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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. jumpa
    It will be so amazing if you could implement amazon hd music in uapp because it sounds sooo good.
     
    Last edited: Sep 19, 2019
  2. Robin82nl
    hi

    i got this app now on my S7 with Qobuz with my Fiio Q Mk2 but how do i play music offline ? when i turn off 4G and Wifi i cant play music even i have music from Qobuz on my SD
     
  3. Davy Wentzler
    Third parties are not allowed to play offline music for both Tidal and Qobuz
     
  4. Robin82nl
    oke ty then app no good for me
     
  5. m-i-c-k-e-y
    Good luck on your search!
     
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  6. Chris Kaoss
    There is no other app than the proprietary to fulfill your requirements.
    So you have to use the qobuz app to play offline music.
     
  7. DBaldock9
    I suspect that they don't want the encryption keys for their downloaded music files to get "into the wild" (other people's apps).
     
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  8. Vartan
    Hi Davy,

    I'm having issue with image + cue type ape files (file compression High). Gapless playback not working proper, some times on lock screen issue with play/pause button, but most annoying ... when I touch seek line. Music stop playin and then starting next track.

    Thanks
     
    Last edited: Sep 19, 2019
  9. chungoooo
    Sooo true..
     
  10. HeartOfSky
    Hey all! Just upgraded to the Note 10+ and am encountering something that's not really an issue, but is quite annoying. After searching online, and here, I'm not finding if it can be addressed or not.

    I'd like to find a way to disable UAPP from automatically starting whenever I plug in either USB-C headphones or the Dragonfly Cobalt. I'd also like to disable to pop up that happens every time I don't select UAPP control it by default. Because of this, I can't plug something in to take a call, or UAPP will automatically start and take over the audio... leaving the call to NOT come through the DAC. If I want to take a call, and UAPP is open, I have to close it first. That's fine. What isn't is that I can't just plug something in and have Android/UAPP not do something about it.

    Specifically, I'd like to avoid what's in this screenshot. I appreciate any thoughts.
    [​IMG]
     
  11. DBaldock9
    In the Developer Options, do you have "Disable automatic routing to USB audio peripherals" turned On or Off?
     
  12. HeartOfSky
    Thanks for replying!

    I did not have that setting "on". So, I turned it on, and closed UAPP. When I plugged the Cobalt in, the pop up still happened.

    BTW, have you listened through the Cobalt yet? It's pretty wow.
     
  13. Davy Wentzler
    Please go into Android settings, Apps, USB Audio Player PRO and clear the app's defaults there (please note that this is not clear data or clear cache).
     
  14. HeartOfSky
    Thank you. I did that step before posting my question here. It's what led to that screenshot.

    As it currently appears, I can opt for the pop up every time I plug in, which will keep UAPP from hijacking the audio; or... I can tell the pop up to not ask me again, which will cause UAPP to open every time the DAC is connected.
     
  15. Davy Wentzler
    True. That's how Android works I'm afraid.
     
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