Casting - playing when lost connection

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    JOHNHUSK

    When a connection is lost while casting, the playback mp3 will usually stop, as the casted device relies on an active connection to stream content. However, some devices and apps can continue playing if the content is preloaded or buffered.

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    smithdirect

    To prevent Audials for Android from continuing to play radio through your phone's speaker when the connection to your MiBox is lost, you can try the following steps:

    1. Check App Settings: Look for any settings within the Audials app that control playback behavior when the connection is lost. Some apps have options to stop playback when the casting device is disconnected.

    2. Use a Task Automation App: You can use a task automation app like Tasker to create a profile that stops Audials when the Wi-Fi connection is lost or when you disconnect from your MiBox. Here’s a basic outline of how you can set this up in Tasker:

      • Create a new profile triggered by a state change in Wi-Fi (when it disconnects).
      • Add a task that stops the Audials app.
    3. Update the App: Ensure that you are using the latest version of Audials. Developers frequently release updates that fix bugs and improve functionality. Check the Google Play Store for any available updates.

    4. Contact Support: If the above steps do not resolve the issue, consider reaching out to Audials support. They may have a solution or be able to address this issue in a future update. You can visit their support page for more information.

    By following these steps, you should be able to configure your setup so that the radio does not continue playing on your phone when the connection to the MiBox is lost. Njmcdirect

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    JOHNHUSK

    To prevent Audials from playing through your phone's speaker when the MiBox loses connection, you can try the following steps:

    1. Check App Settings: Look for settings within the Audials app that manage casting or playback behaviour. There may be an option to automatically stop playback when the casting device is disconnected.2. Device Settings: On your Android phone, go to Settings > Apps > Audials. Check if there are any specific permissions related to audio playback or casting that can be adjusted.

    3. Network Settings: Ensure that your MiBox and phone are connected to a stable WiFi network. Sometimes, unstable connections can trigger playback switches.

    4. App Updates: Make sure both Audials and your MiBox firmware are up to date. Updates often include bug fixes and improvements that may address connectivity issues.

    5. Feedback to Audials Support: If the issue persists, consider reaching out to Audials support. They may have specific troubleshooting steps or be able to address the issue in future updates.

    By adjusting these settings and ensuring your devices are properly updated, you should be able to prevent Audials from playing through your phone's speaker when the casting receiver is disconnected.manpower consultancy Dubai

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