[Letux-kernel] Fixing Audio driver

H. Nikolaus Schaller hns at goldelico.com
Wed May 22 19:53:14 CEST 2019


> Am 22.05.2019 um 19:28 schrieb Michael Mrozek <EvilDragon at openpandora.org>:
> Well, audio is MOSTLY working, but needs a bit more work.
> Maybe someone here does know where that stuff is defined and where you can fix
> it.
> We've done these tests with hns' image with Letux Kernel 4.19.
> What is the issue:
> ALSA reports 7 output devices. Accessing some of them leads to a kernel lock.

Some are additional sound cards for:
* bluetooth audio
* LTE modem voice channel

These do not work if the respective clock is missing. This is not yet debugged
and therefore never did work.

Maybe the device tree definitions are not (and never were) exactly correct (clock
polarity or source for example or chip select). There may also be issues in the
mcbsp driver.

I have no running Pyra with me so I can't check, but I think "aplay -l" reports
the device names.

> One of the outputs is the headset port - and that one plays audio smoothly
> without any issues, crackles, anything. It properly works!
> However, speaker output does not work.

Speaker ootput is the same alsa device as the headset. But the other two of 4 channels.

The /root/twl script does some magic remixing the audio file contents to 4 channels.

> Due to the fact that the speakers don't work, we have a lot of weird output
> devices and the headset works fine, our guess is that the devices are not
> properly setup in the TWL-Driver / boardfiles / whereever.
> Does anyone know where this is all setup?

The key problem is the twl6040 driver and aess extensions. And the mcbsp/pdm


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