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Just got a 32-gig Nexus 7. Lots of space for FLAC files. Audio from the headphone jack on the HD598 is OK, not great. I suppose the 3.5mm jack is analogue only, but I wonder if there is a way to extract digital audio out of the micro USB for a portable DAC/amp?

Root it.

This kernel: mehrvarz.github.com/usb-host-mode-power-management-nexus7  + ROM of your choice + USB OTG cable = Allows for you to connect a USB DAC without rebooting every time. Works with my E07K and Topping D1.

post #377 of 832
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Originally Posted by Tangster View Post

Root it.

This kernel: mehrvarz.github.com/usb-host-mode-power-management-nexus7  + ROM of your choice + USB OTG cable = Allows for you to connect a USB DAC without rebooting every time. Works with my E07K and Topping D1.

 

Thanks for the info, exactly what I was looking for!  However, will play around for a while with the stock OS before rooting normal_smile%20.gif

post #378 of 832
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Originally Posted by rexirius View Post

Just got a 32-gig Nexus 7. Lots of space for FLAC files. Audio from the headphone jack on the HD598 is OK, not great. I suppose the 3.5mm jack is analogue only, but I wonder if there is a way to extract digital audio out of the micro USB for a portable DAC/amp?

Actually there is a way with the nexus 7. You need to flash a custom kernel that supports it. Last I checked there was one by Poitee that supported USB audio. There are likely others. Here it is: http://rootzwiki.com/topic/30129-kernel-nexus-7-cifsnfsusb-otg-gpu-oc-cpu-oc-072912/
Edited by neurofone - 3/21/13 at 8:26pm
post #379 of 832
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Originally Posted by neurofone View Post


Actually there is a way with the nexus 7. You need to flash a custom kernel that supports it. Last I checked there was one by Poitee that supported USB audio. There are likely others. Here it is: http://rootzwiki.com/topic/30129-kernel-nexus-7-cifsnfsusb-otg-gpu-oc-cpu-oc-072912/

 

Thanks, Neurofone! This, and the one posted earlier by Tangster, give me two alternatives to try!

post #380 of 832

I've switched to a Sony Xperia P since my Sensation was stolen.

Maybe I'll put CM9 on it this weekend, and does anyone know which DAC it has?

post #381 of 832
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So, the photobucket app for android decided to eat through half my battery the other day, so it got uninstalled...
Are there any other good android apps for uploading photos to a server where then can be somewhat privatized while still being shareable without much difficulty?
post #382 of 832
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So, the photobucket app for android decided to eat through half my battery the other day, so it got uninstalled...
Are there any other good android apps for uploading photos to a server where then can be somewhat privatized while still being shareable without much difficulty?

Google+

post #383 of 832
The app "USB Audio Recorder Pro" forces audio out from the USB port. Playback is not its primary function so the UI is a bit clunky, but, it works. I've tried it with my uDAC and M50s and works like a charm.

No root required.
post #384 of 832
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Google+

Google Fanboy... -_-

Can you even upload G+ pics via URL to a site like head-fi?

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Originally Posted by J.Pocalypse View Post

The app "USB Audio Recorder Pro" forces audio out from the USB port. Playback is not its primary function so the UI is a bit clunky, but, it works. I've tried it with my uDAC and M50s and works like a charm.

No root required.

Too bad we can't convince the dev to implement some sort of root, system level app that does that across all of android...

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Google Fanboy... -_-

Can you even upload G+ pics via URL to a site like head-fi?

 

Yes (Click to show)

 

post #386 of 832
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Sweet... And it comes loaded on my phone already! Awesome!

post #387 of 832

My trusty flip phone from 2005 finally died, so I made the jump to my first smart phone.  Got an LG Optimus L9 with 4.0.4 on T-mobile.  Love it so far!

post #388 of 832

Is there an Android AP that provides MAC iOS / iTunes seamless connectivity?

In other words, plug the Android device into a mac, boot up itunes and the device is readily accessible in iTunes just like an ipod or iPhone?

 

thanks

post #389 of 832

I would speculate that this would be more of an iTunes plugin than an Android app.  And we all know how controlling Apple is.  If such a plugin did exist, it would likely be disabled with every point release of iTunes.

 

Saying that, though, for this to work (which it should if designers made it), it would require both the iTunes plugin and the Android app to communicate with iTunes.

 

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Is there an Android AP that provides MAC iOS / iTunes seamless connectivity?

In other words, plug the Android device into a mac, boot up itunes and the device is readily accessible in iTunes just like an ipod or iPhone?

 

thanks

post #390 of 832
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Originally Posted by kramer5150 View Post

Is there an Android AP that provides MAC iOS / iTunes seamless connectivity?
In other words, plug the Android device into a mac, boot up itunes and the device is readily accessible in iTunes just like an ipod or iPhone?

thanks
Does Isyncr work that way?
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