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Intermittent AirTurn PED Bluetooth Connection
#11
(01-19-2017, 06:57 PM)Ayeff Wrote: Hi KennyB,

Yes, the BiLiPro will work with Android - I have the NeoCore E1 and it's fine.

As a previous post said, you will need a micro USB OTG connector to connect it.  OTG connectors are widely available for just a few quid.

I don't find the positioning of the micro USB on the tablet to be a problem, 'cos all tablets can be orientated any which way. I also use a tablet holder with a large rubber sucker (8 quid from car accessory shop) stuck to the glass music rest on my Tyros with the USB cable coming out the 'top' and down the back of the keyboard, so it is not in the way at all.

Regards,

Alan.

I thought I should let you all know that my AirTurn PED is now working with my Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) with MobileSheets Pro. I did a factory reset on my tablet and I reset the PED. I synced them back up and during a two hour rehearsal last night it didn't lose pairing all night. Hopes are high that it's fixed.

Thanks to everyone for you comments and support.
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#12
Glad you're sorted - now I know you've got Bluetooth 4 I think you will be okay with the AirTurn.
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#13
Supplemnetary quetion please? Is it possibel to use a USB hub with the Android? I have a need to have MIDI data sent out to a device from MSP and I would like to perhaps use a USB page turner at the same time, hence the need for a USB hub. Also can the wired pedal start and stop the audio playback as the BT-105 can?

Thanks
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#14
pax_externa:

You can now get hubs for android, but I don't know how reliable they are. They come in two varieties - OTG hubs (low power devices only) and full hubs with a mains power supply.

Wired pedal can do anything that the AirTurn can (except loose connection!) it all depends on the pedal settings you choose in MSP.

Alan.
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#15
Coolio, thx Alan
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#16
I also loose control of my AirTurn PED after a while if I don't press on it...
For example last show in front of thousand of people I lost it during live performance and had to turn my pages by pressing the screen...
Really stressing when I play double bass: holding the instrument with left hand, bow in the right one, and reading far away from the screen while sitting on a stool!
Also playing electric bass with a pick is not always easy when you have a riff to hold on for the band!
It made me change chord too soon in Beatles's Day Tripper!
Now I always bring my big and noisy USB pedal in my gigbag, but it is frustrating since I paid a lot for this nice looking AirTurn Bluetooth pedal...
BTW I use a Dell Inspiron 7778 with all updated Bios, OS and software, new batteries etc.
The only way I found to fix the problem was to reboot the whole computer, toggling power of pedal, disabling or repairing BT don't bring the connection back, even if it says it is connected (with the MAC address)
Does any other harware fixes the problem (like the AT-104 ), or is trying to change the BT channel is the only way?
MobileSheetsPro 2.0.2 (W10)
AirTurn DUO (BT-106)
Dell Inspiron 17-7778
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#17
I had issues with two bluetooth pedals and went back to the (USB connected) Billipro. Just worrying about losing a connection was enough to go back (granted most other people seem to use bluetooth pedals without a problem).
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#18
(08-22-2017, 09:18 AM)domgi Wrote: BTW I use a Dell Inspiron 7778 with all updated Bios, OS and software, new batteries etc.

Shouldn't this then be in the Windows forum?
Johan
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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (N8010) 10.1", Android 7.1.2 (LineageOS), AirTurn Duo.
Asus Zenpad (Z300M) 10.1", Android 7.0 (backup tablet).
Samsung A3 (SM-A320FL), Android 7.0 (emergency).
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