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post #526 of 1419
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Originally Posted by Ashade View Post

Ok, there we go! This is the configuration that didn't work for me.

 

Phone:          Samsung Galaxy Note II

Model:           N7100

ROM:            Root Stock Jelly Bean 4.1.2 compilation JZ054K.N7100XXDLK7

Kernel:          Perseus Alpha 32

Other mods:  Simplistic Control & MultiWindow Hacks

 

DAC:             Fiio E07K

Firmware:      FWOOLMOOJA

 

DAC:             Fiio E17

Firmware:      FWOOLC11EN

 

Cable:            "Samsung Stock USB Male-Micro USB Male" to

                      "USB Female-Mini USB Male Adapter"  Amazon

 

If we all follow the same schema, we should get some conclusions! Looking forward to your configurations, either it worked or not!

H ave you tried to use it with the stock kernel? I have read that it sometimes can be the problem.

post #527 of 1419

Hi everyone
I ' ve got an Italian stock Samsung Galaxy s3 no brand which runs android jelly bean 4.1.2 build xema 2, and i would like to use it with my grado headphones so I've got some question for you:
1. If I want to connect it to an external dac do I have to buy a otg cable? Otherwise If I wanted to use the internal Wolfson dac of the phone how could I do it?
2. My android version would be compatible with fiio e07k ?should I get a otg cable and/or some software to make it work?
Thank you so much for your help

 

Roberto

post #528 of 1419
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Originally Posted by Epimetheus View Post

H ave you tried to use it with the stock kernel? I have read that it sometimes can be the problem.

 

Quote:
Originally Posted by Ashade View Post

Ok, there we go! This is the configuration that didn't work for me.

 

Phone:          Samsung Galaxy Note II

Model:           N7100

ROM:            Root Stock Jelly Bean 4.1.2 compilation JZ054K.N7100XXDLK7

Kernel:          Perseus Alpha 32

Other mods:  Simplistic Control & MultiWindow Hacks

 

DAC:             Fiio E07K

Firmware:      FWOOLMOOJA

 

DAC:             Fiio E17

Firmware:      FWOOLC11EN

 

Cable:            "Samsung Stock USB Male-Micro USB Male" to

                      "USB Female-Mini USB Male Adapter"  Amazon

 

If we all follow the same schema, we should get some conclusions! Looking forward to your configurations, either it worked or not!


i did many searches and i came to conclusion that only note 2 i317 model can work with e07k without usb audio recorder

post #529 of 1419

Hi to all.

Two years ago I started to read stuff on head-fi. The result were Vi-Sang R03's. Few months later I started again. There they were, AKG K450's. Then I took a pause for few months. Then I started again, and bought Grado SR325is.. At this point I didn't even bother to stop reading this forum anymore and that ended up with ordering FiiO E07K which I wait arrive, it will be used primarily with my laptop and less as portable amp. I really hope it will end here... 

 

Has anyone tried to pair Andes with SR325is? For all I could read I expect the bass to benefeit a bit.. I don't have the chance to try before buy a lot and excessive reading was all I could do.

post #530 of 1419
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Originally Posted by darkii89 View Post

i did many searches and i came to conclusion that only note 2 i317 model can work with e07k without usb audio recorder

Only thing that I don't understand if that's true is why some people in Korea made it work as stated by the first posts in this thread, because I don't think they had that American version. Maybe you're right and they never did. I'm going to try stock kernel, with an "OTG" cable and if it doesn't work I'll give up and try to move on.
post #531 of 1419
Hello,
 
I have a problem with my Galaxy S3 (International GT-I9300).
My Fiio E07K works on my computer but not on the phone with USB OTG. The phone is stock with Android 4.1.2
The OTG cable works with a USB key but with the dac, when i play, i have no sound and when i look at the time, it's playing like ten times faster than normal. Do you have any idea of the problem? Can it be the cable?
Thanks!
 
Edit : well, the E7 is compatible with International Galaxy S3 but not the new version : E07K Andes...

Edited by Magy - 2/18/13 at 12:37pm
post #532 of 1419
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Originally Posted by darkii89 View Post

 


i did many searches and i came to conclusion that only note 2 i317 model can work with e07k without usb audio recorder

hey darkii89, do you mind providing the links that say that the note 2 i317 model works with the E07k? or are they easy to find? thanks

post #533 of 1419
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Originally Posted by Ashade View Post


Only thing that I don't understand if that's true is why some people in Korea made it work as stated by the first posts in this thread, because I don't think they had that American version. Maybe you're right and they never did. I'm going to try stock kernel, with an "OTG" cable and if it doesn't work I'll give up and try to move on.

right now I'd say the reason (barring any phone model/android version incompatibilities) it's not working is that you're lacking the OTG cable. you need it so that your phone can play host to the DAC. mind letting us know your carrier, and if you're using the US/international model?


Edited by sammyhf86 - 2/17/13 at 1:37am
post #534 of 1419
It's the international version N7100 carrying ATT. I'm going to try the OTG cable to see if that's the problem (probably will be...)
post #535 of 1419
I was able to get my Andes connected to my S3 American model (stock JB on Verizon) using an OTG cable. I installed the trial of USB Recorder Pro and got a FLAC file to play. Be aware that this was my second attempt - the first time my phone was bricked and had to be replaced. Be careful which OTG cable you use...
post #536 of 1419

Does anyone know how to keep the USB audio running on a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 when the screen times out?  I ordered an E7 after my E07 wouldn't work.  The E7 works as long as the screen is on.  I've checked through all system settings and have yet to find an answer better than leaving the screen on full-time.

post #537 of 1419

I discovered this over the weekend:

 

http://www.android.com/about/jelly-bean/

 

It discusses the upgrades from 4.1 to 4.2.  I'm curious as to if this line could be a big one for us:

 

"Support for USB audio docks."

 

I also found this on another site:

 

"Android 4.2 improves support for low-latency audio playback, starting from the improvements made in Android 4.1 release for audio output latency using OpenSL ES, Soundpool and tone generator APIs. These improvements depend on hardware support — devices that offer these low-latency audio features can advertise their support to apps through a hardware feature constant. New AudioManager APIs are provided to query the native audio sample rate and buffer size, for use on devices which claim this feature."

 

Your thoughts?


Edited by PNWwildcat - 2/19/13 at 9:31am
post #538 of 1419
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Originally Posted by PNWwildcat View Post

Does anyone know how to keep the USB audio running on a Samsung Galaxy Note 2 when the screen times out?  I ordered an E7 after my E07 wouldn't work.  The E7 works as long as the screen is on.  I've checked through all system settings and have yet to find an answer better than leaving the screen on full-time.

 

While the music is still playing or no music playing?  Screen light off or go into screen lock?

 

I can test for you as I have the same equipment.  Anyways, I'll try both.

 

Just tested both and E7 is still active.  On the E7 I have USB Charging - OFF, Sleep - OFF, Keylock - OFF.

 

I'm using PowerAmp but I don't think that matters.


Edited by lg777 - 2/19/13 at 6:33pm
post #539 of 1419

Should I leave USB charging off until my battery gets low when I have it hooked up to my laptop via USB?

post #540 of 1419
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Originally Posted by Got the Shakes View Post

Should I leave USB charging off until my battery gets low when I have it hooked up to my laptop via USB?

 

for any electronics device which includes li-ion battery like our amps, the best way is keep charging it before it run off all the power.  the battery will easy become died if you always charge it till it run off.

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