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54 minutes ago, thegios said:

:-D I'm writing from my phone so the corrector decides ;-)

 

 

Really? There's aklwys time to learn :-) That would be the best: using an app with a nice UI on a bit perfect protocol.

Only problem is that when I go to share in the Quboz Android app I only see my device and the Shield TV.

 

Not a very good spell checker/corrector, I'd suggest, seeing that it can't sort out 'always' being misspelt. Can forgive Qobuz being incorrect - can't make that look any worse. Perhaps it's on counterfeit goods language mode 😀 

 

 

 

54 minutes ago, thegios said:

Really? There's aklwys time to learn :-) That would be the best: using an app with a nice UI on a bit perfect protocol.

Only problem is that when I go to share in the Quboz Android app I only see my device and the Shield TV.

 

Not sure what function you are using on the Qobuz Android app to invoke Share - you should be getting other Andoid apps to share to, not devices on the network:

 

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1 hour ago, Cebolla said:

 

Not a very good spell checker/corrector, I'd suggest, seeing that it can't sort out 'always' being misspelt. Can forgive Qobuz being incorrect - can't make that look any worse. Perhaps it's on counterfeit goods language mode 😀 

 

 

 

 

Not sure what function you are using on the Qobuz Android app to invoke Share - you should be getting other Andoid apps to share to, not devices on the network:

 

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Qobuz on Android was updated to version 5.16.1.3 recently. Change log said minor updates to Android Auto and Chromecast fixes.

Since the update, I'm no longer able to cast anything higher than CD quality? 

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Daren F said:

Qobuz on Android was updated to version 5.16.1.3 recently. Change log said minor updates to Android Auto and Chromecast fixes.

Since the update, I'm no longer able to cast anything higher than CD quality? 

 

 

Star he cos I'm on beta and I have 5.16.1.2

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On 3/29/2021 at 8:23 AM, David Craff said:

 

Hi

 

If you don't take care of your import tracks you can try to remove all the content from the directory "library/application support/qobuz/" and launch the application.

 

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I have Qobuz on 2 Galaxy tablets and one phone. I see that the version on the tablets is 5.16.1.3 but the version on the Galaxy A7 phone is 5.15.0.0.

 

How do I update my phone without losing any playlists or online tracks?

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On 3/29/2021 at 11:52 AM, Stereo said:

One of my ultimate goals is to have at least one really  gigantic playlist of every song I’ve ever liked so I could put it on shuffle play and enjoy. Favorited tracks can be a playlist of sorts

+1 on that for sure. I have such a playlist already (the favorites of the favorites), and it’s over 900 tracks and growing. My day of reckoning is coming soon. 

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Simple playlists are quickly boring. I don’t want to listen to the same five albums over and over either. If I want that I can turn on the radio for free. People had collections  of music no reason why a streaming service can’t think about it in the same way. iTunes could be used sort of like Roon is for streaming. All I’m asking for is one big Jukebox of my own selections(entire collection) playing in shuffle mode. Just a matter of hardware and software development as you say. It’s money and time not magic.

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1 minute ago, Stereo said:

I don’t want to listen to the same five albums over and over either.

I don't think anyone suggested a five album limit. 

 

 

2 minutes ago, Stereo said:

People had collections  of music no reason why a streaming service can’t think about it in the same way.

 

You sure there's no reason?

 

 

2 minutes ago, Stereo said:

iTunes could be used sort of like Roon is for streaming.

 

Huh?

 

 

2 minutes ago, Stereo said:

All I’m asking for is one big Jukebox of my own selections(entire collection) playing in shuffle mode.

 

"All" you're asking? You're downplaying it like it's a little switch to flip. 

 

 

2 minutes ago, Stereo said:

Just a matter of hardware and software development as you say. It’s money and time not magic.

 

Magic would be much easier. 

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1 hour ago, The Computer Audiophile said:

I don't think anyone suggested a five album limit. 

 

 

 

You sure there's no reason?

 

 

 

Huh?

 

 

 

"All" you're asking? You're downplaying it like it's a little switch to flip. 

 

 

 

Magic would be much easier. 

You’re taking it to literally. I may have exaggerated. But still a limit is a limit I would rather not have. It should be at least quite a lot higher and some of the services offer unlimited. Therefore it can be done not saying how easy it is or isn’t. That would be for Qobuz to explain/work at. In any event I am at least requesting this feature.

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2 minutes ago, Stereo said:

You’re taking it to literally. I may have exaggerated. But still a limit is a limit I would rather not have. It should be at least quite a lot higher and some of the services offer unlimited. Therefore it can be done not saying how easy it is or isn’t. That would be for Qobuz to explain/work at.

I'm with you in that I hate limits and wish I could use any app or product in which ever way I'd like. 

 

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5000 songs x 4 minutes = 20,000 minutes.

 

20,000 minutes / 60 minutes = 333.33333 hours

 

333.33333 hours / 24 hours = 13.9 days 

 

IMO a playlist that lasts for two weeks, give or take, is a big ask if you're not the only one asking.
 

This is really an archive of memories and emotions, and I completely understand why anyone would want one. I want one. It's just a big ask technically, IMO, sir...

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8 minutes ago, MarkusBarkus said:

5000 songs x 4 minutes = 20,000 minutes.

 

20,000 minutes / 60 minutes = 333.33333 hours

 

333.33333 hours / 24 hours = 13.9 days 

 

IMO a playlist that lasts for two weeks, give or take, is a big ask if you're not the only one asking.
 

This is really an archive of memories and emotions, and I completely understand why anyone would want one. I want one. It's just a big ask technically, IMO, sir...

It may be a big ask at this point but we are paying or potential customers that do have a right to ask for something we would like. I’m not expecting them to have it done today as we don’t work for Qobuz so we don’t exactly know where they are at, exactly what they are working on or exactly what their backlog comprises of except for what they are willing to share with us. Some of the other services have the capability therefore at some point I would expect Qobuz to be at that level sometime in the future at least. As long as they can at least put it on their roadmap and get to it eventually as they progress would be helpful. It took Spotify a few years to do it. Apple had the resources and did it earlier. I’m not 100% sure about Tidal’s favorites section for individual tracks (dumped Tidal before I got that far when they polluted themselves with MQA). I know Deezer’s is comparable  to Qobuz and maybe a little worse. No idea about Amazon HD or YouTube Music but they have the resources to do it if they haven’t done so already.

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22 hours ago, Stereo said:

David while we wait for the limits of songs within playlists to be removed is there any way to remove the 5,000 limit of “favorited/liked” tracks in the meantime and make it unlimited like a lot of the other services allow? One of my ultimate goals is to have at least one really  gigantic playlist of every song I’ve ever liked so I could put it on shuffle play and enjoy. Favorited tracks can be a playlist of sorts. I am not crazy nor alone in wanting this feature and the other services seem to be able to provide this. Please put this in your to do pile at least. Thank you.

 

another +1 for raising the 5,000 limit for favourite/liked tracks.

 

Personally* this does not affect me,  though I can understand what you are looking to achieve, favourite tracks are certainly a playlist of sorts, it is worthwhile.

 

[*my library is just over 4,700 and Im unfortunately still stuck with Tidal ... I am super keen to join Qobuz, when Qobuz launches in Australia, hopefully soon, I intend to immediately switch to Qobuz]

 

8 hours ago, Stereo said:

one big Jukebox of my own selections(entire collection) playing in shuffle mode

 

This is currently how I use Roon with my Tidal favourites ... I love shuffle, it is the element of surprise and delight.

Like my own personal radio of favourites.

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On 4/1/2021 at 5:56 AM, Stereo said:

David while we wait for the limits of songs within playlists to be removed is there any way to remove the 5,000 limit of “favorited/liked” tracks in the meantime and make it unlimited like a lot of the other services allow? One of my ultimate goals is to have at least one really  gigantic playlist of every song I’ve ever liked so I could put it on shuffle play and enjoy. Favorited tracks can be a playlist of sorts. I am not crazy nor alone in wanting this feature and the other services seem to be able to provide this. Please put this in your to do pile at least. Thank you.

 

Hi,

 

Where do you see there is a limit to 5000 tracks or album in favorite. My account has now more than 5k of tracks.

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15 minutes ago, David Craff said:

 

Hi,

 

Where do you see there is a limit to 5000 tracks or album in favorite. My account has now more than 5k of tracks.

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Another user stated that a page or two ago. Are you saying Qobuz does not have a limit on Favorites? Great news if that is the case.

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3 hours ago, David Craff said:

 

To my knowledge, there is no limit for favorite

Sweet! Now if only the problem with editing and re-ordering my playlists could get fixed...

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