USB Audio Recorder ROOT

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    USB Audio Recorder ROOT

    by: 39 7.2

    7.2 Users



    Simple app to record audio from an external sound card and store it on the android file system.

    Your device needs to be rooted for this application to work.

    The recording will be stored as .wav file on the external storage in a folder called "recordings".

    In this free version of the app, the recording will stop when the file size reaches 50 MByte. If the app works fine for you and you would like the limit to be removed, check out the "USB Audio Field Recorder" app.

    For a detailed description of the controls, please check out the "USB Audio Tester" app on the market.

    Tags: usb audio recorder pro , usb audio , external soundcard for recording , usb audio recorder , usb audio recorder pro скачать , usb audio recorder software , usb audio recording , usb recorder , usb 3.0 field audio recorder

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    Users comments for USB Audio Recorder ROOT

    A Google user

    by A Google user

    Jun 13, 2017  |  "Poor"

    This app took me absolutely no where It says you need some kind of device, what kind of apps require that anymore plus my screen was blank not what I was looking fer

    Aaron Jones

    by Aaron Jones

    Oct 17, 2016  |  "Poor"

    Not Simple , & didnt work.. + Missing alot of stuff

    Luke Duffield

    by Luke Duffield

    Jan 22, 2014  |  "Awesome"

    Works with rooted Allwinner A13 tablet and Alesis mic-link xlr to usb mic cable. Great stuff!

    Joe McPorkin

    by Joe McPorkin

    Aug 24, 2013  |  "Awesome"


    Jonah Orange

    by Jonah Orange

    Aug 15, 2013  |  "Great"

    Works on my android tablet. I just wish the headphones worked @ tbhe same time. But overall I'm pleased. Thx -dot3dashes

    Robbie Medford

    by Robbie Medford

    Apr 02, 2013  |  "Awesome"

    This app worked for my rooted EVO 3D ICS. Steps to take: First, make sure you are able to use any common USB device, like a mouse, keyboard, or a flash drive. If so, you are probably very close to your goal. I had to install an OTG-enabled kernel, make sure init.d folder scripts were enabled, and use a special OTG cable (b/c my phone wasn't designed to supply power to external USB devices).