turned off "memory play" which made no difference. Assuming that's what you meant.
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Make sure that it is recognised. Open up a terminal and type in
Look for FiiO. If it's not there you need to update your kernel. If it is there, install PulseAudio control. After installation go to the last tab and disable the onboard sound and it will force the X3 to be the primary output. Enjoy.
Yeah, I've had that issue a few times. It doesn't ever seem to occur while I'm looking at the player, though.