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post #136 of 142

I thought I'd chime in here too. Got the USBROM and after a few self induced screw ups I got my Nexus 7 to easily recognize my Matrix Mini and a cheapo Startech USB DAC.

 

Using BubbleUpnp I'm streaming FLAC files flawlessly to my stereo.


Edited by Warpkitty - 11/28/13 at 7:49pm
post #137 of 142

hey guys, I can't download the poitee ... any alternate links for downloading it ?

post #138 of 142

With the Nexus 7 starting to get Android 5.0, will it support USB OTG natively?

post #139 of 142
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Originally Posted by greenkiwi View Post

With the Nexus 7 starting to get Android 5.0, will it support USB OTG natively?
It does with the Nexus 7 (2013), just checked it out for you. smily_headphones1.gif
post #140 of 142

My Fiio E07K works perfectly with my Nexus 7 2013 with Lollipop. It does proper systemwide USB audio out!

 

Tried it with Poweramp, Google Play, Spotify and USB Audio Player pro.

post #141 of 142

Do I have to do something specific to change it to use the system wide USB out?  (Sorry, new to Android here.)

 

I have a Emotiva DC-1 which appears to be visible when I ran one of the "usb test" applications.

post #142 of 142
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Originally Posted by greenkiwi View Post

Do I have to do something specific to change it to use the system wide USB out?  (Sorry, new to Android here.)

I have a Emotiva DC-1 which appears to be visible when I ran one of the "usb test" applications.
not on the nexus 2013 with lollipop at least. Plug it in and it'll output from it.
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