I'm testing ARUR with SPH-DA120 and Ugoos U007B stick Android 4.4. ARUR is installed as system application. It starts on boot and connects to HU ok but does not receive touch events correct. When I calibrate the touch screen, the first red point is detected correct others aren't. If I press on the red point, touch is not detected, if I press anywhere outside red point, touch is detected and ARUR shows next calibration point. In result no touch events in Android.
When I tested ARU for sticks (arunchained0.15stick.apk), touch events transferred properly.
That is why I said to use Root Browser rather than ES File Explorer or Titanium. You select what looks like the APK file and move it, then set the permissions. Job done nice and simply.
It does in fact move the whole folder so all of the files get moved in one clean action.
So yes I'm sure that was all that I had to do. Otherwise it wouldn't have worked
I see no Chromecast warnings. The only warnings I do see are from the Pioneer AppRadio itself. Also, I have to use an app called "#MirrorEnabler" in order to get the "Cast screen" option in the Chromecast app as the OnePlus is not an officially supported device.
As far as the audio is concerned, I would say the quality is equal to bluetooth 2.0. I listen to sport talk about 95% of the time i'm in my car so its not enough to out weigh all the other benefits. you can stop here or...
you can read this if you want a bit more information about my opinion with regards to audio quality...
i have factory speakers with an external amp & sub connected to the appradio. Also, my vehicle is performance oriented so my cabin noise is above average. With all that said, there is still a discernible difference in the below scenarios and I would rate the "cast screen" audio as on par with bluetooth 2.0
#audio and video compression over wifi with phone as the source
appradio + chromecast cast screen + oneplus = good
#audio and/or video compression over wifi with chromecast as the source
appradio + individual app casting (ie Netflix, Play Music) = better
#potentially no compression depending on the source
appradio + directly connected media (ie dvd, cd,usb,hdmi) = best
Now, replace the appradio with my home theater system in the above scenarios and I would rate all three higher.
The library file was in a separate folder, so that doesn't actually answer the question. It must have been an alpha thing. You can move folders with ES, too. The permissions thing also should be updated in your post still if you want it to function as an FAQ, I think.
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