As far as I can tell, everything is normal there. The only suggestion I can make here is we can try retasking another pin to the headphones and see if that helps.
First, let's undo the last change with this followed by a reboot:
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sudo rm /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist-realtek.conf
Next, install alsa-tools-gui so you can run HDAJackRetask. When it opens, check the box for Show unconnected pins
then the Override
box for 0x15
and set that one to Not connected
. Now try another not connected pin by checking it's Override
box and changing it to Headphones
if possible. I believe 0x16 is a good candidate to try first. Once a new pin is set to Headphones, click on Install boot override
then reboot and test the headphones.
If it didn't help, undo the change to 0x16
, and find another not connected pin that can be set to Headphones