If I understand correctly, it's not so easy : the problems are for 
others personns.
- you have to give the phone to somebody,
- ask him to go away
- call him
- ssh remotely into your phone.
- ask him to speak while you use alsamixer don't forget to give him a book).

and this, if you can ssh remotely.
Else, you have to ssh from another computer to the computer on wich the 
phone is plugged via usb.
So Easy ...

What I don't understand is why the settings have to be phone dependant.
If I'm not wrong, this settings depends not of the phone but of the gsm 
If it's true, maybe we may add a wiki page depending on the operator, 
isn't it ?
And if it's true, why not add gsm event that, on connect will choose the 
appropriate .state file depending on wich operator is currently in use ?


Daniel Selinger a écrit :
> Sry, but saying alsamixer is unuseable was a damn ugly lie ^^
> In fact it is extremely helpfull to experiment with the settings while a
> phone call is active and the other person can tell you if it get's
> better.
> 1. SSH into the Phone (Info about that on the wiki)
> 2. start alsamixer.
> Make a call to someone (you notice all controls change, thats when
> the gsmhandset.state file is loaded) - fiddle around with the mentioned
> settings until you have what you want.
> 3. exit alsamixer
> 4. call 'alsactl store -f gsmhandsetnew.state'
> 5. you can now diff the files and do whatever you want ^^
> 6. If you want to apply them for every call just rename
> gsmhandsetnew.state to gsmhandset.state and backup the old file.
> The controls have the same names within alsamixer, just without the
> Volume if a recall correctly. The only thing i couldn't find in
> alsamixer was Mic2 Capture Volume, but i'm quite sure i just didn't
> look for it enough.
> rgds Daniel
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