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To say DP-X1 is buggy is like saying "this Tesla car is buggy. I have owned a lot of bicycles and never had a software issue with them". How many of those DAPs had an OS as flexible as Android?
Who ya asking?
 
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I was just ranting on people complaining about software bugs. Good on Onkyo, Pioneer and Fiio for biting the bullet and releasing really flexible DAPs. If not for them, we would be using dumb DAPs for local files and buggy phones for Tidal and Spotify :D
 
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OK. Here is the custom TWRP recovery for Onkyo DP-X1 DAP: link
If you do not know what it is, then you do not need it :wink: Use at your own risk.
Brief instruction:
1) Boot your player in Fastboot mode (press Power button + Prev track button simultaneously until the penguin)
2) Connect to USB, Install the driver if necessary (Choose "Android ADB interface" from the drivers list).
3) run _flash.bat file or use manual commands to flash or boot into recovery.
You're done. Enjoy!
 
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  OK. Here is the custom TWRP recovery for Onkyo DP-X1 DAP: link
If you do not know what it is, then you do not need it :wink: Use at your own risk.
Brief instruction:
1) Boot your player in Fastboot mode (press Power button + Prev track button simultaneously until the penguin)
2) Connect to USB, Install the driver if necessary (Choose "Android ADB interface" from the drivers list).
3) run _flash.bat file or use manual commands to flash or boot into recovery.
You're done. Enjoy!
Well done and thank you.
Is this completely reversible/uninstallable?
 
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I have downloaded the zip file twice with different browsers but unfortunately it appears to be corrupt and will not open. Any suggestions, please?
 
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  OK. Here is the custom TWRP recovery for Onkyo DP-X1 DAP: link
If you do not know what it is, then you do not need it :wink: Use at your own risk.
Brief instruction:
1) Boot your player in Fastboot mode (press Power button + Prev track button simultaneously until the penguin)
2) Connect to USB, Install the driver if necessary (Choose "Android ADB interface" from the drivers list).
3) run _flash.bat file or use manual commands to flash or boot into recovery.
You're done. Enjoy!
What is it?
 

 
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I have flashed many roms onto Samsung phones using Odin but this method is totally new to me.
Is there anything else I need to have installed on my PC, such as Android SDK? (which will not fully install on my PC for some reason)
Any links to a "how to" guide, please?
 
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  I was just ranting on people complaining about software bugs. Good on Onkyo, Pioneer and Fiio for biting the bullet and releasing really flexible DAPs. If not for them, we would be using dumb DAPs for local files and buggy phones for Tidal and Spotify :D
My phone isn't buggy with Tidal or Spotify.
 
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  What is it?
 
Custom recovery partition.  Useful for recovering your device if you break it when rooting.  Also allows for system-level software backups.  If you don't know why you might want it, I would definitely stay away.
 
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