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Anyone know any tricks on getting the Wi-Fi to sustain connection or be stable? I'm literally next to the router with full bars but the Wi-Fi keeps cutting. Basically not allowing me to download Spotify Premium offline content.
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Originally Posted by Soundsgoodtome View Post

Anyone know any tricks on getting the Wi-Fi to sustain connection or be stable? I'm literally next to the router with full bars but the Wi-Fi keeps cutting. Basically not allowing me to download Spotify Premium offline content.

You need to set the channel of your router to a fixed channel instead of multichannel
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Which frequency?
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You need to set the channel of your router to a fixed channel instead of multichannel
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Originally Posted by Soundsgoodtome View Post

Which frequency?


I use channel 6 smily_headphones1.gif I think any frequency would do
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I havent visited this thread since i brought the DX100 back in early 2012 but was wondering does the DX100 support 128GB micro SD cards since they came out this year? And is it possible to replace the battery on the DX100 with a new one?

 

I can confirm what others have mentioned a few pages back that it works.  Nice to have more space for the 24-96 and 24-192 rips.

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I use channel 6 smily_headphones1.gif I think any frequency would do


Good to know, I'm guessing it's 2.4ghz and not 5.8ghz given the age... maybe?

I guess I might as well make a write-up. The latest version Spotify apk file doesn't work btw. Maybe i can find something newer than 0.5.4 since it's in the 1.x.x now..
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Have a question for the experts - I recently bought a DX100 and the battery seems to be discharging very quickly, where the unit dies within 2 hours. However, interestingly, if I turn the unit on an hour later (w/o any recharging), it shows ~30% remaining battery, which then discharges in 20-30 minutes. Is this normal or do I need to do a factory reset/battery calibration?

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Have a question for the experts - I recently bought a DX100 and the battery seems to be discharging very quickly, where the unit dies within 2 hours. However, interestingly, if I turn the unit on an hour later (w/o any recharging), it shows ~30% remaining battery, which then discharges in 20-30 minutes. Is this normal or do I need to do a factory reset/battery calibration?

was this a new DX100? if so, email ibasso.

 

If not, I'm afraid it sounds like you need to replace the battery.  Not difficult or expensive, again email ibasso, they'll be able to supply a replacement with instructions, cost is around £20 mark.

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More questions I'm hoping maybe someone can help me with.

Does anyone get a pop noise on your sensitive HPs or iems when going from off to on or when going from extended off screen standby to on? Is that normal? Sounds almost like plugging cables to some amps and the speakers/hps make a pop noise.

Also does installing a new firmware completely wipe the current install including rooting and alterations to the Android system by the previous owner? If not how do I go about restoring a rooted and Gingerbreak DX100 to stock form?
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More questions I'm hoping maybe someone can help me with.

Does anyone get a pop noise on your sensitive HPs or iems when going from off to on or when going from extended off screen standby to on? Is that normal? Sounds almost like plugging cables to some amps and the speakers/hps make a pop noise.

Also does installing a new firmware completely wipe the current install including rooting and alterations to the Android system by the previous owner? If not how do I go about restoring a rooted and Gingerbreak DX100 to stock form?

pop is normal, due to the capacitors I believe.  LINK on first page of this thread for FAQ (including rooting instructions)


Edited by Turrican2 - 8/28/14 at 12:15pm
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Thank you for the response! I will look into going back to stock with my unit eventually and that thread will come in very handy. Good to on the pop, I had a hunch but wanted to confirm with other owners.
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pop is normal, due to the capacitors I believe.  LINK on first page of this thread for FAQ (including rooting instructions)
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