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Theoretically, yes. But we didn't test the device you mentioned, sorry.
I'm not sure if anyone else else has had this problem, but I recently decided to try out Google music because it allows me to combine all my streaming library and alac/flac library in one place on a dap. One problem tho on the x5iii. For some reason Google music can see my SD card and shows 108gb free space, but won't download anything because it says "not enough space". I think it is trying to save to system storage. Is there any way around this? Tidal doesn't do this, only Google music.
We are trying to contact Google music and report to our engineers about this. Not sure what leads to the problem but we would still try to solve this issue.
Sorry if bringing inconvenience to you.
Thanks for the response. Yes, the problem is that on the x5iii the storage location option does not appear in the app. According to Google music this option should be available on android 4 something and higher. I have even tried reinstalling the app.
If anyone is interested, Apple music is so far the only streaming service I've tried on the x5iii that isn't plagued with the skipping/stuttering issue. I've had it playing non-stop for roughly 3hrs straight now and not a single hiccup yet.