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What is the app that bypasses 16-bit 44.1 khz audio limitation of Android?

Besides having OTG and hooking up a DAC and playing 24bit 96khz thru the app called "USB Audio Recorder Pro" which is byfar the cleanest audio signal output there is for the android OS IMHO.

post #92 of 358
Custom roms ;-)
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Originally Posted by jcagara08 View Post

What is the app that bypasses 16-bit 44.1 khz audio limitation of Android?
Besides having OTG and hooking up a DAC and playing 24bit 96khz thru the app called "USB Audio Recorder Pro" which is byfar the cleanest audio signal output there is for the android OS IMHO.
post #93 of 358
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Originally Posted by naddm View Post

Has anyone used Rockbox for Android? It's a free app and is updated daily.  It can be found at http://rasher.dk/rockbox/android/. Just select your screen resolution to download the appropriate apk.

I've been using it for a long time and it similar to the player in sansa clip.

 

I tried that but even though I downloaded the version for 1920x1080 the font size is so tiny it's like it was designed for a 320x240 screen :'(

Where can I download a proper skin for a high res device?
post #94 of 358
And now I have downloaded the font pack but going to settings->theme->font and clicking on any font does nothing (it says loading but the font never changes from the $$?! $=/:* one pixel tall font!
post #95 of 358
You might need to create a custom config to load the font. See http://forums.rockbox.org/index.php/topic,14177.315.html
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And now I have downloaded the font pack but going to settings->theme->font and clicking on any font does nothing (it says loading but the font never changes from the $$?! $=/:* one pixel tall font!


Uninstall it and try using 1080 x 1920.

post #97 of 358
Been trying out quite a few music players on my Galaxy S3 (international 19300) and although Neutron gets mentioned a lot, I think it weights the mids too forwards for my liking, leading to a presentation that borders on dry and grey, not to mention in your earface. Yes, I just said earface.

So for me, I have finally settled on Google Play Music. Scoff all you like but it sounds great, it looks great, and it's got great streaming functions too.

I am done faffing around.
post #98 of 358
I quite like poweramp. Using on my Nexus 7, it has a good GUI, nice navigation and huge customisation options, like lists, themes, tags etc...
post #99 of 358

And with the new Viper4Android app doing the sound processing heavy lifting... popcorn.gif

http://www.head-fi.org/t/671936/how-i-turned-a-bass-iem-into-a-balanced-clearer-iem

 

It really doesn't matter which player you use at the front end anymore.  I do prefer Poweramp for its user interface biggrin.gif

post #100 of 358
viper4android doesn't work on my Samsung Galaxy Victory.

I am in fact rooted.
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viper4android doesn't work on my Samsung Galaxy Victory.

I am in fact rooted.
time for some troubleshooting! Believe me it's totally worth the trouble.

Did you put it in system/apps folder? Did you choose the right cpu type?
post #102 of 358
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Originally Posted by Joe Bloggs View Post

And with the new Viper4Android app doing the sound processing heavy lifting... popcorn.gif

http://www.head-fi.org/t/671936/how-i-turned-a-bass-iem-into-a-balanced-clearer-iem

 

It really doesn't matter which player you use at the front end anymore.  I do prefer Poweramp for its user interface biggrin.gif


Is there actually an English download page somewhere? It seems like the two programs have now been merged, however from what I can see of the download site the latest version does not seem to be there. Am I missing something?

post #103 of 358

I'm using Poweramp on my SGNII and like it.

post #104 of 358
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Is there actually an English download page somewhere? It seems like the two programs have now been merged, however from what I can see of the download site the latest version does not seem to be there. Am I missing something?
I couldn't find the English download page either lol. But I downloaded from here http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?shareid=2049355652&uk=4144030132 (ics for ice cream sandwich and above) and it all works and shows in English biggrin.gif
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I couldn't find the English download page either lol. But I downloaded from here http://pan.baidu.com/share/link?shareid=2049355652&uk=4144030132 (ics for ice cream sandwich and above) and it all works and shows in English biggrin.gif


Thanks I'm on Gingerbread, older phone.L3000.gif

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