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post #961 of 2224

just thought id add. i updated my moto g to 4.4 and now the e18 works fine :) 

post #962 of 2224

I received my E18 Rev.B yesterday and I'm happy to report that it works great on my Nexus 5 running CyanogenMod 11 M2. I'm impressed that the CyanogenMod DSP Manager even has independent settings for USB Audio and the phone's headphone jack and speakers.

 

I installed CM specifically for its USB Audio support but I've come to like a lot of its other features during the past week that I've been using it.

post #963 of 2224
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Originally Posted by wayward91 View Post

just thought id add. i updated my moto g to 4.4 and now the e18 works fine smily_headphones1.gif 
Thanks! What Android's version did you had before update?
post #964 of 2224

Moto G came with 4.3 jellybean. It can now be upgraded to official Android 4.4 Kikkat using settings/system update.

 

My Fiio E18. Worked out of the box with my Moto G. And they are a good combo together.

 

I like being able to play/pause Next/last track without having to turn on the phone screen.

 

The functions even work with spotify and soundcloud.

post #965 of 2224
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Originally Posted by vasques101uk View Post
 

Moto G came with 4.3 jellybean. It can now be upgraded to official Android 4.4 Kikkat using settings/system update.

 

My Fiio E18. Worked out of the box with my Moto G. And they are a good combo together.

 

I like being able to play/pause Next/last track without having to turn on the phone screen.

 

The functions even work with spotify and soundcloud.

Is the Moto G, like many Android phones, also capped at 16/44.1 over USB?

post #966 of 2224
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Originally Posted by dikkiedirk View Post
 

Is the Moto G, like many Android phones, also capped at 16/44.1 over USB?

 

I can not answer to your question, but if I have understand, this limit can be avoided by USB Audio Player Pro, is it?

post #967 of 2224
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I can not answer to your question, but if I have understand, this limit can be avoided by USB Audio Player Pro, is it?

Audio player Pro might be a nice player but I rather avoid it because it can't stream from a NAS can it?

 

I rather have a Phone that can play upto 24/192 natively.

post #968 of 2224

what about lg g2 with fiio e18?

post #969 of 2224
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Originally Posted by alexhd600 View Post
 

what about lg g2 with fiio e18?

works.

post #970 of 2224

Can someone confirm if this now works with the stock Nexus 5 after the 4.2.2 update? It's been added to the supported list, but no one has actually confirmed... and there is no * by it stating that it would need something like UAPP.

 

Thanks

post #971 of 2224
Today i'll try with my brother's Nexus 5!
post #972 of 2224

Anyone using a different cable apart from the provided one?  Thinking of getting one of these for my tablet, but I imagine it would be pretty awkward to use with the super-short cable that comes with it without attaching it to the back (which wouldn't work very well with my case), so I'd like to get something a little bit longer.  I can't find any other micro-to-micro OTG cables though.

post #973 of 2224

You may have to use a standard USB -> micro cable + micro adapter.


Edited by aznatama - 1/21/14 at 1:38pm
post #974 of 2224
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Originally Posted by aznatama View Post
 

You may have to use a standard ESB -> micro cable + micro adapter.

I think that the E18 wants OTG at both ends, android and E18.

post #975 of 2224
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Originally Posted by StanD View Post
 

I think that the E18 wants OTG at both ends, android and E18.

Let me clairfy:  Use a microUSB-USB OTG adapter.

 

OTG is just a shorted pin 4+5.  A USB OTG adapter is male microUSB on one end, and female USB on the other end.  Mate that to a standard USB->microUSB and you've got a longer cable suitable for tablet-E18 usage.  

 

AFAIK, there's not such thing as OTG on moth ends, once pin 4+5 are shorted somewhere along the line, it'll detect as OTG.

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