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yes I have but still the same problem :confused: thanks anyway :)

So just to clarify:
Xperia XZ1 you can't hear people during a phone call.
The 20 second sound bug is fixed?

I try to address the issues this weekend, maybe i will do a whole overhaul for the devices with platform MSM8998, SDM845 and MSM8996.

SM8150 works confirmed fine.
SM8250 works also fine (confirmed by me 😁)

So I will fix the bugs first 😊
 
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Not these two problems still exist
So just to clarify:
Xperia XZ1 you can't hear people during a phone call.
The 20 second sound bug is fixed?

I try to address the issues this weekend, maybe i will do a whole overhaul for the devices with platform MSM8998, SDM845 and MSM8996.

SM8150 works confirmed fine.
SM8250 works also fine (confirmed by me 😁)

So I will fix the bugs first 😊
Not these two problems still exist.
And ok thanks I will wait for fixing the bugs :giggle:
 
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So just to clarify:
Xperia XZ1 you can't hear people during a phone call.
The 20 second sound bug is fixed?

I try to address the issues this weekend, maybe i will do a whole overhaul for the devices with platform MSM8998, SDM845 and MSM8996.

SM8150 works confirmed fine.
SM8250 works also fine (confirmed by me 😁)

So I will fix the bugs first 😊
SDM845 works fine also tested by me on v1.3.6 with my xperia 1 on A11.. Confirm that also.
 
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By the way, I took a look at the new Xperia 1III firmware and it seems like Sony is bringing an equalizer back.
Further I was able to port all qualcomm sound effects to the kona platform.

Also be aware that I have configured the audio as I see fit. So be welcome to give me your opinion, especially if you want to increase the bass output.

So stay tuned and have a nice day.
 
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By the way, I took a look at the new Xperia 1III firmware and it seems like Sony is bringing an equalizer back.
Further I was able to port all qualcomm sound effects to the kona platform.

Also be aware that I have configured the audio as I see fit. So be welcome to give me your opinion, especially if you want to increase the bass output.

So stay tuned and have a nice day.
Oh yes please bring it our xperia 1 bro ^^
 

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okay, i try first, so this is update from v.1.4.0 sir ?

thank you

No not a real update, I simply addressed the issues I found in the logs 😉

- removed one '[' from service.sh which was there accidentally
- turned 'dig_core_collapse' back on (explanation:
turning off can improve the sound, but it can also cause no sound bugs, especially after a reboot with less then 40% battery, or sometimes just random. It's a Qualcomm power saving function)

With a app like Kernel Auditor or Exkernel Manager you can control it on the fly.

/sys/module/snd_soc_wcd9335/parameters/dig_core_collapse_enable

Simply turn it with 1 on, with a 0 off.
 
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    I proudly presents you:


    Xnext™ WalkMan



    This modification is made to give the best possible audio experience on Sony Xperia Devices.

    Unique features

    • ALSA custom sound control, crosscompiled with Qualcomm Compiler
    • updated opus, vorbis and flac codecs
    • stripped audio effects, for reduced audio processing (and better sound performance)
    • 32bit / 96.0khz (Xperia 1ii / 5ii)
    • 24bit / 96.0khz (all other devices)
    • everything is logged, you can check what this modification is doing ( /system/usr/share/alsa/debug )
      • execute with a terminal as root:
        • check ( audioflinger dump )
        • test.sh ( place a wave audio file on your internal storage, name it test.wav, then execute the script, this will play your file direct via aplay )
        • you can also use aplay, arecord, alsactl, amixer alsaucm directly, if you are familiar with it ( if you mess something up - its your own fault, but you can ask for help anyway )
    • custom Dolby Atmos configuration
    • audio output power is greatly improved, so be careful with the volume

    Devices

    ALL SONY Device's with following Platforms / CPU's

    • MSM8996 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 (msmthulium)
    • MSM8998 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 (tasha)
    • SDM845 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (napali)
    • SM8150 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 855 (msmnile)
    • SM8250 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 865 (kona)

    Included:
    • Sony Xperia 5 II
    • Sony Xperia 1
    • Sony Xperia 5
    • Sony Xperia XZP
    • Sony Xperia 1 II
    • Sony Xperia XZ1
    • Sony Xperia XZ2
    • Sony Xperia XZ3
    • Sony Xperia XZ
    • ......


    You need to have magisk. In case you're running into problems, update your magisk.

    This modification is designed in a way that you can try to use it with any device. Please post after the first reboot the files in:

    /system/usr/share/alsa/debug

    With this debug files it is possible for me to improve the support for your device.

    Please leave a comment.



    Changelog


    v1.0.0 [alpha]

    • 96.0khz / 24bit int up to 384.0khz / 32bit int
    • reduced audio processing
    • increased volume
    • natural, linear sound

    v1.0.0 [beta]

    • Full functional cross compiled alsa interface

    v1.1.0 [beta]

    • 96.0khz / 32bit int
    • better support for Xperia 1 / 5
    • slightly reduced volume for better sound quality

    v1.3.1 [RC 1]

    • improved code for Xperia 1/5
    • Added support for XZP
    • XZP audio output via headphones set to 24bit / 96khz
    • bug fixes

    v1.3.1 [RC 2-4]

    • internal updates
    • bug fixes

    v1.3.1 [RC 5]

    • Update Dolby Atmos

    v1.3.1 [RC 6] Stable Release

    • Update for Android 11
    • Dolby Atmos Update no longer necessary
    • Important changes for functionality under Android 11

    v1.3.2 Release Version

    • Multi SDK Support, from 26 - 30
    • Multi Device Support :
    • SM8250 (kona)
    • SM8150 (msmnile)
    • MSM8998 (tasha)
    • MSM8996
    • SDM845
    • Only Sony Devices are officially supported
    • Kona: Dolby Atmos configuration improvements, all libraries updated to aarch64 only

    v1.3.3 Release Version

    • CRITICAL BUG FIX, please update as soon as possible

    v1.3.4 Non-Release Version

    • Dolby Atmos FIX

    v1.3.5

    • Installation optimization
    v1.3.6
    • Xperia 1 Mic fix
    v1.3.7
    • Bug fixes
    v1.4 stable
    • stable, reworked for MSM8996, MSM8998
    • Multiple bug fixes
    • No sound fix Xperia XZ

    INSTALL

    • Flash via Magisk, reboot, enjoy
    • check /system/usr/share/alsa/debug for logs



    Downloads

    v1.4



    Old Stable

    v1.3.1 RC 6







    Disclaimer
    This Software is provided "AS IS" and any express or implied warranties, including, but not limited to, the Implied warranties of merchantability , fitness for a particular purpose and non-infringement are disclaimed.
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    The Xperia XZ uses MSM8996 Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.
    So it is supported. If you encounter any bugs, please report them back, so so I can fix them.
    Works very nice on XZ. Have no any problem. Thanks for your work. (y)😎
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    Does it work on XZ ?

    The Xperia XZ uses MSM8996 Qualcomm Snapdragon 820.
    So it is supported. If you encounter any bugs, please report them back, so so I can fix them.
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    V1.3.8 fixed nothing bro.. Again mic problwm on xperia 1 A11 please fix it @[email protected] the last v1.3.6 what you send on telegram is all good.
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    Latest version does work on xz1 compact? Thanks
    • msm8996 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 820
    • msm8998 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
    • sdm845 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 845
    • sm8150 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 855
    • sm8250 - Qualcomm Snapdragon 865
    Above you can find a list of all supported platforms / cpu's.

    You're device uses the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, so short answer: It's supported, like I promised 😉

    Have a nice day 😊