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No Sound on Thinkerboard Asus
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(10-19-2017, 02:15 PM)Jay Smith Wrote:
(10-19-2017, 01:14 PM)waheedrafiq Wrote: Hi Guys sorry for the long delay in replying back this was due to me completing my final year of my degree course.

Okay since I install the latest version of the Asus Tinker Board  Latest version v2.0.1 - Debian stretch based. 2017/08/21 OS 

my sound problem has now been fix and it works like a dream 

What was the fix for your audio?  Please share.

My fix was upgrading the OS version from 1.01 to  V2.0.1  this seem to have fix my audio issue
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#22
(10-19-2017, 03:07 PM)waheedrafiq Wrote:
(10-19-2017, 02:15 PM)Jay Smith Wrote:
(10-19-2017, 01:14 PM)waheedrafiq Wrote: Hi Guys sorry for the long delay in replying back this was due to me completing my final year of my degree course.

Okay since I install the latest version of the Asus Tinker Board  Latest version v2.0.1 - Debian stretch based. 2017/08/21 OS 

my sound problem has now been fix and it works like a dream 

What was the fix for your audio?  Please share.

My fix was upgrading the OS version from 1.01 to  V2.0.1  this seem to have fix my audio issue

That's good.  Just a simple upgrade.

You can find some fixes for various issues here.
https://tinkerboarding.co.uk/forum/threa...t=tinkeros
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#23
a method of enabling audio over hdmi in tinkerOS. Open near the clock in the tray sound settings
there is a playback tab shows which application is using which port outputs the sound. I choose rockchip.miniarm-codec analog stereo (very nontrivial no word about hdmi which is not an analog method transmits sound) and voila sound poured from the speakers connected in the port at back side of the monitor. Probably on each application where the sound is necessary it is necessary to choose port by this method. Maybe there's an easier way to explicitly specify in linux what the default output sound but I don't remember yet.

Well, on android there were no problems at all.
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