The desktop integration is not up to pulseaudio, reassigning to KDE

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  KDE doesn't prompt whether headphones or a headset is plugged in

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Bug description:
  As a follow-up from:

  I have a Dell XPS 7590 with a combined headset jack. As I understood
  from the previous ticket 1876056, when on Ubuntu you plug in
  something, it will prompt you what you plugged in: either a headset or
  headphones. Kubuntu doesn't do this. This means that it will never
  automatically switch to the headset microphone when I plug it in, even
  though I never ever use headphones on this laptop.

  So it would be great if Kubuntu would prompt me what I plugged in and
  allow me to either select every time or select the default option when
  I plug something in.

  For now I'm working around this by adding

  [Jack Headphone Mic]
  state.plugged = no
  state.unplugged = unknown

  [Jack Headset Mic]
  state.plugged = no
  state.unplugged = unknown

  to /usr/share/pulseaudio/alsa-mixer/paths/analog-input-internal-
  mic.conf but after each update of pulseaudio this file gets reverted.
  And it's not really user friendly.

  I'm really not sure against what package I should report this - please
  correct me if this should be more specific (e.g. phonon or kde
  multimedia). I wouldn't know which part this would be.

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