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Originally Posted by NZtechfreak View Post

Tidal and Qobuz should both work with UAPP via Bubble UPnP, I can access Google Play Music that way.

The Google Music service has an Authentication API as well as service API, how is Bubble UPnP going to get around that?


Edited by StanD - 7/29/15 at 10:26pm
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Tidal and Qobuz should both work with UAPP via Bubble UPnP, I can access Google Play Music that way.

How do you do this? Also I find Bubble sounds better than UAPP

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Originally Posted by StanD View Post

The Google Music service has an Authentication API as well as service API, how is Bubble UPnP going to get around that?

Like most Google apps/services I believe the API is accessible to other Android apps. Regardless,it works - in case you missed it I am already using this method.
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Originally Posted by REXNFX View Post

How do you do this? Also I find Bubble sounds better than UAPP

Set up Google Music in Bubble. Leave Bubble running. Use the UPnP functionality in UAPP to connect to Bubble. Once they're talking, browse your Google Music library in Bubble. Profit.
Edited by NZtechfreak - 7/29/15 at 10:39pm
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Originally Posted by NZtechfreak View Post

Like most Google apps/services I believe the API is accessible to other Android apps. Regardless,it works - in case you missed it I am already using this method.
Set up Google Music in Bubble. Leave Bubble running. Use the UPnP functionality in UAPP to connect to Bubble. Once they're talking, browse your Google Music library in Bubble. Profit.
Google Music is accessible but not Tidal or Qobuz as far as I can see
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Google Music is accessible but not Tidal or Qobuz as far as I can see

It supports them as well as Google Music, I haven't tried them, but assumed it would work the same.
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It supports them as well as Google Music, I haven't tried them, but assumed it would work the same.

I tried it with Google Music and Neutron. It works, however, the same songs appear multiple times in the library. I even detached the local media storage from the library. I'll fiddle some more later.

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I tried it with Google Music and Neutron. It works, however, the same songs appear multiple times in the library. I even detached the local media storage from the library. I'll fiddle some more later.

I didn't have that issue with UAPP. Cool that it works though right?
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I didn't have that issue with UAPP. Cool that it works though right?

Yep, I probably have to sift through the options.

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Have any of the Xperia Z1 compact owners found a way to use an ODAC with Androiod 5.02 lollipop yet?  My Z1c worked great with

my Sony PHA-1 bu now no go. 

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So it looks like Neutron doesn't work well with UPnP/DLNA, boo hiss. I tried MediaMonkey for Android with BubbleUPnP and it works rather nicely. I upgraded to the MediaMoney Pro version version ($3.49) and BubbleUPnP ($4.69). Problem solved. :normal_smile :

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Have any of the Xperia Z1 compact owners found a way to use an ODAC with Androiod 5.02 lollipop yet?  My Z1c worked great with
my Sony PHA-1 bu now no go. 

I have tried rooting and using them "USB OTG checker/fix" it shows that USB OTG is no longer active. I am simply waiting for 5.1 to roll on Z1 too.
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