Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-29 Thread Daniel Selinger
Ok, to clarify some of the questions in the followups, some additional info, some of it could also be found here: http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Freerunner_Hardware_Issues#Poor_Audio_Quality also with some different tweaks to settings, but the same controls.

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-29 Thread Daniel Selinger
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

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-29 Thread Mike Baroukh
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

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-29 Thread Mikael Berthe
* Mike Baroukh [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-08-29 09:36 +0200]: 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 operator. I don't think so, I'm getting different results when I talk with people using

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-29 Thread Andreas Zuber
Am Freitag, 29. August 2008 07.13:41 schrieb Dale Maggee: Daniel Selinger wrote: I've experimented with alsa settings for the last 3 hours and want to share my experience now. I was doing this on top of QTopia 4.3.2 and it's default gsmhandset.state file. The relevant mixer settings i

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-29 Thread Mav
Daniel Selinger wrote: I've experimented with alsa settings for the last 3 hours and want to share my experience now. I was doing this on top of QTopia 4.3.2 and it's default gsmhandset.state file. Thanks a lot for your trick The echo is now gone on Qtopia 4.3.2 and it's really a

Helping Openmoko distribution team (was: Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.)

2008-08-29 Thread Michael Shiloh
Andreas Zuber wrote: snip I hope this gets fixed in the stable branch now. My tweak link list grows every day. To OpenMoko.. is there a way to help you with the distribution? I don't like the idea of a personal repository for hotfixes like this, i think this should go directly to the

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-29 Thread Al Johnson
On Friday 29 August 2008, Mikael Berthe wrote: * Mike Baroukh [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-08-29 09:36 +0200]: 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 operator. I don't think so, I'm getting

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-29 Thread Daniel Selinger
On Fri, 29 Aug 2008 03:10:39 -0700 (PDT) Mav [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks a lot for your trick The echo is now gone on Qtopia 4.3.2 and it's really a good news As someone said, I can barely hear my correspondant but I guess it's only a tune in the gsmhandset.state (I also tried to

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-28 Thread Mike Montour
Daniel Selinger wrote: This settings removes the echo for the other person completely, at least for my hardware. I didn't hear any buzz either on my final testcalls, could be luck. With those settings, were the two of you still able to easily hear each other talking? Did you test in a quiet

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-28 Thread Dale Maggee
Daniel Selinger wrote: I've experimented with alsa settings for the last 3 hours and want to share my experience now. I was doing this on top of QTopia 4.3.2 and it's default gsmhandset.state file. The relevant mixer settings i found to, in my case completely eliminate the echo for the

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-28 Thread Jean-Eric Cuendet
This settings removes the echo for the other person completely, at least for my hardware. I didn't hear any buzz either on my final testcalls, could be luck. How did you change these settings? With alsamixer? Is there a GUI to change sound propertiers? (kmix like) And just another

Re: Getting rid of echo for callers.

2008-08-28 Thread Sarton O'Brien
On Friday 29 August 2008 15:20:53 Jean-Eric Cuendet wrote: This settings removes the echo for the other person completely, at least for my hardware. I didn't hear any buzz either on my final testcalls, could be luck. How did you change these settings? With alsamixer? Is there a GUI to