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XiiaLive v2.1.7 release notes

Jona (Lead Developer) 8 years ago • updated 8 years ago 5
This update was mainly a maintenance update.

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Update changes:
  • Internal/External Volume control option added
  • AAC streaming choppy/shuttery, fixed
  • Rarely player starts playing automatically when going to the player, fixed
  • Widget broken, looses text information, fixed
  • Headset unplug stop sound fx disabled
  • BT disconnect auto stop sound fx disabled
  • Widget name 1x4 to 4x1
  • Updated flury library
  • Less intrusive licensing check*
  • Improved unlicensed warning message*
  • Updated mobclix library**
  • Added new permission GET_TASKS required by mobclix**

*Paid version
**Free version

This will not address issues with AAC streams not working in Gingerbread (Android 2.3)...
Yes, it's not expected to address issues with streaming AAC on Android 2.3 devices.  Only some phones having issues streaming AAC on Android 2.1 or 2.2.
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Update changes:
  • Internal/External Volume control option added
  • AAC streaming choppy/shuttery, fixed
  • Rarely player starts playing automatically when going to the player, fixed
  • Widget broken, looses text information, fixed
  • Headset unplug stop sound fx disabled
  • BT disconnect auto stop sound fx disabled
  • Widget name 1x4 to 4x1
  • Updated flury library
  • Less intrusive licensing check*
  • Improved unlicensed warning message*
  • Updated mobclix library**
  • Added new permission GET_TASKS required by mobclix**

*Paid version
**Free version

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cool... i wonder how is that stream choppiness fix...

btw it would be awesome if we could select a "soft notification volume" so the ping pong effects wouldnt rip my ears apart..

and after reconnect a fade in volume would be awesome so i wouldnt crap myself when the music comes back on on full volume.....

Great idea! Feel free to create a new post for those ideas! :)

For me and my Droid A855, it still cuts out when I'm driving in the car, but I haven't noticed anything overly bad.  It usually cuts out when I drop into a valley, so it's not XiiaLive so much as it's lack of signal.