I'm trying to get the internal mic working on an Inspiron 1525 with the Sigmatel 9228, and hoped that something along this lines might work. Like in your codec, the Pin Complex for the Mic doesn't appear as one of the connections I follow. Here is my codec (using Puppy Linux): codec2.txt The Dell Post-Installer Sigmatel 9228 kext, which gives me more or less everything except for the inputs, has the following nodes for the first PathMapRef: 7 27 24 21 14 (which makes sense to me for the line in, which I haven't been able to test). Following your suggestion, I've tried changing it to each of the following without success: 7 27 24 21 19 7 27 24 19 7 27 19 8 28 25 22 19 8 28 25 19 8 28 19 9 29 26 23 19 9 29 26 19 9 29 19 Any other suggestions? Anything else in the kext that might be relevant aside from just those node ids? Thanks for any ideas you might have...
TMB replied to 99argonaut's topic in General DiscussionCould you provide more details on how to go from the codec dump to the Info.plist edits? I am trying to get the internal mic working on an Inspiron 1525, and when I use v1.20 of the patcher the ConfigData fields of both AppleHDA.kext/Contents/Info.plist and AppleHDA.kext/Contents/PlugIns/AppleHDAController.kext/Contents/Info.plist are blank, so I don't have much to go on. I've been staring at the stac92xx_set_config_regs function of the ALSA source code for a while now hoping it will illuminate itself, but no luck yet. I've attached the codec dump, in case it's useful. Using v1.16 of the patcher, this gives me internal speakers and left headphone jack fine, while using v1.20 it gives me nothing. Thanks for any advice. [TMB] codec2.txt