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USB Audio Recorder PRO (UAPP): 24- and 32-bit playback, ubiquitous USB audio support for Android

Discussion in 'Portable Source Gear' started by nztechfreak, Feb 5, 2014.
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  1. Davy Wentzler
    For now, yes.
     
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  2. Larethio
    The option to disable the hi res logo is a very welcome one indeed.

    There needs to be an option to "Ignore Prefix" in the artists tab. Poweramp has it but is lackluster in sound quality compared to UAPP.
     
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  4. cat6man
    hi davey,

    longtime customer and user here.

    i'm wondering if you have a solution for the following:

    i'm using uapp with the following two devices:

    1. android mobile/uapp==>usb DAC==>mosconi input #3
    or
    2. fiio/uapp==>mosconi input #3

    note: the mosconi can bypass the car's stereo system completely.......
    mosconi input #3 is a line level while mosconi input #1 is set to the high level output of the car dashboard system

    in both cases i have to navigate the source from either the android mobile or from the fiio.

    i notice that if i set up my mobile (or fiio) on my car's bluetooth (i.e. streaming music via bluetooth), i can pause or skip forward/backward from
    my car's touch screen.

    when i use the mosconi line level input from uapp, i can still see the choice of music and the pause/skip buttons on my car's touch screen but they no longer function,
    presumably since i am not streaming the music via bluetooth.........however the interface is there and changes as the music plays and changes tunes.

    is there any way you could set up uapp so that it has a hybrid mode of operating so that it will still output the music via usb (android phone) or analog out (fiio)
    and in parallel have the car bluetooth still think it is streaming bluetooth? maybe even enable the bluetooth streaming in parallel? (let the car think it is playing the music,
    but since its output is actually routed to input #1 on the mosconi that is not in use, so it won't interfere with my higher quality music).

    any chance this is doable?

    cheers,

    marty (aka cat6man)
     
  5. Davy Wentzler
    I'm afraid it's not being worked on at the moment due to having to finish another project.
     
  6. Davy Wentzler
    Not really, but how does your car system know which song plays when it is not connected?
     
  7. cat6man
    it seems the car/dash is still(!) receiving the song info over bluetooth when i select 'phone' as audio source on the dashboard screen.
    even when the audio from the android phone is being directed elsewhere.
    actually, the mosconi has 2 inputs i can use, #2 with its own 96k bluetooth link and #3 which is analog aux-in.
    i can be streaming from phone to 96k bluetooth/dac and still see the song on car dash.
     
  8. richardloh
    Hi Davy, Done .. hope penalised and removed soon with help from users of your uapp pro here. Cheers. Richard
     
  9. Chris Kaoss
    Done also.
    Thanks for the hint, Richard.
     
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  10. mw7485
    Really enjoying UAPP. But I'm having an issue with dsf tags. For the most part and superficially everything things seem OK. Look a little deeper though, and that doesn't appear to be the case.

    First off, none of my DSF files seem to have the composer tag value recognised, even though the tags appear fine in both MP3Tag and JRiver.

    Next up, there is an inconsistency with album artist/artist. If the album artist & artist are the same, everything APPEARS OK, but if a track's artist tag is different from the track's album artist tag, the album artist tag isn't recognised at all. From this, I assume that the album artist is getting populated from artist. This only occurs with dsf files - all other file types work as expected. This starts to cause problems in the album view (which I mostly use), as any affected dsf albums are shown as multiple, smaller "sub albums" grouped by artist. This then means if I want to listen to one of the affected albums, I have to add all the "sub albums", track by track to the queue one by one, and then play the queue.

    Are these known issues? I could not find reference to these issues by searching back through this thread so I apologise if I bought up something that has been thrashed to death elsewhere,

    UAPP v5.2.6 on LG V30+ (H930)
    Android 7.1.2
     
  11. Davy Wentzler
    Thanks! I'm afraid it will never get removed though. I think more than 20 people have flagged it. They must have some threshold of number of installs before they look into these reports. More aggrevating even is that they created another similar app now (https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=am.usb.audio.player), where the screenshots are even from UAPP with a little modification.
     
  12. Davy Wentzler
    The easiest way would be to send me such a file by a cloud service.
     
  13. m-i-c-k-e-y
  14. Davy Wentzler
  15. WitzyZed
    Same issue here, every .dsf I have is tagged with artist, album artist, & composer. do not show up in album artist tab, swipe over to album tab sorted by artist, there they can be found.
     
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