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04-28-2012 11:13 PM
The audiomixer.h listed a set of input channel related functions:
But 'Speaker' , "Headphone', and 'A2DP' channels all reported t not to have INPUT support (from the audiodevice_detailed_t ). Are those input related functions are real? If yes, then they apply to which audio channel(s)?
Also, in the system setting for Sounds and Notification, there is a on/off toggle for the Headphone Audio Boost. Does anyone know how it this done using any of the published ndk API? Thanks.
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04-30-2012 12:36 PM
The audiomixer input functions apply to those channels for which audiodevice_details_t.input is true, e.g. HEADSET, HANDSET, BTSCO (bluetooth headset), etc.
There is no way to adjust the Headphone Audio Boost from the NDK. It is a user option only.