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Cool stuff, now playing mp3's in the background (screen switched off) using UAPP. :biggrin:

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Cool stuff, now playing mp3's in the background (screen switched off) using UAPP. biggrin.gif
Well !
Nothing possibility to try it as beta?
😊
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Well !
Nothing possibility to try it as beta?
😊

 

Hopefully next week or two.

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Would make an awesome Christmas Gift....

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USB Audio Player PRO (UAPP) is now playing its first playlist through a USB audio interface... :atsmile:

Working full-time on it now, sorry for the delay guys!


This just blew my mind. And made my day. I will test on Note 3, Note 2, and HTC One if you want to send me link wink.gif

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This just blew my mind. And made my day. I will test on Note 3, Note 2, and HTC One if you want to send me link wink.gif

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There is likely going to be a public beta to gather as much bug reports as possible before release. I am now trying to get Android's MediaCodec to work for all things other than wav/flac/ogg/mp3, like m4a and whatever your device supports. Probably not so important for HiFi, but anyway.

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Loving this development! My HTC One XL now supports USB OTG without rebooting itself as well. My FiiO E07k is detected and the volume control goes grey. Music ceases to play from the phone, but nothing comes out of the DAC. Would be happy to help test a beta version of UAPP too :)

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Originally Posted by headfinoob View Post


This just blew my mind. And made my day. I will test on Note 3, Note 2, and HTC One if you want to send me link wink.gif

Sent from my SM-N900V using Tapatalk 2

 

There is likely going to be a public beta to gather as much bug reports as possible before release. I am now trying to get Android's MediaCodec to work for all things other than wav/flac/ogg/mp3, like m4a and whatever your device supports. Probably not so important for HiFi, but anyway.


If you're interested in feature requests, it would be absolutely amazing if the app could be used as a standard player so that files could be browsed with ES File or similar and opened with UAPP. Ideally, it could be used with BubbleUPnP. I have found BubbleUPnP to be the best for me for allowing a large media collection to be available for playback on Android. Do you think the implementation is capable of those features or does it all have to be operated within the app like UARP?

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eXtream, excellent news!!! :-))) Looking sooo much forward to testing it soon! smily_headphones1.gif
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If you're interested in feature requests, it would be absolutely amazing if the app could be used as a standard player so that files could be browsed with ES File or similar and opened with UAPP. Ideally, it could be used with BubbleUPnP. I have found BubbleUPnP to be the best for me for allowing a large media collection to be available for playback on Android. Do you think the implementation is capable of those features or does it all have to be operated within the app like UARP?

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+1 Integration with BubbleUPnP would be a major win for UARP.

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Originally Posted by eXtream View Post

There is likely going to be a public beta to gather as much bug reports as possible before release. I am now trying to get Android's MediaCodec to work for all things other than wav/flac/ogg/mp3, like m4a and whatever your device supports. Probably not so important for HiFi, but anyway.

Terrific news! Now that Apple has made ALAC open source, please consider adding support for it. I know a lot of people use that format, myself included.
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That's awesome news with UAPP coming.  I held off buying UARP because I wanted a general purpose music player (for FLAC and mp3), not a recorder that happened to play back FLAC.  

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Wait, hold everything. I just saw this thread. Are you guys telling me there's a way to get USB digital out from my Galaxy S4 to my Audio-gd DAC? I LOVE this forum! But I'm too lazy to search through 237 pages to figure out how to do it. Is there a summary somewhere? I'm running CM 10.2. 

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BTW, eXtream, I emailed you a while ago looking for an app like this after searching the Play store and finding nothing except your audio recorders.

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Every 5th page (e.g. page 230, 235, etc) DanBa posts this huge updated summary list of what DACs work with which android devices.  There's mention of Audio-gd sparrow working with Galaxy S3 and NFB-16 with Note II.  Nobody has tried any Audio-gd with S4.  Some DACs will work with the native music apps (like Samsung music player, PowerAmp, Neutron, etc), others require the use of UARP (USB Audio Recorder Pro) which uses it's own USB audio driver to bypass the stock driver.  The only problem with UARP is that it's a USB Recoder app that happens to also play FLACs (does not play MP3, wma, m4a, etc).  The author is writing a new proper Player app that uses the same driver and that's why we're all excited.  

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