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Sorry I no longer have the DX200.
I am done installing the Lurker for new FW updating and all needed streaming music apps.
Now I got other problems like popping sounds after an end and begin of the song. Most of the time the screen frozen and I could not move things or change songs...Are there ways to fix these problems? Thank you.
Do a factory reset. That should fix everything.
If I do a factory reset would it loose everything especially the FW update?
No, you're supposed to do a Fac Reset after updating the firmware. You won't lose anything on your microSD card and you won't lose the update.
I did install the streaming music apps and downloading some songs to listen offline since they are stored in internal memory of DX200. Would these are going to be erased too?
Um...I think so yes. But you can easily reinstall them.
Please explain. Why do we need "left" firmware, if they have worse sound quality? In order that would ruin the battery?
After installing the new FW (Lurker) and factory reset I found out the only streaming music app (NCT) causes the popping noise in the gap between songs even though DX200 has been done with twice factory reset. There is nothing could affect to the sound at all.
You don't "need" Lurkers firmware. You can install it if you want the Google Play Store. Lurker takes the stock firmware and makes it more efficient and adds some features. Nothing about it will ruin the battery.
I don't use Tidal or Spotify....so wait until someone on here who uses it comes on. They'll be able to help you out.
You will experience popping and studdering if your WiFi connection is 2.5G and not 5G at least that's my experience.
Well there you go.
Just tried a few songs with Tidal offline and online. I heard popping sound almost everytime i changed songs. And it happened on both online and offline. If i let it auto change song after done, no popping sound.
I used latest Lurker FW and 5.0GHZ wifi.
Oh, I haven't experienced that, I usually just listen to a full album at a time, I also use cross fade settings. Maybe it has something to do with shuffle play?