I got my brand new Dell XPS Plus 9320. It came with Windows but I installed Linux on it.
The webcam is not detected.
I have double-checked it is enabled in the UEFI menu.
I am running PopOS, which is based on Ubuntu 22.04
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For transparency's sake, and in case someone else finds this post:
I talked to @DELL-Cares on direct messages and they asked me to install Windows to verify if this is a software problem or not.
I will not do that for now because I do not have the time for that. I will use an external camera for now and ask in other Linux forums to see if someone else found the same issue.
I have the same thing. It's not detected in fedora 36. I know my camera is working fine, since I tested it in the default windows installation before installing fedora.
So, I got an XPS 9320 Developer Edition which had Ubuntu preinstalled (or some version of Ubuntu anyhow). On that preinstalled OS, surprisingly the webcam, mic, sound, fingerprint all worked out of the box. However, when I replaced Ubuntu with Manjaro, I had the issue of webcam not being detected. So, I think there is some driver that exists for linux that the Ubuntu setup had, but we just need to er somehow figure out what that is and obtain it...
Did you happen to make a backup of the OS drive beforehand? If, for some reason, Dell has ripped the Ubuntu recovery ISO from the site, and now I can't find it. If you do the vanilla Ubuntu install, all you have to do is search for the IPUP6 drivers and follow that rabbit hole.