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Part Number: TLV320AIC3100
We are using this device in our UI for new three family project: Oven, Blast Chiller and Washing machine.We have developed UI that use iMX6 UL from NXP and use the TI TLV320AIC3100 for audio feature, and we are using Kernel Linux 3.14.52 with last version of TI driver for TLV.
When we play a sound after a pause, there is a 'Bump' before the sound itself.We believe we have found the solution by changing the value of some registers.The problem is that, even if we can change the value of the registers, when we play a sound the system resets them to the default value.How can we modify the registers value?
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In reply to Ranieri Zaninotti:
At the moment, TI does not have active Linux driver support for AIC3100 family of devices. We are actively looking into the driver support model based on business needs and will fan this request to the team to see how we can support the same moving forward.
I have not come across the 'bump' sound but it may be related to the driver routines implementation. I will investigate this but as mentioned earlier, we do not have active support model at the moment.
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