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First, run the following command: sudo apt-get install alsa-utils Then, run this command: alsamixer Now, press F6 and press the down arrow key 🡳 to select your sound card, press enter and then, press F3. Next, use the 🡲 (right arrow key) to navigate to the Auto-Mute Mode channel and then press the 🡱 (up arrow key) to set automute to disabled. ...
try installing Alsa sound mixer software, it lets you control the master volume as well as headphones and speaker volume configuration you can download it from here: https://apps.ubuntu.com/cat/applications/gnome-alsamixer/
There's the alsa-tools-gui package which bundles an application called hda-jack-retask that permits "retasking" of hardware audio ports. To install the package run the following in a terminal window ( CTRL + ALT + t ): sudo apt-get install alsa-tools-gui Afterwards, you should be able to start hdajackretask and reconfigure the ports as needed.
Solution: Go into sound settings, then see what the SHB4000 is using. If it uses HSP/HFP change to A2DP.
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