Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1467087
GNOME doesn't detect headphones if these are connected to Lenovo laptop headphone jack BEFORE login.
Last modified: 2017-12-12 05:28:11 EST
Description of problem:
If a set of headphones are connected to a Lenovo laptop (in this case a ThinkPad T430s) BEFORE logging in to the GNOME desktop, the desktop does not detect this after logging in and does not automatically channel the output to the headphone jack. The device has to be disconnected and plugged into the jack again after logging in for GNOME to direct sound output to it.
How reproducible: Always
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Shut down the laptop
2. Plug in a set of headphones into the headphone jack
3. Start the system and log in to the GNOME desktop
Actual results: GNOME continues to play any sound output through the internal speakers. (The headphones need to be removed and plugged in again after the desktop screen is reached in order for GNOME to switch to it.
GNOME should automatically check if the headphone jack is being used upon login and switch to it.
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