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post #5566 of 5570

I just found out that the hi-res audio support on my Android 4.4.2-powered Galaxy Note 3 has been removed. The generic music players can only output 48kHz PCM streams toward hi-res capable USB DAC.


It's not an issue for me personally, because I am used to use UAPP, the best sound quality music player to my ears for the time being .

post #5567 of 5570

So the ATT Galaxy Note 4 is inter-working with my Dragonfly v1.2 without the use of UAPP. The dragonfly is staying lit magenta(24/96), so I'm assuming it's upsampling streaming and music apps such as Google Music, Stock Audio Player, etc. I haven't transferred a lot of music yet, but the dragonfly only changes color(sample rates) when I use it with UAPP. 

post #5568 of 5570

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post #5569 of 5570

The people at JRiver,  the best known media center under Windows, have managed to write a WDM driver, which redirects the sound from any application to the JRiver program, so all sources on the Windows PC benefit from the sound qualities and the sound revamping capabilities of the program. Data from Spotify for example are played by JRiver. The result is excellent.



If would be fun if the developers of UAPP could take a similar step for Android, redirecting all sound to their app and USB driver. Perhaps this is already in their pipe line?



post #5570 of 5570

Motorola Moto G 4G LTE with Android 4.4.4 + selfmade USB OTG cable + UAPP + iFi nano iDSD = works like charm



My current (ugly) solution without solder, for a short microUSB OTG with USB type B plug:






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