BitPerfect audio on Android without UAPP

angelmf2704

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Hello, recently I manually configured some developer options since my USB Dac was not recongnizaed by my S10e phone. In the devoloper options, I choose in USB predetermined setup, the option that said MIDI. Magically I started to hear music through the DAC. I was curious so I tried different apps and different sample rates tracks and I was surprised. Every time I played something 32-48 khz, my DAC turn on the blue light. I also tried Hi Res audio and the light turned green. I'm concern because I cannot know the exact sample rate, I can only know if it's CD or HiRes. Has someone tried this with a DAC like the topping D10 that shows on a screen the sample rate?. This could be a game changer for android users.
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abacus

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Midi (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) has nothing to do with audio; however a lot of midi instruments include audio so it probably switched something else on (Related to audio) as well.
Do a google search (Or other search) on connecting a midi instrument to android and you may find your answer. (Most musicians use iOS; however Android has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years so is now quite viable)

Bill
 

angelmf2704

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Nov 15, 2020
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Midi (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) has nothing to do with audio; however a lot of midi instruments include audio so it probably switched something else on (Related to audio) as well.
Do a google search (Or other search) on connecting a midi instrument to android and you may find your answer. (Most musicians use iOS; however Android has come on in leaps and bounds in recent years so is now quite viable)

Bill
I understand that. However, Is the only explanation I have to my situation.
 

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