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Android phones and USB DACs

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by nztechfreak, Feb 9, 2012.
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  1. MikeyFresh

    After the drive has been recognized/accessible, does UAPP then operate as normal? i.e. are you able to then designate the external storage as the Local Folder in UAPP's settings?
     
    I am getting this to work with ES File Explorer, but only one single track at a time can be selected/played and then I have to go back into the ES Explorer app to make a new selection. UAPP cannot see the external storage in terms of selecting it as the Local Folder.
     
    My device is not a Samsung and thus does not have the "My Files" app, but I'm willing to try other File Managers if better functionality can be achieved than just the single track at a time access I'm getting with the ES File Explorer app.
     
  2. chowboofay

    “XX bit” showed on the play interface is the bit depth of the song. A information box will appear when you long press the play interface, and "XX bit" here refers to outputting.
     
  3. Antihippy
    So am I right in saying that marshmallow will upsample all audio to 192khz if it detects an external dac that can play 192khz files?

    Is there a way to disable this upsampling other than bypassing it through an app like the onkyo hf player?
     
  4. m-i-c-k-e-y
     
    Sorry for the late reply..YES once the drive has been recognized I could operate UAPP normally and shuffle the directories I want. Hibymusic recognizes it too...
     
  5. MikeyFresh

    So you can choose the mass storage as the Local Folder in UAPP settings?
     
  6. m-i-c-k-e-y
    YES! UsbDriveA is my Samsung M3 (2.5inch) 2TB portable drive. 
     
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  7. imeem
    yea I know that. Here's a picture of hiby outputting my 24 bit music file as 16 bit. 
     
    Screenshot_2016-02-17-09-40-01.png
     
  8. DanBa
  9. shuto77

    I hate how samsung is bringing back an old feature (micro SD card slot), that used to be standard, and we're supposed to be happy about it.

    So they can no longer gauge us over the cost of expanded memory? Cool, but where's my replaceable battery?

    I'm not criticizing you, this is more a criticism of Samsung (and Apple).
     
  10. REXNFX
    Yes and yes (UAPP works too), Android 5 & 6 upsample which has a bad effect on my Sony Z3c, haven't tried other phones as transports. Apparently Samsung phones make better transports...
     
  11. yurivv
    Can someone please tell me how I can make my Mojo play music using the Hiby Music player on my ASUS Zenfone 5? I've tried playing music through the Onkyo Player and it works fine (I just selected the "USB device" option in the "Output" section of the settings menu). But I can't seem to find the same one in the Hiby Music player menu. Has anyone figured that out? I would appreciate any help.
     
  12. yurivv
    I've sorted out the issue with the Hiby player for Android devices so I'll post it here in case anyone needs it. You have to launch the Hiby Music player and leave it on (don't minimize or close the app), then connect Mojo to your Android device and wait for a confirmation message to appear. Tap the ok button (that will allow the application to stream music through Mojo) and enjoy any sample rate you want.
     
  13. bkssed
    Onkyo player seems to lack bass impact, hiby player has punch in the music. Tried to like the onkyo for its equalizer but prefer the sound of hiby. It has caused my phone to reboot a few times though due to driver issues when changing sample rate.
     
  14. m-i-c-k-e-y
    I don't know if it this is new or already present in the previous versions (cause since I started using UAPP a kind to forget about it)..NEUTRON PLAYER HAS FINALLY A USB DRIVER.
     
    Can upsample by material to 24/384....It cracks/rattles however at higher resolutions (no buffer settings).
     
    Pics to follow.
     
  15. Hawaiibadboy Contributor

    Sadly it's not working with Mojo
     
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