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Applications I installed on the device are deleted after a software update. That's maybe normal, but that means all of my offline contents are useless, because after a reinstall of Tidal the songs can not be detected on my external/internal storage anymore. Is there any solution? Its not easy to re-download all my songs again.
Yeah, I had the same impressions yesterday but spent with it only 15 minuts.
Yes, the same for me, i prefer the old version...
Same for me. Slow response and need more pression on the screen...
Just a simple question : Is there a tutorial to install other app on the DX200? I need to install Qobuz or Tidal. Or better, the play store?
Please see the first post of Paul has linked the procedure.
Or you can install this rom following his procedure. Google play and services are already pre-installed. Far easier for long term use.
I don't see any improvement with the latest firmware. At least for me, I'm not affected by the bugs that the latest FW supposed to fix. However, the screen response is noticeably slower than before.
There must be an option to increase or decrease the sensitivity of the touchscreen so it should suit all users "sensitivity" needs
I guess some problems are hardware QC problem, which reducing the sensitivity can't fix.
If your set have phantom touch problem try removing the screen protector if problem still there means hardware issue. That would means it's not grease or dirty screen issue.
If it's fixed after that, get a new screen protector.
My only complain with the old firmware is random popping noise when playing 24 bits flac's. Since there doesn't seem to be a fix for that in this fw upgrade, I think I will wait for the next update.
My only issue is the swipe reaction delay in Mango mode and this doesn't seem to have changed.
Does anyone find that with the 1.5.69 Mongo mode seems to hang rather easily? I'm switching back to Android mode to see if it's more stable. But agreed in Mongo mode, the UI is somewhat less responsive...it in fact reminds me of the Android Ice Cream sandwich days. For now I think I'm happy with Mongo in Android 6.0.1 mode for the stability and response.
My DX200 is still around the 110-120 hr mark. Ways to go to where the rest of you guys are at.
For now, I have to say I'm still leaning towards the NW-WM1Z fence between the two but I'll continue burning the DX200 and will revisit the comparison.
Me too... New soft is not better...
Yes, now, the "pure mongo " is just in-usable! Really too slow!!
really?... come on iBasso...