0. phoneArena posted on 25 Nov 2015, 07:13 If you like Sony's new white-themed Walkman audio player, as found on the Xperia Z5 Premium, there is a way to port it over to your Android device, as long as it is running on Lollipop or Marshmallow. Besides Sony's fresh interface, which includes album art, song categorization by various criteria, and minimalistic controls, you will also be getting some of the under-the-hood goodies, like ClearAudio+ optimizer, the xLOUD speaker booster, and a bunch of equalizer presets, including a manual option... This is a discussion for a news. To read the whole news, click here posted on 25 Nov 2015, 07:18 0 1. kkmkk (Posts: 629; Member since: 06 May 2013) should i always wipe the cash after flashing anything ? i never know this !! posted on 25 Nov 2015, 07:33 0 2. SamDH1 (Posts: 419; Member since: 21 Apr 2015) It's kind of a good practice type of thing. It's not mandatory, but it doesn't hurt to do it after flashing anything. The … [Read more...] about Comments for : How to port the Xperia Z5 Premium Sony Walkman player to your Android device
If you like Sony's new white-themed Walkman audio player, as found on the Xperia Z5 Premium, there is a way to port it over to your Android device, as long as it is running on Lollipop or Marshmallow, and is rooted, of course, with recovery installed. Besides Sony's fresh interface, which includes album art, song categorization by various criteria, and minimalistic controls, you will also be getting some of the under-the-hood goodies, like ClearAudio+ optimizer, the xLOUD speaker booster, and a bunch of equalizer presets, including a manual option. The high-fidelity DSEE HX upscaling technology can't be recreated, though, as this one is hardware dependent, and needs a dedicated sound processor and proprietary algorithms. Still, if you are feeling nostalgic about the Walkman brand, and want to see Sony's newest player run music on your Android device, here's what you need to do:3. As always, wipe your Dalvik/cache, and enjoy the Walkman player. Bear in mind that not everything … [Read more...] about How to port the Xperia Z5 Premium Sony Walkman player to your Android device
At CES on Monday, SanDisk introduced the SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0. With a micro-USB and a high-speed USB 3.0 connector, the device will help you transfer files between a Mac or PC and your OTG enabled Android smartphone or tablet. Besides transferring files between devices, the SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 will also help Android smartphone and tablet users free up some storage space by allowing the user to move some content to the portable drive.The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive 3.0 will be available from SanDisk.com with 16GB, 32GB or 64GB capacity. MSRP ranges from $22.99 to $64.99, and the Drive comes with a five-year warranty.In addition to featuring a retractable design, the drive features a longer micro-USB connector which helps to accommodate device cases and port covers. File transfers from the drive to your computer take place at a speed of 130Mbps, allowing you to quickly store photos and videos that you have taken with your Android flavored phone or tablet. If … [Read more...] about SanDisk flash drive uses your Android phone or tablet’s micro-USB port to transfer files
Earlier this week, Roku announced its refreshed line of media streaming sticks and boxes. The standouts of the pack are the new Streaming Stick+ and Ultra box, both of which support 4K HDR video and have a new voice-powered remote with buttons for controlling a TV’s power and volume. The new hardware should be shipping to customers next week, and we just got our demo devices in The Verge offices for review. Naturally, as I do with most review devices that hit my desk, I immediately ripped open the Streaming Stick+ to see the hardware and what comes in the box. And what was staring me in the face is something I haven’t seen in years: a Mini USB port. That’s right, the brand-new, released in the fall of 2017, 4K HDR-supporting Streaming Stick+ does not use the far more common (and newer) Micro USB port for power. Nor does it use the much more modern, but still relatively rare, USB Type-C port. No, instead it uses a power port that hasn’t been seen on a smartphone … [Read more...] about Why does Roku’s brand-new Streaming Stick+ use an ancient Mini USB port?
Tokyo has begun quietly testing out USB ports on a single bus in its metro area, according to the Japanese publication IT Media. There’s been no official word from Tokyo transportation authorities, and given that the test includes only one bus, that isn’t too surprising. But what is shocking is that USB ports on public transportation aren’t commonplace in 2017. There have been a few cities, such as Singapore and London, that have run small trials with USB ports on city buses over the past few years, according to The Next Web. But somehow, despite there being billions of smartphones in the world, USB ports aren’t a standard part of any bus fleet — except for New York City, which is currently rolling out a fleet of new tech-friendly buses that should make commuting a bit less stressful for passengers. Hopefully New York City won’t be the only city for long. Smartphones have been commonplace since 2009; airplanes, cars, and even taxis have jumped on the … [Read more...] about It’s 2017, every city needs buses with USB ports