Anyone yet tested the audio out capabilities? Shame that to date the Galaxy S III seems to be the only phone able to send unprocessed audio out to an external DAC.
on 11/03/2012 – Made popular on 11/03/2012
So I just tested the galaxy S3 audio and it dwarfs in comparison to my voodoo sound nexus S audio. So basically it's the same thing again that you need to root the phone install some third party app or install custom kernel to get better audio just like how it was with nexus S. My friend is just a very basic user he hasnt even rooted the phone so it wont be happening.
I'm using Soundflower on OS X Mountain Lion 10.8.4 to route my audio-out to audio-in. This works great for iTunes or Spotify, but when I record audio from the iOS simulator the audio only comes out from my right headphone (I'm not really sure if that means its mono, or if it's dropping a channel).
Digging into the new features and capabilities present in Jelly Bean, one item we have discovered is the addition of USB Audio. Support for USB Audio means audio from a Jelly Bean based device can be accessed via the USB port.
Any suggestions for getting call audio sent to bluetooth headset? Carrier is Virgin Mobile, btw.
Motorola S10-HD bluetooth headset is properly paired. Audio works fine while streaming music, but the handset will not send phone call audio to the headset. In the settings for the headset, the "Phone audio" box IS checked.
I am new to Android, and am trying to stream audio from my Phone to my Toyota Prius. I have successfully got the pairing and see the BT connected symbol on the status bar. The Phone switches off the speaker. The phone responds correctly to Track + and Track - commands from the car system.
ewaller wrote:You need to provide just a bit more information. Not all audio systems are created equal. It may be possible, but you need to at least tell us the make and the model.Beyond that:what is the audio chip? lspci -nnWhat audio codecs are there on your system?Are you using Pulseaudio? Are you willing to?Are you using Jack?
I want to play an audio file over VoIP in order that people can listen to it with a phone call. One way to do this would be to set up the audio file as an audio device where the audio starts playing at a specified time.
There are better ways of playing my file over VoIP, but I'm still curious as to how you would set up the audio device that I discuss.