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Hi, on my HP Spectre running High Sierra after waking from sleep my headphones are often not recognized. Audio will continue to play through the speakers regardless of whether or not something is plugged into the audio jack. I'm using code commander, could the audio jack not be waking from sleep? Problem reporting files attached.
 

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Hi, on my HP Spectre running High Sierra after waking from sleep my headphones are often not recognized. Audio will continue to play through the speakers regardless of whether or not something is plugged into the audio jack. I'm using code commander, could the audio jack not be waking from sleep? Problem reporting files attached.

See SSDT-AppleALC.dsl in the CodecCommander github.
 
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See SSDT-AppleALC.dsl in the CodecCommander github.
Thanks, that appears to have fixed it. Are there any succinct guides on creating your own codec for AppleALC? It's something I'm interested in doing for my laptop but most information I have found is very fragmented and unclear. I've looked through some linked guides in Toleda's guide but haven't had much luck
 

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Thanks, that appears to have fixed it. Are there any succinct guides on creating your own codec for AppleALC? It's something I'm interested in doing for my laptop but most information I have found is very fragmented and unclear. I've looked through some linked guides in Toleda's guide but haven't had much luck

If you mean adding a particular codec to AppleALC, you will need to be familiar with the AppleALC project and familiar with patching AppleHDA.
 
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If you mean adding a particular codec to AppleALC, you will need to be familiar with the AppleALC project and familiar with patching AppleHDA.
Ok, so in order to do that I need to read through guides on for patching appleHDA? I haven't been able to find any up to date ones, and I'm confused how a manual appleHDA patch is converted into an appleALC patch. If this is something that you can't really learn from Google, then I won't worry about it, but I'd like to patch my own codec
 

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Ok, so in order to do that I need to read through guides on for patching appleHDA? I haven't been able to find any up to date ones,

Most guides you find for AppleHDA patching are incomplete or poorly written.
But provided you have a technical (software) background, you can understand it by reading the few guides available, and reading the Intel HDA specification.

and I'm confused how a manual appleHDA patch is converted into an appleALC patch.

You would need to familiarize yourself with the AppleALC code by studying the code in the project.
 
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