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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Erskine View Post

    On [Main Page] in [Advanced] mode > select [Resize FS] > select "Use the whole SD card" > Press [Resize].

    Can confirm that this card also expands to full size using v 4.0 standard


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    Iirc the transition to "sdxc" occurs at 64GB in size. Can't see how that would be relevant but just mentioning it ..


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    Quote Originally Posted by Linvincible View Post
    Hi Greg,
    Thanks for your answer!
    The PCB of the card says hifiberry dig-pro HW 1.2
    I tried with all the hifiberry settings anyway...
    Iĺll check the overlay manually and remove the IR to test what could be the conflict with
    Hi Linvincible,

    What about the "config.txt dtoverlay=hifiberry-digi" information on the PCB?

    What type of RPi are you using?

    It is also best to use the standard version of pCP, as it gets a lot more testing.

    BTW: I've been testing my HiFiBerry Digi Pro V1.1 all day today, there are a couple of "anomalies" but I can't work out if its the Digi Pro, RPi3+, wifi or pCP. Mine works with both the hifiberry-digi and hifiberry-digi-pro overlays. I initially had to turn off (comment out) the RPi built-in audio to get it to work.

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    thanks Greg, it was the GPIO conflict with the IR sensor.
    I have to rewire it now ;o)

    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Erskine View Post
    Hi Linvincible,

    [...]

    BTW:
    1. What is your User Command #1 for? /usr/local/bin/sds.sh
    2. Also there seems to be a GPIO conflict with your IR remote.

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    Hi PCP Team,
    Is it possible to stream musics/videos songs from my android phone to PCP v4 with Bluetooth ?
    I have installed on my rpi a pi2design 502dac hat, and i use spdif output to my hegel dac.
    Thx.
    Julien.
    Last edited by julien29; 2018-09-17 at 07:12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drmatt View Post
    Iirc the transition to "sdxc" occurs at 64GB in size. Can't see how that would be relevant but just mentioning it ..


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    https://www.raspberrypi.org/documentation/installation/sdxc_formatting.md


    the thing seems to be that pcp v3.5.0 does and v 4.0.0 don't expand fully to 64 gb

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    Quote Originally Posted by julien29 View Post
    Hi PCP Team,
    Is it possible to stream musics/videos songs from my android phone to PCP v4 with Bluetooth ?
    I have installed on my rpi a pi2design 502dac hat, and i use spdif output to my hegel dac.
    Thx.
    Julien.
    Hi julien29,

    Are you already using the Squeezebox/LMS infrastructure?

    Have you got piCorePlayer working?

    Interesting looking at the comparison table. Please note that Allo and HiFiBerry do all the heavy lifting developing the drivers and getting them accepted into the Linux distribution.

    regards
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    Yes, LMS is installed on my synology nas and picoreplayer are running on my pi3.
    All is working perfectly since 1 Year by using spdif output of pi2desing hat card.
    I just want to be able to stream music from my android Phone to picoreplayer installed on pi3.
    Is it possible by installing the Bluez paquet ? do you have an how to ?
    Thx.

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    Just me chiming in with a confirmation that the insitu upgrade to 4.0.0 from 3.5.0 worked perfectly yet again .
    With the known exception that static IP is not set (as described during upgrade ), funny enough it actually remebers most of the settings except DNS so i assume it's a design decision to cover some case where you dont want to loose network conection.
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