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[MOD] USB Audio Support

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By jacknorris, Member on 4th December 2012, 08:07 PM
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25th January 2013, 08:09 AM |#101  
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I don't know how to get the info you need AND have the DAC connected at the same time?

Yep, the right side of the screenshot shows the Ultimatum ROM which is TW and USB-DAC works natively on it.

Hmm, maybe something like this app will let me connect the DAC and then run my ADB commands wirelessly. I'll work on it in a few minutes.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ign%3Dbloglink

Really sorry about that haha, totally forgot that you were using adb over usb! Thanks for updated information. No need for another other logs yet.

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Okay I'll try that next. I even installed paranoidandroid no luck. Will try that one next

Sent from my Nexus 7

Let me know how you get on, the Nexus 7 is the easiest to get working.
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25th January 2013, 08:15 AM |#102  
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Wow, we both posted at exactly the same minute.
Check my post just before yours for an exciting update!
25th January 2013, 08:26 AM |#103  
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Got a link for that kernel please?

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really dude? Read the first post it's RIGHT THERE.


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Really sorry about that haha, totally forgot that you were using adb over usb! Thanks for updated information. No need for another other logs yet.



Let me know how you get on, the Nexus 7 is the easiest to get working.

didn't work using the kernel in the original post. I'm restoring back to LiquidROM in the mean time. plug in the USB DAC and I just lose all audio. Would having AC!D Audio Engine v5.0 be causing any issues?
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25th January 2013, 08:41 AM |#104  
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Great news for AT&T Galaxy S3 fans!!!

While CyanogenMod 10.1 does not work yet for some reason, I was able to flash a different AOSP based ROM which DOES work!!!

Liquidsmooth ROM works after flashing Jack's patch!!!! Hotplugging and all! Thank you, JACK!!!!
Liquidsmooth looks almost identical to CM10.1. I've never used it before so it's new to me.

Here is the ROM:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2080247

And I flashed Ktoonsez 4.2 kernel and USB-DAC still works!
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1756776



I also tried CM10.1 and AOKP 4.2 but neither of those worked.
Another thing to note is that Liquidsmooth is the only one that asked me to provide superuser permissions for ADB. CM10.1 and AOKP never asked me to do this.

Well that's strange. Not only did I get a prompt by SU when trying to adb using CM10.1, but Liquidsmooth is CM based. Wonder why LS works but not CM, hmmm...

OT: Liquidsmooth is one of the best AOSP roms out there. IMO better than CM (at least on the older android versions), there's a reason it's called Liquidsmooth ;D
25th January 2013, 09:35 AM |#105  
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Got a link for that kernel please?

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It's the one listed in the opening post.
25th January 2013, 10:11 AM |#106  
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Sorry all my bad, read the thread from beginning to end, but missed the links for the kernel downloads

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25th January 2013, 11:28 AM |#107  
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Sorry all my bad, read the thread from beginning to end, but missed the links for the kernel downloads

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It's on the first page, in the first post under downloads

---------- Post added at 12:28 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:21 PM ----------

Hi All,

I have a Plantronics Entera HW121N-USB-M USB headset i use on my laptop. I was wondering if this guide would enable me use this headset on my Nexus 7.

TIA
25th January 2013, 12:29 PM |#108  
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Great news for AT&T Galaxy S3 fans!!!

While CyanogenMod 10.1 does not work yet for some reason, I was able to flash a different AOSP based ROM which DOES work!!!

Liquidsmooth ROM works after flashing Jack's patch!!!! Hotplugging and all! Thank you, JACK!!!!
Liquidsmooth looks almost identical to CM10.1. I've never used it before so it's new to me.

Here is the ROM:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2080247

And I flashed Ktoonsez 4.2 kernel and USB-DAC still works!
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1756776



I also tried CM10.1 and AOKP 4.2 but neither of those worked.
Another thing to note is that Liquidsmooth is the only one that asked me to provide superuser permissions for ADB. CM10.1 and AOKP never asked me to do this.

Excellent news! I have actually identified the problem with CM10/10.1 and will write a patch for it after work tonight.
I will submit the patches to AOSP/CyanogenMod once a few more people have successfully tested the patch and the bugs are ironed out.

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It's on the first page, in the first post under downloads

---------- Post added at 12:28 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:21 PM ----------

Hi All,

I have a Plantronics Entera HW121N-USB-M USB headset i use on my laptop. I was wondering if this guide would enable me use this headset on my Nexus 7.

TIA

You would have to give it a try I would think. It all depends on if the headset is a class compliant USB audio device.
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25th January 2013, 09:12 PM |#109  
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Thanks for you help so far CZ Eddie
If you get time would you please try flash this kernel onto your LiquidSmooth ROM and let me know if the DAC still works? No need for any logs.

d2att-test-kernel-1_signed.zip
25th January 2013, 11:29 PM |#110  
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Thanks for you help so far CZ Eddie
If you get time would you please try flash this kernel onto your LiquidSmooth ROM and let me know if the DAC still works? No need for any logs.

Hahah, no it didn't work so well. Hard brick.
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