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ONKYO DP-X1 | Dual Sabre Dacs | Balanced | Sabre BTL Amp | MQA | DSD 256 | Android 5 |

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by t.r.a.n.c.e., Sep 11, 2015.
  1. DBaldock9
    Try searching in this thread, for the terms adb and fastboot.
    You should find posts that have links to file downloads (mostly for rooting, but I think the stock ROM download is also listed), and to directions for flashing the ROM.
     
  2. Megaherz09
    Hello! I have Pioneer XDP-100R with onkyo dp-x1 firmware. A strange problem occured. When entering Settings - Security, Settings crash, reflasing and factory doesn't help. Nothing similar happened before.
     
  3. KuroKitsu
    X1A Finally arrived today. Getting to boot TWRP was a labour worthy of Hercules!

    .First it W10 failed to get proper drivers for fastboot and I spent an hour before figuring out to select the Samsung USB ADB Driver.
    Then I spent another half an hour trying to get the bootloader to unlock, got in did a stock backup, flashed the custom firmware which was too lean even for my tastes. Google Play didn't work, ADB didn't work, I had no way of even getting a file manager to get APKS out side of Play. Went back to stock and install Root Explorer, SU Root and TiBu to cleanup the gunk myself.

    I still haven't gotten to even playing music on it yet.....
     
  4. KuroKitsu
    Okay now I need some help, I went back to stock, got root, removed most GApps in TiBu. Now whenever I start up the player, it spends some time optimizing apps and drains close to 5% of my battery doing so, Did a factory reset the apps I removed are still gone, and it's still optimizing apps on startup.
     
  5. DBaldock9
    I'm not familiar with that scenario.
    If you're not too concerned with the storage space being used, you can install Titanium Backup Pro, and "Freeze" apps, to keep them from running, or showing up anywhere in the DAPs UI.
     
  6. KuroKitsu
    Yeah I removed them straightout which might be why it's breaking. Did you freeze anything? I'm curious if theres a list that I can refer to,
     
  7. DBaldock9
    On my rooted DP-X1B, these are the apps that I have currently Frozen in Titanium Backup Pro -
    Google Play Newsstand
    Google+
    Hangouts
    Keep
    Maps
    MusicFX
    Photos
    Sheets
    Slides
    TalkBack

    When it gets annoying to keep seeing the pop-up saying that YouTube has stopped, I'll go in and freeze it as well.
     
  8. TheNoose
    You know...I’ve never touched the apps. I only use the on board player. And in two years I’ve never had any problem. Clean.
     
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  9. KuroKitsu
    IMO at that point you're probably better off buying a Sony Walkman or something with propietary firmware.
     
  10. aangen
    IYO.
     
  11. TheNoose
    What for?
    This unit has the sound / value in the market. I don’t buy to play s/ware engineers I play music. And my balanced headphones shine with this unit. So thanks for your advice but I don’t need it. I’ve owned Sony btw. This is significantly better.
     
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  12. bluedolphin
    I have made a purchase in spain and i am waiting
    meanwhile i got this answer from Onkyo Europe about the bad situation
    on getting Onkyo Dp-x1 in spain
    Is avaible in Online stores in spain as soon that we purchase it
    then goes mysteriously into out of stock
    And nobody care
    We hope we able to get one.

    Acording to what Onkyo say is done by Preorder in spain, and they not have it in spain
    and have to get it from Germany, this custumber can not speed up but local dealers can speed up if they want
    so their answer is sorry we can not help

    It was not easy to get Onkyo players in spain

    [​IMG]
     
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2018
  13. KuroKitsu
    Oh I don't know? Perhaps the fact that there is something I don't need is there and could reduce the battery life? I bought this to listen to music, not plugged in charging.

    Removing unneeded software is not rocket science, it might be for you though since you don't seem to understand what software engineering entails.

    Plus I wasn't under the impression that I was providing advice. Simply my opinion that you should get something with a propietary firmware if you dont care about removing stuff you don't use, but whooshhhh.
     
  14. TheNoose
    Not interested in your opinion and certainly didn’t ask for it. ‘You should get’ is advice and I didn’t ask. Very narky. Can we move on? I like this forum and come here for enjoyment. Not advice nor judgment. I’m moving on.
     
  15. KuroKitsu
    So did I give my opinion or advice? Those are 2 very different things. I certainly didn't ask for your opinion either but you went and gave yours, so I responded to it.
     

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