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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. Percival
    Yes, they work fine in browsers. Yes, I believe the higher bitrate streams are geolocked.
  2. Davy Wentzler
    Eventually, the second m3u8 lists no URL's, but just something that looked like I had to replace a part with a part listed in the final m3u8 file. If I hardcode that in UAPP, then it plays for 3 seconds, then stops because no data is coming in anymore.
  3. Percival
    Are you able to open a VPN to the UK and try it? I'm in th UK and it works in Android on Firefox Mobile and in Windows on MPC-HC.
  4. Davy Wentzler
    There is no need since I can play it. It's just that because UAPP sucks at playing radio stations that it probably doesn't work.
  5. Percival
    Oh dear! So in theory, UAPP should be able to play HLS, but just not in this case?
  6. Davy Wentzler
    It played a chunk yes.
  7. fokta
    Hi Davy,
    Since the new update on DX220, everytime the screen off / device on stand by, the volume seems not working, when I open the device, it was that (picture above).

    I need to change to the music display (picture below) to be able change the volume..

    I also experienced this on my Samsung Galaxy Note 8...
    advice? or there are some setting need to change?
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2019
  8. jsmiller58
    @Davy Wentzler

    I am using UAPP, playing my R6 Pro via USB to a Topping DX3 Pro, and then through a JDS Labs amp, using Tidal... I have a strange thing happening... when I go from non-MQA to MQA the sound completely cuts out. The UAPP player continues to show the music is playing, and the DX3PRO continues to indicate the USB is connected. Similarly when the playlist goes MQA to non-MQA the sound cuts out. The only way I can get sound back is to disconnect and then reconnect the usb cable... could this be caused by a UAPP setting I need to change?
  9. Davy Wentzler
    Some DACs cannot handle sample rate changes. Please enable 'Free USB bandwidth after playback' in the USB audio tweaks.
  10. Davy Wentzler
    Still works fine here on a S9. Can you try a re-install of the app and perhaps a restart of your device? Oh, on the the Note 8, please exclude the app from battery optimisation.
  11. fokta
    Thanks Davy, the problem solve on Note 8..

    but how about on DX220?
  12. Davy Wentzler
    Which Android version does that run?
  13. fokta
    FW 1.13.202
  14. Davy Wentzler
    Hmm.. my iBasso DX150 is running 6.0. The Lurker page suggest I cannot install the 8.1 update over the 6.0 one. There is also an 'Online update' option to version v2.11.293-L0 on the device itself, but not sure if that will install the official firmware. Anyone knows what to do?
  15. chupa
    I mean for direct audio via uapp. when playing tidal with uapp it shows direct, but the for example 192khz is only played at 96khz. so the settings are not right, any idea what the correct settings are?
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