Please post difinitive solutions here. I think it could be useful to have a Mojo fixing issue thread. The Official (Updated First Post) Mojo Thread goes at such pace. The thread grows amazingly in length and finding posts on specific issues can be a challenge. Maybe it's best to leave the Official Mojo Thread to people pairing, cabling, and dicussing. I don't know but, if so then the opportunity is here. I have read the Mojo official Thread with great interest. I own a Mojo, and bought it about three weeks ago. However as yet I never got around to opening it. I was just wanting to get all my issues laid aside before diving in. My mind is mostly at rest after much reading. Anyway I will list what I found in the Official Mojo thread and hope solutions and issues get posted here. However who knows, and maybe no-one will use this thread. 1. Some users reported the first half second of tracks are missed when selecting a track using Foobar with computers. (Or at the start of playing music; but no problem when one track follows on to another.) This was reported on page 315 of the Mojo thread. A. The solution was to use JRiver as posted by @psikey JRiver allows the user to insert a small amount of silence before playing newly manual selected tracks. Thus eliminating the Mojo from cutting off the first half second of music. Any media player that allows this user control will suffice. 2. Some people reported interference when using phones. I believe it was with the coaxial connection. A. I think I understood that putting the phone in airplane mode cured it. Apparently it is not a fault of the Mojo but interference on the cable connecting the phone to the Mojo. 3. Battery life of file transport devices using USB I believe is largely diminished. I was thinking of using the Sony NWZ-A15, but apparently that only manages about seven hours battery. (Report of eight hours with the Sony ZX100.) This is startling because the A15 is notorious for having a superb battery life. I think phones suffer shorter battery time too. I really don't want to have to buy an A&K to pair with it. I think phone is the solution for me because i can get a good camera with it. 4 At the moment the mojo does not pair with Windows phones and it's the Windows software that is the reason. Win 8.x doesn't support the necessary OTG which the mojo uses. Post 2194 and 2125 (In the Official Mojo Thread) are reflecting the Windows problem. @jamestux is I think using Win 10 beta and says the mojo still refuses to acknowledge the phone exists. Win 10 for phones comes out in Dec and it is stated it will support OTG that shuold make the Mojo work. 5 Some of the early models of the mojo reported problems. Some made a noise while charging: hissing, humming, or vibrating. There were two solutions. Either return the unit. Or send it to Chord. Apparently the cause was a regulator. Chord are reported to fix and return the Mojo with lightning speed if you send the unit to them. I think some of the units hissed and they are fixable too. ----- Just for advice I will add Mr Rob Watts of Chord Electronics, brilliant explanation of the charging curcuit. Just for those of us that are thinking of using the Mojo as a desktop DAC. It is pefectly feasable to use the Mojo in desktop mode. I was asking because I saw someone question the charging curcuit on Amazon, and I asked in the Official Mojo Thread. This is the reply, "Just to clarify. Charging is automatic. If you are playing and charging at the same time, with a fully charged battery, the charger will supply enough current to balance the consumption used by Mojo, so no net current into the battery. If its fully charged and the unit is off, the charger will go off. The charger will re charge automatically when the battery voltage falls to 8.2v (off at 8.4v) so keeping the charger connected will ensure a full charge." --- Anyway I hope this thread helps at least one person, and then it has done its job.