to find the root cause of this
>> problem.
>>
>> Best,
>>   Lukas
>>
>> Am 25.07.2015 um 23:11 schrieb Lukas Maerdian:
>> > Am 25.07.2015 um 21:46 schrieb Adrien Dorsaz:
>> >> Hello,
>> >>
>> >> Le vendredi 24 juillet 2015 à 11:51 +0200, Lukas Maerdian a écrit :
>> >>>
>> >>> If you want to have a look though, you can grep for "TinyALSA", i.e.:
>> >>>   adb logcat | grep TinyALSA
>> >>
>> >> I've tried to use the Android's Voice recorder and I had these logs:
>> >>
>> >>         ######## Voice Recorder
>> >>         ## Capture "adb logcat | grep -i alsa"
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Input(   83):
>> audio_hw_open_input_stream(0x42062a68, -2147483644, 0x40f86a14, 0x40f86a00)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Mixer(   83):
>> tinyalsa_mixer_get_input_props(0x42062b18)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Mixer(   83):
>> tinyalsa_mixer_set_input_state(1)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Mixer(   83): Setting TX1 Capture Route to
>> Analog
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Mixer(   83): Setting TX1 Digital Capture
>> Volume to 12
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Mixer(   83): Setting Analog Capture Volume
>> to 5
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Mixer(   83):
>> tinyalsa_mixer_set_device(80000004)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Mixer(   83): Setting Analog Left Main Mic
>> Capture Switch to on
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Input(   83): audio_in_standby(0x420722c0)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Input(   83): audio_in_standby(0x420722c0)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Input(   83):
>> audio_in_set_parameters(0x420722c0, input_source=1;routing=-2147483644)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Output(   83): audio_out_standby(0x42065a28)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Input(   83): audio_in_standby(0x420722c0)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Input(   83):
>> audio_hw_close_input_stream(0x420722c0)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Mixer(   83):
>> tinyalsa_mixer_set_input_state(0)
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Mixer(   83): Setting Analog Left Main Mic
>> Capture Switch to off
>> >>         D/TinyALSA-Audio Output(   83): audio_out_standby(0x42065a28)
>> >>
>> >>         ## Playing the just captured sound
>> >>         No log, no issues.
>> >>
>> >> Although, I've noticed these behavior: the 8 first seconds of the
>> >> capture, I hear a loud Larsen effect and if I speak during this time,
>> it
>> >> seems like nothing was recorded except the Larsen. But after these 8
>> >> seconds, every thing comes back to the normal (no more Larsen) and I
>> can
>> >> record correctly my voice.
>> >>
>> >> Unfortunately, I had nothing more than these logs during the record and
>> >> nothing appears in logs when the Larsen effect stops (even in the
>> >> dmesg).
>> >>
>> >> For my build issue, it appears that the first time I've built I've
>> >> forgot to apply the "zconf.h" soft link. I had to "make clean" before
>> >> being able to build correctly the bootimage and replicant.
>> >>
>> >> Now, I have one last issue with the build : as I build as user,
>> >> everything has the "1000:1000" permissions and so, even with the "tar
>> >> --numeric-owner -pxvf" command I get bad permissions for Android (it
>> >> seems that the Replicant installation script fixes the permission after
>> >> the SDcard creation, I need to check it).
>> >
>> > Yes, some permissions are fixed in the mkrootfs.sh script [1], which can
>> > be found in the goldelico/scripts/ folder of your build env.
>> >
>> > BR,
>> >   Lukas
>> >
>> > [1]
>> >
>> http://git.goldelico.com/?p=gta04-replicant.git;a=blob;f=scripts/mkrootfs.sh;hb=HEAD
>> >
>> >
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