[SOLVED] Mint Cinnamon 20 Underwater Like Sound

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Vestingbell
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Re: Mint Cinnamon 20 Underwater Like Sound

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The headphones were unplugged when doing that command.
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Re: Mint Cinnamon 20 Underwater Like Sound

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Damn! I had hoped we might have stumbled on the source of the issue!
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Re: Mint Cinnamon 20 Underwater Like Sound

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Same, I really wanted that to be the solution.
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Re: Mint Cinnamon 20 Underwater Like Sound

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As the model=aspire edit didn't help, let's remove it with this:

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sudo rm /etc/modprobe.d/aspire-fix.conf
Then post the output of ls -l /etc/modprobe.d please.
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Re: Mint Cinnamon 20 Underwater Like Sound

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I think I just found the solution. If I plug in my earphones all the way, sound is weird but if I don't push it in completely until the click it works! Don't know why this is the case but sound is finally normal. Thank you for all the time and effort MrEen!
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Re: Mint Cinnamon 20 Underwater Like Sound

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Ahh, I've seen reports of similar a few times. And it may have been with Apple earbuds!

I'm glad you got it sorted out!! :D
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