Setting up I2S Microphones on the Raspberry Pi 3 for NOOB's

If you are using the Raspberry Pi 3, one of the option is to use I2S (Inter-IC Sound) Micropones
This is diferent to I2C which  is for the control of devices and will be covered at a later date.
If you haven't already i suggest reading the Installing MRL on a Raspberry Pi3 for NOOB's
ok first log into your Raspberry Pi 3 and lets begin
run the command
sudo nano /boot/config.txt
This starts the Nano text editor, opening the boot configuration file. 
Scroll through until you find the line below
The # makes the line a comment, so remove the # to activate the line.
Pressing Ctrl-O will write out the changes and Ctrl-X will leave the editor
Next we need to add into the modules file the reference for the SOC chip on the Raspberry Pi 3 the handles the I2S
so execute
sudo nano /etc/modules
Now add on it own line the following
To make those changes take effect we now have to re-boot the Raspberry Pi 3
Do this by typing
sudo reboot
Run the command:
lsmod | grep snd
lsmod lists all the modules running on the Raspberry Pi.
The | part pipes the result to the grep utility which filters each line looking for snd
We are looking for snd_soc_bcm2835_i2s
Ok we will have to do soe compileing, for this we need some more libraries and source files, so run
sudo apt-get -y install bc libncurses5-dev
sudo wget -O /usr/bin/rpi-source
Since we need to run the rpi-source, we will need to change the permissions on the file
sudo chmod +x /usr/bin/rpi-source
Now we can  run  it :-), lets get an update.
/usr/bin/rpi-source -q --tag-update
and then run the program
All going well,  we need to mount the developent system debugger
sudo mount -t debugfs debugs /sys/kernel/debug
sudo cat /sys/kernel/debug/asoc/platforms
Look for the module 3f203000.i2s is present, 
if it isn't then go through the log of the previous sections to see what went wrong.
You may have to repeat a step, most of the time a problem will be caused by  a typo.
Download the module, written by Paul Creaser
git should have been installed as part of Installing MRL on a Raspberry Pi3 for NOOB's
run the command:
git clone
Change into the directory
cd rpi-i2s-audio
make -C /lib/modules/$(uname -r )/build M=$(pwd) modules
if all went  well with the ake command, we need to insert the new module into the kernel.
This is done with the insmod program, ore info on insmod can  be found
sudo insmod my_loader.ko
Verify that the module was loaded:
lsmod | grep my_loader
dmesg | tail
Now you can set it up so the module is loaded every time you boot the Pi
sudo cp my_loader.ko /lib/modules/$(uname -r)
echo 'my_loader' | sudo tee --append /etc/modules > /dev/null
sudo depmod -a
sudo modprobe my_loader
Once that is all done, you will need to re-boot the Raspberry Pi
sudo reboot
Assuming you have done the hardware connections, the microphones should now work.