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I've got this figured out. On OSX, the "RCD" (remote control daemon) is responsible for the naughtiness. It has hard-coded list of actions to do when it detects certain "events" - one of them being connecting to a bluetooth headset. To disable this behaviour (minimal loss of functionality, possibly your apple remote won't work), use the following two ...


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If the software you're using doesn't support specifying an an audio output, you'll have to rely on a third-party utility. Someone else already mentioned Ambrosia's WireTap products, but there is one other I'm aware of: Audio Hijack Pro by Rogue Amoeba. At $32, it beats the pants off WireTap for price. There's also a piece of software called SoundSiphon by ...


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there. Your situation is indeed stuck in recovery mode while updating to the new iOS 8. And what you described indicates that iTunes can't recognize your phone. DFU mode can fix this but here i recommend a better and esaier way to fix this, that is to use a free program called ReiBoot. The ever best one that is to fix this for me opinion.


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Here are my observations: For albums that are a bunch of songs by different people: Ticking "Part of a compilation" for all tracks means the album will show up under the Compilations "artist" in Song view If the Album Artist field is empty in Album view it will sort after all other albums (if sorting by artist) and will have Various Artists listed as ...


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I have built just such a device using a Raspberry Pi and separate DAC from Hifiberry.com (the built-in Pi soundcard is notoriously bad). In terms of software, I'm running the Raspbian distro, along with forked-daapd which is an iTunes-compatible music server - I rsynced the ~/Music/iTunes/iTunes Music folder from my Mac over to the forked-daapd folder on ...



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