Yes I believe Tim stated previously that once a working instance of 4.1 is in place, future 4.x updates will be available with just that one "CHECK FOR" click.View attachment 6622
Will moOde 4.2 be available via the clickable "CHECK FOR" software update button on the left hand corner?
BTW, I suspect the Airplay issue I was having had something to do with USB connected DACs. Airplay/moOde 4.1 does not work with the AQ Dragonfly Black, XtremPro X1 and Topping D30. But Airplay works with the Xiang Sheng DAC 01A.
Yes it is a great feature and now looks great too, though I see no song title, just a URL:I'm not a Moode user but that Radio panel looks very cool! I've found high-quality Internet radio streams from the likes of JB Radio-2 and Radio Paradise to be a big part of my listening using Roon which 'works', but seems to be lagging behind in terms of development focus for them.
It comes with a Chinese 6N3 which I replaced with an NOS 5670. That gave a more refined sound even if the tube is essentially running just as a cathode follower/buffer from a ~80V B+ rail. Makes me regret unloading my stash of WE396As 15 years ago. From the get go I bypassed the volume control. It was a simple procedure I found in the internet. If I only had known about this DAC earlier, I would have skipped the Topping D30.
EDIT: I misunderstood this completely, originally I took it to mean that instances of 4.1 could be updated to 4.2 via the command posted on the Moode forum, much like it was eventually possible via SSH and the command line to update from 4.0 to 4.1 some months ago.News from Moode:
They have announced that an in-place upgrade is now possible via the command line for this 4.2 version; and future updates via system config. Good news ! I will have to try this out.
Moode is fully capable of playing FLAC streams if the necessary URL/link is provided, currently there are several such streams available as stations.Is the Radio Paradise FLAC stream playable on Raspberry Pi/Moode? The only way I can play it is on the RP Android app which is very cool because it allows downloading and off-line playing, but it's pretty limiting in that I can't use an external DAC on the phone (have to use UAPP) and am limited to the mp3-320 stream in the listening room via Roon.