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SubjectRe: omap4-droid4: voice call support was Re: [PATCHv5,5/5] ARM: dts: omap4-droid4: add soundcard
Hi!

> > > My understanding is, that we only need to replace the audio-graph-card
> > > driver to something more complex. The VOICE DAI needs to be configured
> > > differently based on the use case:
> > >
> > > call:
> > > * mode=i2s
> > > * freq=26000000
> > > * samprate=16000 or samprate=8000
> >
> > Ok, lets ignore bluetooth for now. There is "normal" mode, and then
> > there's "call" mode, right? Where's "normal" mode configured?
>
> mcbsp3_port: port {
> cpu_dai3: endpoint {
> dai-format = "dsp_a";
> frame-master = <&cpcap_audio_codec1>;
> bitclock-master = <&cpcap_audio_codec1>;
> remote-endpoint = <&cpcap_audio_codec1>;
> };
> };

Hmm. Can't tell mode and freq here easily. Does it default to i2s /
26000000?

> > Could we simply always configure the VOICE DAI in the call mode? Yes,
> > it would limit samplerates to 8 or 16k, but .. that's not too
> > important limitation for voice codec...?
>
> I think we could configure "normal" mode to use the same settings
> as call mode. But ASoC will disable CPCAP, since there will be no
> active user without ASoC knowing about the modem.

Ok, but then we can just start playback/recording with the call, and
everything should work, no?

But Motorola code seems to do different magic according to modem type,
so things may not be as easy.

if (pdata->voice_type == VOICE_TYPE_STE) {
/* STE_M570 */
ret = cpcap_audio_reg_write(codec, 2, 0xAE06);
if (rate == 16000)
ret |= cpcap_audio_reg_write(codec, 1, 0x8720);
else
ret |= cpcap_audio_reg_write(codec, 1, 0x8120);
} else if (pdata->voice_type == VOICE_TYPE_QC) {
/* MDM6600 */
ret = cpcap_audio_reg_write(codec, 2, 0xAE02);
if (rate == 16000) {
ret |= cpcap_audio_reg_write(codec, 1, 0x6720);
} else {
ret |= cpcap_audio_reg_write(codec, 1, 0x6120);
}


> > > "audio-graph-card" is not capable of doing this. I was planning to
> > > try "audio-graph-scu-card" in combination with adding codecs for the
> > > modem and BT to DT. If that does not work we need a Droid 4 specific
> > > soundcard driver.
> > >
> > > Either way "audio-graph-card" is not the correct driver for D4. I
> > > added it nevertheless, since it gets audio working for now and there
> > > is no risk of DT breakage. Old *.dtb will continue to work with the
> > > "audio-graph-card" even after we switch to something else.
> >
> > Well, you'll still cause regressions when you change the dts, as
> > people will have wrong .config for new dts.
>
> That's correct, the .config needs to change. I think that's
> ok, because the only alternative is having no audio support
> at all until the soundcard driver is ready. This means, that
> you also need to change .config once its ready (in case you
> want to use it).

Ok, another problem seems to be that spaces in audio device name seem
to confuse the userland.

Aha, here:

user@devuan:~$ cat /proc/asound/cards
0 [H58006000encode]: HDMI_58006000_e - HDMI 58006000.encoder
HDMI 58006000.encoder
1 [Audio ]: Droid_4_Audio - Droid 4 Audio
Droid 4 Audio

See how the card is refered simply as "Audio"? Same thing then happens
in alsa "state" file:

state.Audio {
control.1 {

.

Best regards,

Pavel
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