The fact that UARP works on the Nexus 7 indicates that it does have proper hardware for USB OTG (but regrettably Google did not take advantage of it in 4.3 or 4.4 shipped for it, in fact I wonder if they've every shipped an OS with proper USB OTG build in for any of their devices.). UARP however only works in its own private Idaho, and does not (and cannot) put the USB OTG access into the OS where every other app can use it. This requires an OS level change, possible in a CM flash. That said, Google Music and Spotify, while convenient, I'm pretty sure they're not lossless data. Though still worth getting those samples away from the internal DAC/amp.
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12/5/13 at 8:50am