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@ "lucize" When you have time can you make a revamped JBX 4.3 kernel with aokp+cm10.2 roms in mind?Cause with that said i think i could upgrade my phone from stock to 4.3 as my daily driver.Kitkat seems to be really locked down when it comes to app compatibility's.
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Its stable on resurrection remix 4.4.2
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Any updates on finding the culprit?Also do you have any plans on updating your kernel to address this issue?
I have finally found the issue with distorted bluetooth SCO output. It's not a kernel issue at all!
The closed-source Motorola audio-blob is returning wrong values when sending speech to bluetooth-devices, causing the rest of the system to freak out. CM actually uses the return-value to determine if everything has been correctly played back, which cannot work if the value is wrong.

I have now wrapped the binary blob and modify the return value if this happens: http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/63328/

Please grab the wrapper for your phone from: http://droid.cs.fau.de/cm-11.0/test/audio/

Copy it to /system/lib/hw/ (permissions 644, -rw-r--r--, root:root) and reboot the device. After that it should work.

If anything goes wrong just delete the file again or reflash your current ROM.

Please reply if it does, so I know it's safe to push the publish-button to get that into the CM builds.

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I have finally found the issue with distorted bluetooth SCO output. It's not a kernel issue at all!
The closed-source Motorola audio-blob is returning wrong values when sending speech to bluetooth-devices, causing the rest of the system to freak out. CM actually uses the return-value to determine if everything has been correctly played back, which cannot work if the value is wrong.

I have now wrapped the binary blob and modify the return value if this happens: http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/63328/

Please grab the wrapper for your phone from: http://droid.cs.fau.de/cm-11.0/test/audio/

Copy it to /system/lib/hw/ (permissions 644, -rw-r--r--, root:root) and reboot the device. After that it should work.

If anything goes wrong just delete the file again or reflash your current ROM.

Please reply if it does, so I know it's safe to push the publish-button to get that into the CM builds.

Regards,
Michael
When i get a chance i will look into it, Thank you.
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Hi,



I have finally found the issue with distorted bluetooth SCO output. It's not a kernel issue at all!
The closed-source Motorola audio-blob is returning wrong values when sending speech to bluetooth-devices, causing the rest of the system to freak out. CM actually uses the return-value to determine if everything has been correctly played back, which cannot work if the value is wrong.

I have now wrapped the binary blob and modify the return value if this happens: http://review.cyanogenmod.org/#/c/63328/

Please grab the wrapper for your phone from: http://droid.cs.fau.de/cm-11.0/test/audio/

Copy it to /system/lib/hw/ (permissions 644, -rw-r--r--, root:root) and reboot the device. After that it should work.

If anything goes wrong just delete the file again or reflash your current ROM.

Please reply if it does, so I know it's safe to push the publish-button to get that into the CM builds.

Regards,
Michael
I tested this on slimkat's latest night and I confirm it works . I still need to test with other roms.

Update: i repacked this into cyanfox latest nightly and i confirm it was not working, however i think it has something to do with cyanfox coding and googlenow.Still testing other roms.

Update:Works with carbonroms latest nightly it addressed the issue,i had to repacked your fix into the latest nightly and all is well.

Do you want me to test on any other roms?Anything specific?Other then that it seems to be stable to me.
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I tested this on slimkat's latest night and I confirm it works . I still need to test with other roms.

Update: i repacked this into cyanfox latest nightly and i confirm it was not working, however i think it has something to do with cyanfox coding and googlenow.Still testing other roms.

Update:Works with carbonroms latest nightly it addressed the issue,i had to repacked your fix into the latest nightly and all is well.

Do you want me to test on any other roms?Anything specific?Other then that it seems to be stable to me.
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Bumping, day 2 now using your fix on carbonrom and everything seems super stable, i have not experienced and glitches as of yet.
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