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post #5101 of 5601
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Originally Posted by SubSTI View Post
 

This is indeed looking great, using it with the iDSD Nano?

Can't find it on their website in this size though, would you mind sharing with us what you paid for it? 

Contact Mathew either via the website form or on here, he will help you out.  It was a while ago and prices change. Here is what I bought:

 

Copper Series Android LOD Mk2 S3 micro-B to USB B, sleeved 

 

It's amazing quality and wasn't that expensive.

 

Yep, iDSD - love it! 

post #5102 of 5601

Will do, Cheers!

post #5103 of 5601
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Originally Posted by FSUnoles View Post
 

So just got a Behringer UCA222 DAC and when i connect my Nexus 7 on L the audio comes out super slow??? any ideas on what is going on?

is this a problem with my USB OTG cable or the DAC?

post #5104 of 5601

May be, the native USB audio of Android L is not compatible with the Behringer UCA222.

http://goo.gl/x3loEQ

http://www.head-fi.org/t/595071/android-phones-and-usb-dacs/5085#post_10713638

 

Do you try to connect the Behringer UCA222 to a PC or a Mac?

 

Also, you could try to connect the Behringer UCA222 to the Nexus 7 using the USB Audio Player PRO, which includes its own USB audio soft-driver.

It should work.

http://www.extreamsd.com/USBAudioRecorderPRO/

 

Behringer

 

UCA222

 yes

 

 

Nexus 7 (2013)

yes

May require a reboot with the audio device connected AND the language set to English-US (no kidding!). Google is said to solve this issue.

 

There is a free trial version of USB Audio Player PRO on the Google Play store.

 

 

If these tests are successful, the native USB audio of Android L is apparently not yet compatible with the Behringer UCA222.


Edited by DanBa - 7/17/14 at 2:38pm
post #5105 of 5601
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Originally Posted by DanBa View Post
 

May be, the native USB audio of Android L is not compatible with the Behringer UCA222.

http://goo.gl/x3loEQ

http://www.head-fi.org/t/595071/android-phones-and-usb-dacs/5085#post_10713638

 

Do you try to connect the Behringer UCA222 to a PC or a Mac?

 

Also, you could try to connect the Behringer UCA222 to the Nexus 7 using the USB Audio Player PRO, which includes its own USB audio soft-driver.

It should work.

http://www.extreamsd.com/USBAudioRecorderPRO/

 

Behringer

 

UCA222

 yes

 

 

Nexus 7 (2013)

yes

May require a reboot with the audio device connected AND the language set to English-US (no kidding!). Google is said to solve this issue.

 

There is a free trial version of USB Audio Player PRO on the Google Play store.

 

 

If these tests are successful, the native USB audio of Android L is apparently not yet compatible with the Behringer UCA222.

thank you will try when i get home

post #5106 of 5601
Quote:
Originally Posted by DanBa View Post
 

May be, the native USB audio of Android L is not compatible with the Behringer UCA222.

http://goo.gl/x3loEQ

http://www.head-fi.org/t/595071/android-phones-and-usb-dacs/5085#post_10713638

 

Do you try to connect the Behringer UCA222 to a PC or a Mac?

 

Also, you could try to connect the Behringer UCA222 to the Nexus 7 using the USB Audio Player PRO, which includes its own USB audio soft-driver.

It should work.

 

Behringer

 

UCA222

 yes

 

 

Nexus 7 (2013)

yes

May require a reboot with the audio device connected AND the language set to English-US (no kidding!). Google is said to solve this issue.

 

There is a free trial version of USB Audio Player PRO on the Google Play store.

 

 

If these tests are successful, the native USB audio of Android L is apparently not yet compatible with the Behringer UCA222.

thank you will try when i get home

post #5107 of 5601

Sorry if this has already been answered, does Samsung Galaxy S2 4.1.2 Jellybean supports external dac through its USB port?

 

Thanks.

post #5108 of 5601
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Originally Posted by Dominguez24 View Post

My Fiio E17 interworking with my nexus 5 running android L,but the 44.1khz being downsampled to 32khz,don't know why

I have reported to google development team.

https://code.google.com/p/android-developer-preview/issues/detail?id=79
post #5109 of 5601

Okay, a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 isn't an Android phone, but it should behave like one. Anyway, I recently got pushed the Kitkat upgrade on my Samsung Note 2 (phone!) and Note 8 and didn't think much about allowing it to install ... well, now my USB port on the Note 8 has stopped outputting to my amp/dac, but thankfully the Note 2 is still working.... SO, what gives?  Any other Note 8 owners have the same problem?

post #5110 of 5601

I just installed android L on a Nexus 7 in an attempt to get native USB audio working with an ifi nano idsd.   Previously, UAPP worked - and the playback was normal.

 

Now with 5.0 / Android L - the playback works natively out of all apps (awesome) but the playback rate/speed is super fast.  Everything sounds like alvin and the chipmunks.

 

Can you guys think of any way to resolve this?  

post #5111 of 5601
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Originally Posted by RobxMcCarthy View Post

I just installed android L on a Nexus 7 in an attempt to get native USB audio working with an ifi nano idsd.   Previously, UAPP worked - and the playback was normal.

Now with 5.0 / Android L - the playback works natively out of all apps (awesome) but the playback rate/speed is super fast.  Everything sounds like alvin and the chipmunks.

Can you guys think of any way to resolve this?  
There's an obvious issue with the L preview USB audio, I sent a bug report to Google team.The audio gets down sampled somehow, I went through the bug report and saw a line where it says the hardware decoder fails, then fallback to software, I'm not entirely sure if that's the problem though. We may have to wait for a fix from Google. If you have any problems report it to the issue tracker.
post #5112 of 5601
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Originally Posted by Dyaems View Post
 

Sorry if this has already been answered, does Samsung Galaxy S2 4.1.2 Jellybean supports external dac through its USB port?

 

Thanks.

 

Nope, according to the USB Audio Player PRO site.

http://www.extreamsd.com/USBAudioRecorderPRO/

http://www.head-fi.org/t/595071/android-phones-and-usb-dacs/5085

 

"NOT working Android devices

 

 

Galaxy S2

 

No USB host mode

"

post #5113 of 5601
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Originally Posted by arkarkme View Post
 

Okay, a Samsung Galaxy Note 8 isn't an Android phone, but it should behave like one. Anyway, I recently got pushed the Kitkat upgrade on my Samsung Note 2 (phone!) and Note 8 and didn't think much about allowing it to install ... well, now my USB port on the Note 8 has stopped outputting to my amp/dac, but thankfully the Note 2 is still working.... SO, what gives?  Any other Note 8 owners have the same problem?

 

You should request Samsung to fix the issue.

 

In the mean time, you could use USB Audio Player PRO (UAPP) which includes its own USB audio soft driver.

For the time being, to my ears, UAPP is the best sound quality music player.

It doesn't perform resampling like other music players which have to use the Android media player framework.

And the Android media player framework resamples any input sample rate to 48 kHz for the time being.

post #5114 of 5601
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Originally Posted by abba1977 View Post


I have reported to google development team.

https://code.google.com/p/android-developer-preview/issues/detail?id=79

thanks a lot

post #5115 of 5601

@ Danba, is there any reason why the LG G3 did not make it to your menu;)?

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