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post #76 of 136

That is not me but identical screen Oh wait now thats what happened on CWM

 

here is what i get!

 

 

AppleMark

post #77 of 136

I apologize for all of my edits.  I always end up not liking how I word things or I do more research.

post #78 of 136

right now I'm using ParanoidAndroid (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1800268) and M-kernel (http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1937146) with my FiiO E10, this thing is great smily_headphones1.gif

post #79 of 136

is that with the nezus 7 as well?

post #80 of 136

oh and i am on wugfresh!

post #81 of 136
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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

oh and i am on wugfresh!

 

Did you return to stock using it?  When you unroot normally the tool just restores the stock recovery and removes superuser (and a few other things underneath the surface).


Edited by gidgiddonihah - 1/17/13 at 3:38pm
post #82 of 136
I just put the Trinity 7 Kernel on my nexus 7. Running stock 4.2.1with custom recovery. My E10 is now working perfectly with my nexus 7. As long as I plug in the USB otg cable before I turn it on I found out I can unplug and plug my e10 back in without having to restart my tablet. Very cool!
post #83 of 136
After using my e10 for a while now the music will occasionally cut out and I get a annoying buzzing noise. Any one else experiencing this? I think its probably either power issues with the e10 or maybe the Kernel. I don't know though since others have said that the e10 works with the N7.
post #84 of 136
Dillont

When you unplug the dac, can you use the nexus hp to lesson the music with stock player ?
post #85 of 136
No when I unplug the DAC the sound does not come in through speakers or headphone jack, but will come through DAC if I plug usb otg cable back in. When I rebooted my N7 and left DAC plugged in the whole time audio wasn't cutting out and buzzing. So I think it might have been unplugging and plugging DAC back in that was causing the problems. I haven't experimented with it long enough yet to know for sure though.
post #86 of 136
I'm streaming 320kbps music through , not using stock player. I only have a 16gb N7 and most of space is taken up by games and stuff so I just stream music on my N7. To bad I can't have a flash drive to play music and my e10 hooked up at the same time. I don't think MOG is the problem though BC I have never had this problem with it before. I also downloaded a couple albums on MOG and played them offline and still had the same
problem.
post #87 of 136

i have restored to stock with wugfresh indeed and relocked it!

post #88 of 136
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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

i have restored to stock with wugfresh indeed and relocked it!

 

So after being completely stock go ahead and root it. Make sure you follow the instructions to the letter as most problems are due to people missing little bits of instructions.  Reboot the tablet and download CM10 for the N7 and place it in the SD card directory.  Boot into recovery, backup, factory reset it, clear cache and dalvik then flash CM10 + gapps.  If that doesn't work I would try the setup ucubz recommended. If you are still having problems then I suggest heading here.  There are actual devs over there that are much smarter than me wink.gif and they might be able to figure it out.

post #89 of 136
Is the FiiO e17 able to run off its own battery when hooked up to n7? I am enjoying being able to use my e10, but it is sucking down my n7's battery like no other!
post #90 of 136

are any of you guys in the UK? Maybe i could send to you to sort it out for me?

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