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Nope not you, no worries.
No, this is precisely the thread for that kind of issues.I read somewhere a similar problem and the owner fixed it changing the channels on router, you can do it on the router configurations.
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Does anyone know if there is a change log for these firmware updates on the DX220?
If you are doing the update via wifi the change log will be on the screen while it downloads. There was a post in the DX220 thread for this update with screen shots of the change log, just have to look around for it by the date it was released.
Thank you. I updated the firmware locally. So far the previous issues I mentioned with the Tidal apk seem to be resolved. I'll take a look at the other thread to see if I can find the Screenshot you mentioned. Your assistance is greatly appreciated @DaYooper.
So I've discussed the custom ROM/firmware/software some more with WindowsX and can confirm that the effect is much more pronounced on Android OS. I actually prefer listening to Android OS with it. In his words iBasso's Mango OS is to a large extent its own thing while Android OS can be fully optimized. I think it's obvious that iBasso's Android OS is really behind in sound quality in comparison to what it could sound like. While I'm unable at this point to conclude that Fidelizer Advanced Android OS is better sounding than iBasso Mango OS, partly because I didn't know what to focus on, I think that those who use streaming services could benefit a lot from this ROM. It's doing something right that iBasso isn't.
By the way,
this so-called reviewer who is also on this forum did not know to use Mango OS over Android OS. I think it's smart to do a better job of conveying that Mango OS sounds better than Android OS on the iBasso firmware. I learned this through the forum, and there was a poster who had a DX200 and never realized he should try Mango OS for a sound improvement. I think at least once a pop-up should appear prompting people to switch to Mango OS in order to experience an improvement for music on the DAP or on an SD card. Maybe it's also a good idea to include something in the box encouraging people to try Mango OS.
Please let's stay on track or it get to hard to keep track of issues or questions.
Would be nice to have a native mobile app to control the Mango player via Bluetooth. Have tried other apps like Hiby Music but have experienced some issues with it...
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Suggestion for Mango Android.
if we go back from album to the main list, is it possible to come out in view of album that we just enter... not from above / beginning of the list...?
In Pure Mango OS, is doing what I wanted...
Unfortunately, this still only works in Mango OS Album list view and not grid view. Grid view still takes you back the beginning of the list. It would be great if list view and grid view would both retain your position instead going back to the start.
See my early post - I requested that a return should
I requested this earlier in the thread as well - all returns should remember position in the prior listing/menu. The folder/directory browse mode does a much better job on this - if you haven't tried it.
Is it possible to add an option in sound setting to choose "Output everything to DSD format".
I have seen this option in Fiio M11(sorry to mention other dap) and I think it could be a good.function in dx220 as well since dsd is processed via XMOS chip. Sound should be cleaner.
I just want to enjoy whatever I own now and not to mention the comparison with other DAPs OR maybe I will compare the DX220 with DX220EX later on.