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PostPosted: Sunday, 29.Dec.2013 00:25    Post subject: Issues with headphones from N9   Reply with quote   

Today I tried the headphones from my N9 with my new Jolla and they didn't work. I'm not sure if they completely don't work or only as headphones for phone calls.

When I plugged the headphones in the Jolla I could here a silent ticking noise. I tried to call someone, but I couldn't here him and he couldn't here me. Is this just a problem with the N9s' headphones or does anyone else have some issues with other headphones?
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PostPosted: Sunday, 29.Dec.2013 04:42    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Haven't tried it with any headphones yet but I've got a nice collection of them from different phones so I'll give it a try on Sunday.
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PostPosted: Sunday, 29.Dec.2013 11:13    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

I haven't tried any headphones yet, but I've read that Jolla uses „the other” type of headphone specifications that is used by the american manufacturers instead of the old Nokia standard (the Lumias also use the „new” standard).

they look the same, but polarity is different.


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PostPosted: Sunday, 29.Dec.2013 17:26    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

I've just tried it with some older Nokia headset (HS-48 or sth like that) and I could normally hear the sound of a video clip. When there's no sound, an annoying ticking noise can be heard all the time.

Haven't checked it on a call yet, though (I still use the Jolla without SIM card inserted).
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PostPosted: Friday, 03.Jan.2014 11:42    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Just an update after some further testing.

The annoying ticking sound appears almost always after inserting the N9's headphones to Jollas jack. The ticking sound stops when playing music and starts again after stopping music. I was able to get rid of the ticking sound by disconnecting and connecting the headphones gently some times (2 or 3, sometimes 4 times).

After the ticking sound stopped, I tested the microphone and headphones during a phone call and everything worked fine.

So, somehow, the headphones are working, but there seems to be some kind of bug on Jolla side?
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PostPosted: Friday, 03.Jan.2014 13:22    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

I posted a question on together.jolla.com and got an answer that seconds Casanunda answer that the standard used by Jolla is different to the one used by N9.

I did some more research and found out that presumably, Jolla is using CTIA/AHJ standard and Nokia N9 uses OMTP. Thus I can listen to music (left/right speaker on same Tip/Ring 1 and the ticking sound comes from switched ground/microphone on Ring 2/Sleeve.

But it doesn't explain why it does work sometimes.
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PostPosted: Friday, 10.Jan.2014 10:16    Post subject:   Reply with quote   

Just as a small follow-up comment: I tested the headphones from an iPhone (orignal headphones that are boxed) and those have no ticking sound and work perfectly fine (microphone too).

So it's definetly using CTIA/AHJ standard I'd say.
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