I would like to have a driver for pcm1774 which we can assemble in our SW to be sure that we config it correctly and it is working well.
We don't have any drivers for this part, per se, it just requires a generic I2C driver to control it.
Audio Applications Engineering Manager
Dallas, TX USA
I am in the same situation as Slomi.
I have the PCM1774 connected to i2c in my AM1808 custom board.
This board is working on linux, and I would like to know how to get the PCM1774 working through i2s.
Do I need to init the device in the linux kernel, or will i2s (alsa) find it and be able to use it?
I have already configured some i2c devices in the linux kernel code, but all of them had specific drivers.
Thanks for your help.
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