Originally Posted by koolas
Yesterday, I just tried iDSD with Moto G and it didn't work. Again Pan Am did work (plug-and-play), and iDSD didn't. Moto G has Jelly Bean. It can be upgraded to KitKat, but I doubt it would solve the issue. I suspect that the only portable device that iDSD is working with is iPhone 5, and even that I am not sure of.
I've got a question to iFi: Did you test iDSD with any Android devices?
All AMR/iFi products are all USB Audio Class 2.0 compliant.
OS X already is, Windows needs the driver.
As for Android because it is open-source, it is unfortunately a machine-by-machine basis.
Software-wise, the particular Android device must be:
1. USB Host mode MUST be supported and
2. USB Audio Class Compliant
3. for High-Resolution playback, it needs extra software.
A good test of whether or not your Android device is compatible or not is to install the trial version of USB Audio Player Pro (UAPP).
(this also has an ever growing list of compatible and non-compatible devices-it shows each particular model)
If UAPP works, you are good to go.
UAPP works often even if the Device itself does not support USB Audio Class. So, to plug in iDSD and to get audio you need:
i. Host mode
ii. OTG adapter and
iii. USB Audio Class support.
If no USB Audio Class support or if HD needed - use UAPP.
We have a pdf Android instruction sheet which neatly summarises all this. Just email: email@example.com and we'll send you a copy.