Re: Nokia wired headsets compatibility

2008-08-27 Thread David Pottage

On Mon, August 25, 2008 10:52 pm, Alberto Morales wrote:
 Hi,

 In this page at the wiki [1] describes the pinout of the headset
 connector. It also says that the four-ring 2.5mm stereo jack is used by
 motorola smartphones and the v-360. Both motorola smartphones and v-360
 are very difficult to get in stores because v-360 is more than three
 years old. I've spend today three hours in a dozen stores in my city and
 i only found one, new but in very bad state, and very expensive (~25
 eur).

 [1] http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Headset

 Some new nokia mobiles have the same kind of connector. This wiki page
 [2] says that the nokia 3.5-2.5 adapters doesn't work, but says nothing
 about nokia headsets. Some nokia headset model numbers with the same
 plug are: HS-45/AD-54, WH-700, HS-44/AD-44, HS-47, HS-40. Have you tried
 any of these on the Neo?

I have one of those Nokia headsets (Came with my E51).

It does not work properly. When connected to the Neo, I only get sound it
one ear, and it is not very loud. I have not tested the microphone
support.

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Re: Nokia wired headsets compatibility

2008-08-27 Thread Al Johnson
On Wednesday 27 August 2008, David Pottage wrote:
 On Mon, August 25, 2008 10:52 pm, Alberto Morales wrote:
  Some new nokia mobiles have the same kind of connector. This wiki page
  [2] says that the nokia 3.5-2.5 adapters doesn't work, but says nothing
  about nokia headsets. Some nokia headset model numbers with the same
  plug are: HS-45/AD-54, WH-700, HS-44/AD-44, HS-47, HS-40. Have you tried
  any of these on the Neo?

 I have one of those Nokia headsets (Came with my E51).

 It does not work properly. When connected to the Neo, I only get sound it
 one ear, and it is not very loud. I have not tested the microphone
 support.

2008.8 doesn't switch the alsa state from stereoout.state to headset.state 
when you plug the headset in. Stereoout.state will give sound in one ear of 
the headset while headset.state will give it in both. Can you confirm it's a 
hardware problem rather than the wrong alsa settings?

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Re: Nokia wired headsets compatibility

2008-08-25 Thread Matt Joyce
I tried 4 shops today, looking for an adapter, no luck at all.  Mostly
blank, unknowing stares.

I found/ordered one from ebay, so fingers crossed.
While this does not direcly address your problem, the ebay description
mentioned a dozen or more devices which the adapter was compatiblw
with.
Thet may give you a clue as to what headsets will work.
I'll post the text it later today.

grumble
On a less helpful note, I think it's unhelpful of OM not to either
sell, supply or link to a suitible adapter.
My fault for not researching my options before buying my FR, but who
would have thought the adapter would be so ellusive.  Of course when
the adaptor arrives, what chance of it working (alsa etc).
\grumble



On 8/26/08, Alberto Morales [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hi,

 In this page at the wiki [1] describes the pinout of the headset
 connector. It also says that the four-ring 2.5mm stereo jack is used by
 motorola smartphones and the v-360. Both motorola smartphones and v-360
 are very difficult to get in stores because v-360 is more than three
 years old. I've spend today three hours in a dozen stores in my city and
 i only found one, new but in very bad state, and very expensive (~25
 eur).

 [1] http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Headset

 Some new nokia mobiles have the same kind of connector. This wiki page
 [2] says that the nokia 3.5-2.5 adapters doesn't work, but says nothing
 about nokia headsets. Some nokia headset model numbers with the same
 plug are: HS-45/AD-54, WH-700, HS-44/AD-44, HS-47, HS-40. Have you tried
 any of these on the Neo?

 [2]
 http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Getting_Started_with_your_Neo_FreeRunner#Buttons_and_connectors

 Thanks

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