Re: [PATCH] ASoC: cs35l56: Workaround for ACPI with broken spk-id-gpios property

From: Mark Brown
Date: Tue Feb 13 2024 - 18:23:51 EST

On Fri, 09 Feb 2024 11:18:40 +0000, Richard Fitzgerald wrote:
> The ACPI in some SoundWire laptops has a spk-id-gpios property but
> it points to the wrong Device node. This patch adds a workaround to
> try to get the GPIO directly from the correct Device node.
> If the attempt to get the GPIOs from the property fails, the workaround
> looks for the SDCA node "AF01", which is where the GpioIo resource is
> defined. If this exists, a spk-id-gpios mapping is added to that node
> and then the GPIO is got from that node using the property.
> [...]

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[1/1] ASoC: cs35l56: Workaround for ACPI with broken spk-id-gpios property
commit: 0db0c1770834f39e11a2902e20e1f11a482f4465

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