Re: [Alsa-user] Android Pixel C in MIDI mode not creating a alsa seq port

2020-05-21 Thread Stefan Sauer
On 19.05.20 18:16, Stefan Sauer wrote: was there anything helpful in the -v output. Any idea what to try next? Enable some debug output? Stefan > On 19.05.20 08:16, Clemens Ladisch via Alsa-user wrote: >> Stefan Sauer wrote: >>> idProduct=5209 is the Pixel C as a midi device, 520a is when it

Re: [Alsa-user] Android Pixel C in MIDI mode not creating a alsa seq port

2020-05-19 Thread Stefan Sauer
On 19.05.20 08:16, Clemens Ladisch via Alsa-user wrote: > Stefan Sauer wrote: >> idProduct=5209 is the Pixel C as a midi device, 520a is when it connects >> as MTP. > Your lsusb output showed 520a. Was it supposed to be in MIDI mode at > that time? > > Please show the output of "lsusb -d 18d1:5209

Re: [Alsa-user] Android Pixel C in MIDI mode not creating a alsa seq port

2020-05-19 Thread Clemens Ladisch via Alsa-user
Stefan Sauer wrote: > idProduct=5209 is the Pixel C as a midi device, 520a is when it connects > as MTP. Your lsusb output showed 520a. Was it supposed to be in MIDI mode at that time? Please show the output of "lsusb -d 18d1:5209 -v". Regards, Clemens

Re: [Alsa-user] Android Pixel C in MIDI mode not creating a alsa seq port

2020-05-18 Thread Stefan Sauer
On 18.05.20 17:25, Clemens Ladisch via Alsa-user wrote: > Stefan Sauer wrote: >> If I use my pixel c tablet, the alsa device is recognized (it shows >> up in /proc/asound/ and also creates a midi0 entry) > Does it show up in the output of "amidi -l"? > > Is the ID 5209 or 520a? Your logs show

Re: [Alsa-user] Android Pixel C in MIDI mode not creating a alsa seq port

2020-05-18 Thread Clemens Ladisch via Alsa-user
Stefan Sauer wrote: > If I use my pixel c tablet, the alsa device is recognized (it shows > up in /proc/asound/ and also creates a midi0 entry) Does it show up in the output of "amidi -l"? Is the ID 5209 or 520a? Your logs show both. Regards, Clemens

[Alsa-user] Android Pixel C in MIDI mode not creating a alsa seq port

2020-05-17 Thread Stefan Sauer
hi, most recent andoid phone let you connect it to a computer via USB and select the USB mode. The modes also contain midi. This e.g. allows to run a midi controller on the phone/table as a control surface for music software. If it do this with a pixel 3 phone it all works, but since it is a