Re: [PATCH 1/6] ASoC: tlv320adcx140: Idle the device while writing registers

From: Mark Brown
Date: Thu Sep 17 2020 - 15:06:27 EST

On Tue, 15 Sep 2020 14:06:01 -0500, Dan Murphy wrote:
> It was observed that if the device was active and register writes were
> performed there were some unwanted behaviors particularly when writing
> the word length and some filter options. So when writing to the device
> the device should be placed in sleep mode and then exit sleep mode once
> the register update is complete.

Applied to for-next


[1/6] ASoC: tlv320adcx140: Idle the device while writing registers
commit: df16e2210454ca0b8a59caf364dd287fbb76a804
[2/6] ASoC: tlv320adcx140: Fix BCLK inversion for DSP modes
commit: 244ac15de75ca62ed7a09c7291b67aeead9e12ac
[3/6] ASoC: tlv320adcx140: Add ASI Tx drive
commit: 38b9b7ca6f08489f3065e081e71c743775ed50c8
[4/6] ASoC: tlv320adcx140: Add the config to configure Tx ASI output
commit: 42d5031d3ee858bc14df704439eefdbf38b8f628
[5/6] dt-bindings: tlv320adcx140: Add slot programming property
(no commit info)
[6/6] ASoC: tlv320adcx140: Add channel slot programming
(no commit info)

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