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SubjectRe: Re: Re: [PATCH 07/17] ASoC: twl6040: Lower the initial gains
On Wed, Sep 21, 2011 at 12:22:26PM +0300, Péter Ujfalusi wrote:

> The implementation in twl6040 looks similar to the one in the wm8350 in
> regards to the ramp code, and caching of the user configured gains.

Yes, it was copied from there.

> If you take a look at the wm8350 driver it is also changing the L/R OUT 1/2
> registers at probe time.
> I don't see any difference in the two.

The key problem here is that you sent a change saying "change the
default volume" with no other context in either the changelog or the
code. If you've got code that's actively managing the volume register
while presenting a nice view to the application layer so that the
register value isn't directly seen in the way it is for standard ASoC
controls that's a very different thing to standard code. I'm not going
to remember the details of everything in every CODEC driver.

> We do have other scenarios covered, but this initialization was missing. This
> resulted that the _first_ playback has pop noise, but all subsequent playbacks
> were fine, since we had the runtime fix for this.

So what you're doing here is really a bug fix for the ramping code.
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