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Check out for this solution especially this and this solution. Try both. Reference is this article if you have Dell laptop like me.
Speakers and Headphones are often listed as the same Device on Ubuntu, but sometimes the System does not realize changing output device. Sound Settings only shows available sound devices. E.g. a digital HDMI and an analog Speaker/Headphones If you can't hear anything, it sometimes help to double-click on the Device you want to use!
Ok heres how I fixed mine for my nokia earphone (its not on the playback devices list) On your bottom right icons, right click the sound icon then pick playback devices then pick speaker and click its properties go to levels and change the balance of the audio output (set max 100 to right and 0 to left) that should work if you had the same issue with me. I ...
They say that this is fixed in kernel 3.16 and can be installed like this in Ubuntu 14.04 at least: sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-utopic This seems to be another issue with the power management of the soundchip, the guide on xps13-9333.appspot.com suggests to disable power management for Intel HDA on older kernels and to run a certain python ...
They say that it is fixed in kernel 3.16 so try this first. sudo apt-get install linux-generic-lts-utopic It didn't work for me so i tried the workaround found in the link below and that worked for me. http://xps13-9333.appspot.com/#background_noise mkdir -p /usr/local/bin wget -O /usr/local/bin/white_noise_fix.py ...
Well, after few dozens of reboots it started working again Oo
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