Daniel Willmann <dan...@openmoko.org> writes:
> Paul Fertser <fercer...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> In the message[1] you say that "bluetooth audio on the gta01 will
>> never work, even with that bluetooth alsa state".
>> Could you please explain what exactly did you mean and what is the
>> actual problem? Were you talking about A2DP or SCO? If SCO, was it SCO
>> over PCM or HCI? If A2DP, what is the difference between gta01 and
>> gta02 in this regard, should it work correctly on gta02 in your
>> opinion?
> Jan Lübbe has recently made a phone call with a bluetooth headset on
> GTA02 and I got A2DP working (though mono) on my GTA01 a while back.
> A2DP should just work since you are not going through the Wolfson chip
> in any way.
> Phone calls via headset is another story and I can't answer that for
> GTA01, but I think we didn't change anything in that area from GTA01 to
> GTA02.

Yes, to the best of my knowledge, there were no changes wrt SCO PCM
between GTA01 and GTA02. The same with USB HCI interface. That's why i
was very surprised to see that message from Lorn.

Still it looks like asoc driver for GTA01 will need to be "backported"
from GTA02, but it's a matter of software, so it can be made to work.

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