Poweramp, n7Player or Mortplayer run smoothly on the Smart, but as I only have a few gigs of music on my external drive, I don't know how fast they work with such a large library. If you configure the apps to not scan the drive every time it starts, all of them should work reasonably smooth, I guess.
Mortplayer i have not heard of. Will give that a go Tried the others though and they either freeze or end the program randomly. Too many files to deal with i guess :/ Interesting that the stock player will handle them without an issue. Could be because it support the USB as stock, the other ones however need a fake redirection to get it to work. Might be what's doing it. Any ideas?
Could it be also because i am using Next Launcher? Anyone recommend other launchers which are not so resource hungry?
Tried the Mortplayer. Was good until the library filled up. The most stable APP i have found so far is Maple. It's basic and does the job. Also outputs to external visualizers. Main thing is it is reasonably quick with my collection. Only annoying thing is after device reboots it rescans the library quickly.
If Parrot fix this deep sleep issue then that won't be a problem
In a few apps, including google maps, Swype's keyboard is displayed incorrectly, and i get an error message that the dimensions are wrong. Is there a fix for this?
Also, Winamp, Mixzing, and Xplay can't find my USB thumbdrive. Is there a fix for this? Or am I stuck with storing media on the SD card?
Hi everyone, I am new to this forum and just ordered a Pioneer Appradio3, but recently discovered this Parrot Asteroid Smart and thinking it might be better for me since I am an android user. Anyway, I was wondering how the data sharing between the device and my cell phone would work (Droid Razr Maxx). I have an unlimited data plan and would love it if I could just bring me phone into the car, have it automatically connect via bluetooth and the have it stream data so I can do things like listen to pandora or use google maps/navigation. I do not want to root my phone. If I have this device connected to my phone via bluetooth or USB will I be able to get an internet connection, or do I have to pay Verizon a tethering fee for this?
I'll try tonight with just line-outs, but my guess is that the amp turn-on is sending out 12v before the audio signal is stable (assuming you are using the ant remote lead for amp turn on). You could put in an RC/relay delay circuit in if this does turn out to be the case - or see if Parrot updates control of that line...
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