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HibyMusic Android and iOS Music Player - Bit-perfect USB Output; Network and Dropbox Streaming

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by lukeap69, Feb 28, 2015.
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  1. rawkesh
    Seems like I am in spam mode. @Joe Bloggs, I have another question. I am playing a 44k file but my Mojo color code is saying its blue(176 khz?) But with UAPP i get the correct sampling information on Mojo.
     
    What could be causing this?
     
  2. Joe Bloggs Contributor

    Mmm, two questions
    1. Is SRC turned OFF?
    2. Are you reading this light color while music is playing? The color changes even when the track is on pause...

    As for the Hiby beta, there is some delay between when you register for the beta and when you receive the beta download. The beta is currently on version 3720.
     
  3. rawkesh

     
    1/ SRF is off.
    2/ Yes, it was the color while playing.
     
    Interestingly, I had to force kill the app and restart and then the color change to red (44k) while playing.
     
    Will i receive a notification when it's ready to download the Beta? or should I check back again?
     
  4. Joe Bloggs Contributor

    Thanks for your report, I'll check with our engineers what's happening on the SRC front.

    And I'll have to get back to you in two days on why the beta app isn't available for you, when I get back to Hong Kong. I can't access Google Play at all in China. The GFW has gone medieval overdrive on me and google it seems...
     
  5. Sound Eq
    hi joe is opus 1 rootable and can we install v4a
     
  6. Joe Bloggs Contributor

    Sorry, neither me nor our company know anything about the first item, so I don't know about the second either.
     
  7. s4tch
    thanks for the fix in advance, Joe. shared folders work just fine, but if you're about to play music from a certain artist, year or genre, dlna is a more convenient way. after the fix, hiby would be perfect for my usage. it certainly sounds better than my go-to player (bubbleupnp).
     
  8. Joe Bloggs Contributor
    HibyMusic 2.3.4 beta build 3771 is available for testing!

    Improvements include:
    (over current production build 2.3.3 build 3607)
    1.Playlists are now generated in Playlist view from M3U files found during scanning;
    2.Fixed error where certain tracks' album art couldn't be displayed or display in corrupted fashion;
    3.Fixed issue where certain cue files are parsed without filtering out the whole-length sound file;
    4.Improved ordering of songs in All Songs and Folders view and improved speed at which ordering is done (by sorting during scanning)
    (over previous beta build 3720)
    1. Improved sorting by filename
    2. Corrects bug that caused downloaded tracks to appear duplicated
    3. Fixes bug where playback cannot skip corrupt files on a playlist

    Link to join the beta: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.hiby.music

    After following the link, to check that the beta is available for your download, tap the "read more" link in our play store entry to find the version info and look for build no. 3771.

    Looking forward to your feedback :)
     
  9. Joe Bloggs Contributor
    HibyMusic 2.3.4 beta build 3792 is available for testing!

    New release candidate. Cumulative changes over build 3607:
    1. Improved filename-based track ordering;
    2. M3U playlists are now included in "Playlists" tab after scanning;
    3. Added indication of lyrics track sync time shift amount;
    4. Fixed issue where scanning for tracks led to force closing;
    5. Fixed issue where certain operations led to duplicate listings of downloaded tracks;
    6. Fixed issue where album art appears corrupted;
    7. Improved reliability of function of long-tapping right-edge of screen to show alphabetical scrollbar and scroll quickly through track listing;
    8. Corrected track counts after adding tracks to playlists;
    9. Fixed issue where corrupt / unplayable tracks cannot be skipped when playing through playlists;
    10. Fixed issue where certain tracks when played over the cloud cannot transition to the next track normally.

    Link to join the beta: https://play.google.com/apps/testing/com.hiby.music

    After following the link, to check that the beta is available for your download, tap the "read more" link in our play store entry to find the version info and look for build no. 3771.

    Looking forward to your feedback :)
     
  10. H20Fidelity Contributor
    I'm joining, want to see if my recent issue below can be resolved.

    http://www.head-fi.org/t/595071/android-phones-and-usb-dacs/8610#post_13118294

    Sadly in my situation I think it's a case of an older smartphone and my DAC.
     
  11. mozzilla
    Is there a v2.3.4 with Baidu as cloud storage?
     
  12. Joe Bloggs Contributor
    HibyMusic-xmas-newyear-2017-2.jpg

    Time to play the happy tunes of the new year and what better way to do it than with the HibyMusic 2.3.4 newly updated for 2017? :D

    https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.hiby.music

    Fully spring-cleaned for the new year, the Android version 2.3.4 build 3792 is jam-packed with new features and fixes over 2.3.3 build 3607 from November:
    1. Improved filename-based track ordering;
    2. M3U playlists are now included in "Playlists" tab after scanning;
    3. Added indication of lyrics track sync time shift amount;
    4. Fixed issue where scanning for tracks led to force closing;
    5. Fixed issue where certain operations led to duplicate listings of downloaded tracks;
    6. Fixed issue where album art appears corrupted;
    7. Improved reliability of function of long-tapping right-edge of screen to show alphabetical scrollbar and scroll quickly through track listing;
    8. Corrected track counts after adding tracks to playlists;
    9. Fixed issue where corrupt / unplayable tracks cannot be skipped when playing through playlists;
    10. Fixed issue where certain tracks when played over the cloud cannot transition to the next track normally.

    Edit: new iOS version hit some roadblocks but is finally ready for "sale"! :wink:
    https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hibymusic/id1048838844

    iOS version 2.1.1 changelog:
    1. Added option to proceed directly to mailbox on forgetting password
    2. More iPad optimizations
    3. Improved sorting algorithm
    4. Updated third party login
    5. Improved cover art display
    6. Improved folder / album playthrough logic
    7. Lyrics time adjustment now applies to each song separately
    8. Fixes iPod music scan crashes*
    9. Corrects display of track time info in specific situations
    10. Fixes crash caused by lyrics display under iOS7

    *If you still have issue with this, you're invited to try our latest beta:
    http://www.head-fi.org/t/699741/audiophile-ios-audio-player/420#post_13110816
     
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  13. Joe Bloggs Contributor
    Update: New Year 2017 version has also been released for iDevices :)
     
  14. oldmate
    Root your S3 and roll back to Android 4.3. Reinstall UAPP and you should be good to go. Now as far as being old goes well only now are DAP manufacturers giving us quad core processors and 1GB of ram and as far as the CPU's go they are of the budget variety as opposed to the Cortex A9 found in the S3 plus the S3 has 2gb of RAM. So old?? For use as a source no way.
     
    I'm still rocking my S3 with my HA-2 and it's awesome. Will be my TOTL "DAP" for sometime.
     
  15. H20Fidelity Contributor

    I'll send you a PM about this.
     
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