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    Brilliant!

    Thanks Paul.

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    thanks everybody.
    There is a just question. some boards do not have ethernet for first config. should it be configured by editing system files to config wifi?
    I mean for connect to ip address to set wifi on and set ssid and password.
    as i see some of them don't have wifi. it seems i can use wifi dongle but about ethernet port for example in zero W. i don't know exactly how to config for first time.

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    You can use a USB-to-Ethernet adapter ... but check first to make sure that you use one that is supported.
    However, setting up WiFi when there is no Ethernet is straight-forward - see
    https://www.picoreplayer.org/how_to_...ethernet.shtml
    Paul Webster
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    Author Radio France (FIP etc) plugin

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    Hello again.
    i bought rp zero w and can run picoreplayer.
    i have a challenge.
    I want to use a pcm 5102 dac module to get audio from 3.5mm jack.
    I changed many configuration setup and there are alot of audio output in configuration.
    which one is worked for me?
    I use this model:
    https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/i...O5nViLD-DuLU1R

    is picoreplayer supported this I2S dac module for get audio output or I have to switch to raspberian os and squeezlite?

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    hi nimaazx,

    Have you tried "Generic/simple TI5102 DAC" setting in [Squeezelite Settings] > "Audio output device settings"?

    regards
    Greg

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    Also - this looks similar ... and has wiring diagram (and suggestion about grounding one more pin).

    https://raspberrypi.stackexchange.co...berry-pi-zerow

    Obviously take care to verify that it really is the same and remember that connecting 5V to RPI GPIO pin is not a good thing to do.
    Paul Webster
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    Author Radio France (FIP etc) plugin

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    thank you for your answers.
    I installed picoreplayer os.
    I have access to ip address to configure zero w.
    I use this setting :

    http://uupload.ir/files/8qhl_screens...oid.chrome.png

    and for wiring using this:
    SCK > Not wired (Internally generated)
    BCK > PIN 12 (GPIO18)
    DIN > PIN 40 (GPIO21)
    LRCK > PIN 35 (GPIO19)
    GND > PIN 6 (GND)
    VIN > PIN 2 (5V)

    but there is no sound when playing.

    is this correct?

    is there another audio dac model that you test?

    as well as your application is so good I did not think that is worked with bluetooth but work! I saw bluetooth audio output. I very appreciate you.
    Maybe I use 50 zero w with own bluetooth headphone.it seems your os and application are stable for using in project.
    maybe I follow DAC pcm5102 for the more stable way than bluetooth.
    bluetooth is not tested completly with bluetooth headphone. Once i connected to bluetooth car kit. for the first time disconnect and connect many times.
    thanks a lot.

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    Hello.
    Today I tested bluetooth headphone with picoreplayer. everything is good.
    I have 2 ideas for getting best result. i dont know it is possible or not.
    I think about adding a small oled module for viewing ssid name or ... .at least wifi ssid.is it possible?
    another important thing add a button (by GPIO) for pairing bluetooth.as i know if my bluetooth headphone battery is low and it is powered off logitech media server and other clients crash or disturb system and clients.
    easy and fast way for pairing.
    I mean pairing bluetooth easily without open web browser.
    What is your point of view about pairing button and oled wifi ?

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    upppp topic.
    I apologize for this. If it necessary I can
    open another topic.

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    I think the main problem in bluetooth headphones can be about disconnecting. when the headphone is disconncted, logitech media server behaves something like crash.
    I studied software engineering and I have some activities in IoT like working with esp32,raspberry pi...
    maybe I can fix it or help you to fix that.
    is there a way to cooperate?
    maybe I'm very noob but I want to help you to fix that.

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