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Chord Electronics ☆ Poly ☆ (wireless & microSD module for Mojo) ☆★►USEFUL INFO on 1st PAGE!!◄★☆

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by Matt Bartlett, Jan 5, 2017.
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  1. tekkster
    "Bricked" means it doesn't power on.

    So if the Poly p-status light comes on at all, regardless of color, or is on, it's not bricked yet.
     
  2. popof94
    3 hours after: still the same, the dance of the three colours green, red and blue. Poly still in charge, Network is ok but nothing upgrade and no yellow fix light appear.
     
  3. masterpfa
    If I may ask, how have you achieved this?
     
  4. Matt Bartlett
    PM me your Poly serial number and if possible the long Poly WiFi number you get when Poly is running in hotspot mode.
     
    Chord Electronics Stay updated on Chord Electronics at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
     
    https://www.facebook.com/chordelectronics https://twitter.com/chordaudio http://www.chordelectronics.co.uk/
  5. Matt Bartlett
    If you have no P status light and after leaving it overnight it still doesn't switch back on when you plug the charger in.
     
    Chord Electronics Stay updated on Chord Electronics at their sponsor page on Head-Fi.
     
    https://www.facebook.com/chordelectronics https://twitter.com/chordaudio http://www.chordelectronics.co.uk/
  6. scook94
    I'll resign myself to being pedantic, while I continue to wait for my Poly to complete it's upgrade, so...

    "The word "brick", when used in reference to consumer electronics, describes an electronic device such as a mobile device, game console, or router that, due to severe physical damage, a serious misconfiguration, corrupted firmware, or a hardware problem, can no longer function, hence, is as technologically useful as a brick.[1]"

    I'm just concerned that I tried the SD card inserted "trick" this morning after seeing some had success that way, but subsequently Matt warned of the danger of bricking the Poly with an SD card inserted. I'm having a hard time being patient with this process, the lack of visibility as to what is actually happening is driving me up the wall! :joy::joy::joy:
     
  7. scook94
    There's hope for me yet then! lol
     
  8. masterpfa
    That doesn't work for me.
    I had to carry out a factory reset to get Bluetooth to connect on one device, still struggling on another

    EDIT: Finally it worked, although took several attempts.
     
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2019
  9. Amberlamps
    I've noticed a bug, not sure whether it's mconnects fault, qobuz's fault or poly. I doubt it's polys.

    Playlists in qobuz on mconnect, if you have alot of files in a playlist, it will only show you some of them.

    It's the same for the qobuz app, it lists the tracks in your playlist, but only so much and to see the rest you have to push the "see all" button in qobuz.

    That option is not there in mconnect, so it only shows half of a 76 track playlist.

    Other than that, I have found no problems with poly or gofigure it'self.
     
  10. Amberlamps
    Bricked means doesn't work, a light can still work even if the thing is bricked.

    Example, I bricked a thrustmaster warthog hotas setup, I went to update the firmware but forgot the bloody things were plugged into my keyboard and not a usb port on the back of my pc.

    I bricked it, but the lights would still stay on, but nothing was recognised in games or in windows. Totally fckd, but I can get it fixt by jtagging, I just can't be arsed buying the cable and connector for doing it, or I can send it to france for them to do it.

    Considering the thing is the weight of TT2, I won't be sending it to france. I have a second set anyway, so it's not something that needs immediate attention.
     
  11. masterpfa
    Thanks for your reply

    I just reread my post and it wasn't clear what I was asking so apologies for that

    What I meant to ask was:
    I have been using Mconnect to playback Tidal and MQA for a few months via my Android phone and Poly, I am seeing no difference between pre firmware update and post firmware update regarding Tidal or Qobuz playback.

    My question was not regarding MQA playback solely but Tidal and Qobuz playback in general (I have also been able to playback via BubbleUPNP too for Tidal at least)

    EDIT:
    Looking on the Mconnect support pages: Play TIDAL Master(MQA) tracks to MQA supported audio.
    The Chord Mojo/Poly aren't MQA supported devices, silly me. So still in the same position re MQA
     
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2019
  12. Amberlamps
    Chrome cast audio is rated for upto 96khz, but it's gimped, it will drop out and mess up, google aint doing nothing about it as they find that collecting user info and shopping purchases on an audio product is worth taking up processor time and power, thus making 48khz the max resolution before it will start freaking out on ya.

    Not sure if it's the same as chromecast itself, just the audio version of it, but it does play 44 and 48k fine.
     
  13. Gr8h8m
    I play 24/96 over a Chromecast audio all the time, no probs at all.
     
  14. Amberlamps
    You must be the only one in the world then, as it's all over the internet that 96khz doesn't work and has been like that since, atleast 1 year.

    Can we swap CCA's ?

    Both mine crap out, 4g or home wifi :frowning2:
     
  15. PrittiPoly
    Hope it came in a plain brown paper wrapper.
     
    Last edited: Apr 9, 2019
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