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HI all ,

On my Asus Zenfone 3 , in Poweramp 704 build im getting Failed: Poweramp Hi-Res Exp Output. Using default output . Below are the details . Do let me know steps to fix it or any help .

1. Asus Zenfone 3 (ZE552KL)

2. Android 7.0 OTA | Kernel : 3.18.31-perf-g6b0a89b

3. Snapdragon 625 |

Audio Output
Hi-Res audio 192kHz/24-bit standard that is 4 times better than CD quality

https://www.asus.com/Phone/ZenFone-3-ZE552KL/Tech-Specs/

 

Thanks

 

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I know a tons of people already asked for it, but one more or one less, what's the matter.

1. LG V20 

2. Out-of-the-box Android 7.0

3. Quad DAC HiFi from SABRE (ESS 9218)

Here are the issues I found on output mode/menù: it misses Hi-Res.

Screenshots > https://imgur.com/a/JbBG7

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  • Sony Xperia XZ1
  • Android 8.0.0 (Sony's skin)
  • Snapdragon 835 and Sony heavily markets this flagship phone as HD Audio capable, it even marks 24-bit HD Audio tracks in their music app as HD.

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Hello!

  1. Nexus 5
  2. AICP CAF 12.1 (Android 7.1.2, Custom ROM)
  3. My device supports hi-res 24/192, because Poweramp 704 shows hi-res playback using build.prop tweak for Samsung UHQA PCM:

  persist.audio.uhqa=1
  ro.product.manufacturer=samsung

That tweak was found here:

That would be nice to have hi-res without build.prop tweaks.

Thank you!

Samsung UHQA.JPG

audio_policy.conf

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Tweaking build-prop won't be necessary when Poweramp knows about more devices that support high-rez support (next beta release). I guess a lot was hard-coded for what was available with the alpha releases and needs updating.

Andre

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1 hour ago, andrewilley said:

Tweaking build-prop won't be necessary when Poweramp knows about more devices that support high-rez support (next beta release). I guess a lot was hard-coded for what was available with the alpha releases and needs updating.

Andre

Nice :)

So, will Nexus 5 be in the list of devices which support hi-res in Poweramp new beta without build.prop tweaks?

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22 minutes ago, sergtot said:

So, will Nexus 5 be in the list of devices which support hi-res in Poweramp new beta without build.prop tweaks?

I have no idea which specific devices, only that more will be included (for example including more Android 7 devices).

Andre

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HTC A9 

Android 7.0 (stock)

It had high res on marshmallow but now fails when playing

(another user mentioned but i insist because without high res i usually don't listen to music on smartphone)

Sorry for bad english if any mistake is in my text

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On 17.5.2017 at 8:13 PM, Dave B said:

I've been using Poweramp for about 1 year with my LG V10 Alpha 704, works great on high res option through headphones, upgraded to LG G6 H870DS with Quad dac, will not work with high res option for headphones, says, failed, please add high res support. LG G6 H870DS

Nougat 7.0

I'm torn between keeping my v10 instead of the G6 because of this issue.

 

Seconding this! Unfortunately the same problem. Very sad, forces me to use default LG player. :(

Could this PLEASE be implemented? It seriously *is* the very same chip the V10 has. I am sure it would just have to be copied over for the G6. Pleeeeease!

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1. Samsung Galaxy J7 (SM-J700F)

2. Android 6.0.1 (Stock rom).

3. Hi-Res works good with wired headphones and speakers. But it sound weird when using Bluetooth. Is it because it's wireless? Is this natural?

 

audio_policy.conf

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On 4/5/2016 at 11:25 PM, maxmp said:
  • Device model
  • ROM version (Android version, stock/OTA/Custom ROM)
  • Why do you think your device supports Hi-Res (link to device features, etc.)? A copy of your device's /etc/audio_policy.conf file may be helpful.

1. Samsung Galaxy S6 edge plus (Model:G9287)

2. Android 7.0 Custom ROM

3. I used to use Hi-res output in Android 6.0 with Custom Rom; however, when my phone comes to Android 7.0, it DO NOT have any option for me to choose the 'Hi-res(Experience)'. 

audio_policy.conf

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It seems that quite a few devices can support 24bit output with the Samsung mod in build.prop so it would be easier to let the user choose the variant (Lenovo hifi, Samsung uhqa pcm, Snapdragon 24 bit, etc) instead of having a database of compatible devices or having the app "guess" the variant.

Both my Moto X Style and Umidigi Crystal have 24bit output with the mod (crystal was outputting in 24 bit using java out anyway).

Changing the manufacturer in my Moto X messes with some stuff like the camera not connecting anymore, etc.

A new build with just that change would be nice.

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1. ASUS ZenFone AR ZS571KL

2. Android 7.0

3. Tech Specs - Audio Output:

Hi-Res audio 384kHz

DTS Headphone:X ™ virtual 7.1 surround sound

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1. Xiaomi MI5x

2. MIUI 9 China develover

3. I Think this phone same like redmi note 4 with snapdragon 625..

already installed 704 alpha build, but failed hi res output..

here my audio_policy.conf

sorry my bad english

audio_policy.conf

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1. Lenovo P2 (MSM8953)

2. Android 7.0

3. Snapdragon 625 Snapdragon 24-bit PCM

 

already installed 704 alpha build, but: Failed: Poweramp Hi-Res Exp Output

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