I have a device that’s online, and that claims it’s running all services fine, but I can’t connect to it via Airplay. I don’t see it as an available source from either my iPhone or my Macbook. Full disclosure - I am completely new to using Airplay, so I very well could be doing something silly. The device does connect fine over Bluetooth, and it works properly.
Here’s the status panel of the device summary:
This is what it looks like in my iPhone when I list Airplay sources:
This is what it looks like in the Macbook (running Mojave, due to some old plugins). Note that I have a Bluetooth connection, but not Airplay:
The actual device is a Raspberry Pi 4 using the latest image as of Monday.
balena-sound_dull-tundra-30.09.21_13_41_13_(-0400).txt (7.8 KB)
Attaching a log in case that helps. It continued with “Waiting for audioblock to start…” messages after this.
Anybody? Is there a better channel of communication? I don’t mind RTFM if someone can just point me to TFM to R.
Hey there @Tonsil !
Are you still running into this issue with balenaSound?
I believe there was a recent bug fix for airplay on balenaSound. Can you please push a new release and see if you are still encountering the issue?
Hello! No, I haven’t been trying. The Airplay issue was a blocker for me, so I’ve gone on to trying some other technologies. I can give it another go, but it may be a few days before I can try, as I need to order some more micro SD cards. The ones I have are configured for a different application. Either that, or I save what’s on there as image files first.
@Tonsil, cool! Let us know if you go back and try balenaSound. Cheers!