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The support of ESS HiFi DAC by Poweramp on the LG V10.

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I don't know whether its LG or app developers or Android OS or Chips(snapdragon etc) are responsible for the settings of the HiFi DAC in the V10. DAC is not Supported while on Poweramp.. Whats the use of it if third party apps (music players especially Poweramp) have no access to it. Apps are made to take advantage of the on board hardware, so the who ever is responsible, mostly app developer should take action n give out the update for utilization of that particular h/ware... 

 

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+1 Request add this function in Poweramp.. and I checked mony Player app. BlackPlayer and google play music is support LG V10 this function.

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I assume it uses different hooks to the regular Android APIs for audio, but you'd have to ask LG that. That's the trouble when each manufacturer comes up with its own non-standard additions.

Andre

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+1 Request this function for support DAC or Hi-Res audio file.(My phone Music player can play Hi-res audio but sound not good for me. Poweramp is the best but not support Hi-res audio file)

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Have you tried the new alpha-test release of Poweramp v3 yet? That handles higher quality output formats much better.

Andre

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Recently an app was released to enable the DAC on all apps, called DAC Fix.

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.phascinate.lgv10.dacfix

 

The concept is actually quite simple! Immediately when music starts playing, it plays some completely (and I mean completely! We don't want any background noise, do we?) silent media which tricks the phone into turning the DAC on.

 

Can't tell if that's a bug or intentional.

 

I wonder how the whole DAC system works. Does it have 2 to switch between? Or does it have 2 modes, low and high quality?

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