Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-18 Thread Chris Samuel
On Wednesday 18 March 2009, Radek Polak wrote: did you built it yourself or are you using binary from somewhere? I think he's using the latest (as I write) snapbuild from here: http://trac.karadog.net/qt-extended-improved/wiki/SnapBuilds -- Chris Samuel : http://www.csamuel.org/ :

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-18 Thread Franky Van Liedekerke
On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 12:37 PM, Chris Samuel ch...@csamuel.org wrote: On Wednesday 18 March 2009, Radek Polak wrote: did you built it yourself or are you using binary from somewhere? I think he's using the latest (as I write) snapbuild from here:

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-18 Thread Ian
On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 10:52 PM, Franky Van Liedekerke liede...@telenet.be wrote: On Wed, Mar 18, 2009 at 12:37 PM, Chris Samuel ch...@csamuel.org wrote: On Wednesday 18 March 2009, Radek Polak wrote: did you built it yourself or are you using binary from somewhere? I think he's using the

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-17 Thread Ian
Seems that this hasn't yet been 100% solved. I'm using QT Extended Improved 20090316 and my friend reported hearing bad echo when he called me today. I'm pretty sure that it was the first call since boot, so it's likely that none of the places in the code that the echo suppression is activated had

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-17 Thread Radek Polak
Seems that this hasn't yet been 100% solved. I'm using QT Extended Improved 20090316 and my friend reported hearing bad echo when he called me today. I'm pretty sure that it was the first call since boot, so it's likely that none of the places in the code that the echo suppression is

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-12 Thread Joerg Reisenweber
Am Do 12. März 2009 schrieb Al Johnson: I can see the patch setting %N0187 when making a call, waking, initialising etc. but not when answering a call. It seems like it needs adding there too to fix this for some people. AFAIK we never did find out why the echo/nr settings are persistent

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-11 Thread Al Johnson
I can see the patch setting %N0187 when making a call, waking, initialising etc. but not when answering a call. It seems like it needs adding there too to fix this for some people. AFAIK we never did find out why the echo/nr settings are persistent for some people and not for others. On

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-11 Thread Chris Samuel
On Wednesday 11 March 2009, HouYu Li wrote: Just had a test, when someone call my freerunner, he or she still can hear the echo. but when calling someone from my freerunner, no echo. That's weird, as on QtE 4.4.2 I've had no reports of that when people are calling me. I couldn't figure out

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-11 Thread Chris Samuel
On Thursday 12 March 2009, Al Johnson wrote: I can see the patch setting %N0187 when making a call, waking, initialising etc. but not when answering a call. Yup, I agree, I just can't find anything in the OpenMoko library that gets called at that point where I can insert it! -- Chris

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-11 Thread Chris Samuel
On Thursday 12 March 2009, Chris Samuel wrote: I couldn't figure out where to insert that AT command when a call was received I've just sent a patch to the list that inserts those AT commands when we process a CNAP message from the network, which is hopefully an incoming call. Completely

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-10 Thread Chris Samuel
On Tuesday 10 March 2009, HouYu Li wrote: The binary with your echo suppression patch is now available at http://dashi-x02.karadog.net/~lihouyu/qtextended/snapbuild/. build 20090310. Wow, that's fast work! Thanks! Have you tried the 4.4.3 version out yet ? -- Chris Samuel :

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-10 Thread Filip Onkelinx
HouYu Li, was the FR suspended when you received the call (i.e. did the call wake your FR), or was it on ? Filip. On Tue, 10 Mar 2009 15:08:58 +0100, HouYu Li kara...@gmail.com wrote: Just had a test, when someone call my freerunner, he or she still can hear the echo. but when calling

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-10 Thread andrew howlett
Hi Chris, Thanks for the update. I've been using the 4.4.2 patch against 4.4.3 source with no compile problems and no echo since 4.4.3 was released last week. Hats off and many thanks for fixing the echo/noise reduction problems. andrew howlett, owen sound, canada. Chris Samuel wrote:

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-10 Thread HouYu Li
My freerunner is awake when I receive call. On Tue, Mar 10, 2009 at 11:11 PM, andrew howlett and...@howlett.net wrote: Hi Chris, Thanks for the update. I've been using the 4.4.2 patch against 4.4.3 source with no compile problems and no echo since 4.4.3 was released last week. Hats off

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-09 Thread HouYu Li
OK. I have committed your patch to my main repository. Now building binaries. On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 8:21 PM, Chris Samuel ch...@csamuel.org wrote: The original Qt Extended 4.4.3 initially set both echo suppression and noise reduction in separate AT commands which might result in the second

Re: [PATCH] Added echo suppression fixes for the OpenMoko Neo phone.

2009-03-09 Thread HouYu Li
The binary with your echo suppression patch is now available at http://dashi-x02.karadog.net/~lihouyu/qtextended/snapbuild/. build 20090310. On Mon, Mar 9, 2009 at 9:31 PM, HouYu Li kara...@gmail.com wrote: OK. I have committed your patch to my main repository. Now building binaries. On