Author: Merlijn Wajer Date: To: Pavel Machek CC: maemo-leste, Dev Null Subject: Re: [maemo-leste] Phone support on Droid 4
On 04/11/2021 09:38, Pavel Machek wrote: > Hi!
>> Sorry for the delayed reply - I changed how I filter my email and didn't
>> get updates for this sub directory...
> No problem, I was rather busy anyway.
>> On 18/10/2021 22:41, Pavel Machek wrote:
>>> I see bug #27 Call/Phone support was closed with explanation that it
>>> should already work.
>>> I'd really like to get useful phone on either N900 or Droid4. Bug
>>> mentions "sphone" but I could not apt install it, and google search
>>> was not useful, either.
>> sphone should be installable via the -devel repositories. I am not sure
>> if it is fully ready for day-to-day usage, but we'd love to have your
>> eyes on it too.
> Wiki page how to do the switch would be welcome :-), but I'll try to
> figure it out. Do I need to do something special to install the audio
Yeah, we really need a page on -devel. I was somewhat reluctant in the
past not to have every user just switch to -devel and then complain wen
the system breaks. :-)
>> Uvos (in CC) did most of the work so far.
> Thanks a lot!
>>> Is working phone possible on D4 or N900? Where should I look?
>> It is working on the Droid 4, I can confirm. On the N900 it crashes X
>> because it forces rotation, but we're working on getting that resolved
>> (fixing the N900 display drivers)
> I believe there will be more interesting stuff with the N900 in the
> audio parts...
Our recently posted update contains some of the audio work I was doing,
which I think should help a lot on the N900 (if you didn't see the
update yet, it's worth the read - I think I forgot to mail this list
with the update):
But it's not complete yet. There's a bunch to figure out (how
Nemo/Sailfish/Mer) does this.
By the way, the latest Droid4 kernel in -devel also has the headphone
patches from uvos, in combination with a change to pulseaudio system.pa
it now changed audio output automatically on plug and unplug. Add this
Later on we will probably stop using the above module in favour of all
the ohmd and other complex stuff.
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