Problem after wireless upgrade Initially worked. After upgrading the tablet to wireless 1.4 for android 4.4, I no longer see a popup dialog asking which app to run by default. Sdrtouch no longer see a the dongle, nor does the authors other SDR app. Worked like a champ while it ran though.
Richard Cooper I have been using this with success in the past with my Galaxy S4. I now have a Google Nexus 6 running Lollipop and can't get the phone to see the RTL dongle. The driver just says that 'no device found' I would be interested to hear if anyone else has luck with this phone. Also tried via externally powered hub and still no joy. Note: rating based on my experience using my Galaxy S4 as I assume my Nexus problem is due to hardware. Richard (G4WFR)
Works great on Android x86 Works very well and is needed not just for SDR Touch but also for Wavesink (DAB radio). The only problem I ran into is that it appears to need root access to function so I could not get the driver to work on an unrooted device. However on android x86 (already rooted by default) it works fine and since the driver is running on a pc there is plenty of power to power the RTL TV card and the HAM IT upconverter too. 4 stars as I could not get it to work on an android phone (due to not being rooted)
Wow Worked for a little around a minute. USB dongle acted like it disconnected and after now even with a powered hub its just always no valid rtl dongle found
Was working great, update to latest Android broke it I have used this driver a lot, it works great. If you use it now you may wait to see if your device still works after updating Android. Mine stopped, not yet sure why. Same ver worked on older os before update. Edit: my dongle started working again sporadically. Found I needed to power it with an external source. Some dongles from china draw too much for the device alone to power. Working great again! Thank you.
Help me I buy the program a work fine but when I update off my table sansung galaxy tap pro t900 with a now android 5.1.1the program no work anymore.
- Crash fixes