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    Quote Originally Posted by StevePalmer View Post
    Bit confused philippe_44! ☺ Nothing unusual! ☺ Isn't Airplay related to Apple and/or iTunes?

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    It’s related to Apple. iTunes is one of the apps that can use it but there are lots of others on iOS. Forget it on Android.

    If you had an iPhone you could AirPlay stuff from your phone to your Receiver.

    However what Phillipe means is that with his very clever Airbridge plugin you can convert the AirPlay bit in your Receiver into a quasi SB player and control it via whatever means you use for your real SB devices.

    This is a zero cost alternative. You just need to use Phillipe’s Plugin. It’s pretty easy to set up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    It’s related to Apple. iTunes is one of the apps that can use it but there are lots of others on iOS. Forget it on Android.

    If you had an iPhone you could AirPlay stuff from your phone to your Receiver.

    However what Phillipe means is that with his very clever Airbridge plugin you can convert the AirPlay bit in your Receiver into a quasi SB player and control it via whatever means you use for your real SB devices.

    This is a zero cost alternative. You just need to use Phillipe’s Plugin. It’s pretty easy to set up.
    Thought so! I don't use Apple products and services at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    Does the Chromecast (castBridge) now do gapless Phillipe?
    The problem is that I've not seen an update of the protocol that explains how to use that, if available. I think I've seen some update of the API on Android, but I'm using a much lower level interface, basically a direct connection to the CC player.

    One can always write another "media receiver" (the application that runs inside the CC and is responsible for all communication with controller(s) as well as getting the audio), but that a much bigger effort. Ideally, if one want to engage in such venture, it's probably a better ideal to write a native slimproto application

    So basically, today, I'm using the "default receiver" and it's still track after track, and I have to wait for track N to end before sending N+1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    It’s related to Apple. iTunes is one of the apps that can use it but there are lots of others on iOS. Forget it on Android.

    If you had an iPhone you could AirPlay stuff from your phone to your Receiver.

    However what Phillipe means is that with his very clever Airbridge plugin you can convert the AirPlay bit in your Receiver into a quasi SB player and control it via whatever means you use for your real SB devices.

    This is a zero cost alternative. You just need to use Phillipe’s Plugin. It’s pretty easy to set up.
    Quote Originally Posted by StevePalmer View Post
    Thought so! I don't use Apple products and services at all.

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    Yes, the only involvment you'd have with Apple is that the player is AirPlay comaptible, nothing else will be visible to you
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    Quote Originally Posted by d6jg View Post
    It’s related to Apple. iTunes is one of the apps that can use it but there are lots of others on iOS. Forget it on Android.

    If you had an iPhone you could AirPlay stuff from your phone to your Receiver.

    However what Phillipe means is that with his very clever Airbridge plugin you can convert the AirPlay bit in your Receiver into a quasi SB player and control it via whatever means you use for your real SB devices.

    This is a zero cost alternative. You just need to use Phillipe’s Plugin. It’s pretty easy to set up.
    Ahh, I understand now! Thanks! I'm going to look into this Airplay route...

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