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Android app for RX-A1010

post #1 of 16
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Every few days my phone stops recognizing my 1010.
Any suggestions, its become an issue...


Sorry this was to go in the owners thread....Noobs....

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post #2 of 16
I had this issue as well. The solution was to manually add the IP Address of the AVR to the APP. Go to setting->Manual IP list.
post #3 of 16
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Originally Posted by benso37 View Post

I had this issue as well. The solution was to manually add the IP Address of the AVR to the APP. Go to setting->Manual IP list.

Not sure how but the IP address has changed 3 times.
post #4 of 16
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Turns out it was pretty simple.
The wifi on my phone was turning off.
post #5 of 16
ip on the amp !??? i own the 1010 ... how can u communicate with your phone to the rxa1010 !??? i know u can use sonos .. any1 can explain !?
post #6 of 16
The receiver has to be connected to your home network, and your phone has to be connected to the same network. I downloaded the Android app from the Google Play store (it's free); I'm sure the iPhone/iPad app is available from the App Store.
post #7 of 16
and what can u do once your receiver is connected to the router ? i mean once u have the connectiondone and the app ? can u control Rdio.com from your cellphone ?
post #8 of 16
You can control the inputs, the volume, certain DSP and sound settings, pick songs to play from a (home) music server. I think that you can stream music straight to it from Android, but not sure about streaming services like rdio. It's free so why not just try the app out for yourself.
post #9 of 16
any wifi possible ?
post #10 of 16
it's possible

http://www.amazon.com/Yamaha-YWA-10BL-Wireless-Network-Adapter/dp/B0085ZIN4W
post #11 of 16
awsome !!! thx you
post #12 of 16
Don't buy the wifi adapter its too expensive. You can use a older router if you have one and flash it with DDWRT and make it a bridge. That's what I did. You can find tutorials online and it's fairly easy to do. I ended up using my old linksys blue router that had been sitting in the closet for years.. If you plan on going this route, check the ddwrt website to see if your router is supported. Also I use ps3mediaserver with my 1010. It makes accessing your music from your phone or tablet a lot faster.
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post #14 of 16
so i can pretty much buy the cheapest router available to my local store and setup it this way right !????

EDIT : d-link have one for sale at 25$ and supporting dd-wrt
Edited by nemoreborn - 3/26/13 at 4:18am
post #15 of 16
Just get a model that supports DD-WRT since most wireless routers don't have bridge mode normally (DD-WRT adds that ability). For $25, go for the D-Link.
post #16 of 16
yup i found a website that was listing the model of router supporting dd-wrt .. and the d-link 601 model was there ... so ill buy that at bestbuy for 25$
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