Originally Posted by m8o
Neutron goes boom on my Cowon D3. Android OS v2.3. Hoped for the best, but that's the deal.
Thought I'd re-visit this as I just saw the following on Neutron's website:
It is not easy or another 'pop' music player, it is developed for the audiophiles and those who really in love with music. Recommended for use with Hi-Fi/High-End audio hardware.
Android v.2.1 (Eclair) and higher, BlackBerry PlayBook 2.0.1 and higher.
If there is a representative for Neutron here monitoring this thread...
When I tried this player it always exited with an exception immediately and I could never start it up. Hoping still to be able to try it.
While yes, I'll give you "Cowon" products are "consumer grade" and not some esoteric $800 device. This player is however a specialty device that utilizes a decent Wolfrom combo DAC+System-on-a-chip, and has coax S/PDIF out and provides exceptional sound without need to be categorized as a "audiophile device"; it is most definitely at minimum a "very Hi-Fi" device. ....and it uses Android v.2.3+ so is above the requirement. I believe from all that, I [myself], and this Cowon D3 music player, would be what you target to be "your customer".
So with all that said... I don't know if your development team can get Neutron running on a D3 without owning one. If I can help in any way by say, running a version with debugging enabled and I can send you the dump or debug info printed out, let me know and I will. If however your team gets this music player operational on the D3 in whatever way they do, please drop me a PM or post a note here. I'd love to give it a try again.