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  1. I am attempting to use a Geek Out 1000 connected via USB OTG (with external power) with my Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900R7 running Android 5.0 Lollipop) with very limited success. The first thing I tried was the full/paid version of the Onkyo HF player. I can get this setup to make noise but am getting fairly regular small pops/clicks and dropouts even on just 16/44.1 FLAC files. The problems are much worse with 24-bit music and even though the Geek Out 1000 supports DSD256 via DoP the software always resamples to 24/88.2 even though the DSD over DoP option is enabled and the option to resample PCM to DoP doesn't do anything either. This is confirmed via the output bitrate/sample rate shown both in the software and the light status of the DAC. I cannot find any buffer settings or anything else to try within this software to try and resolve the issues. I have also tried the trial version of USB Audio Player Pro. I can also get some output but regardless of the various buffer and setting changes I make (I've tried every combination) it constantly cuts out to pure silence more than it plays music - much worse than what I experience with the Onkyo HF Player. Again, enabling DSD-DoP does not get it to output DSD to the DAC for unknown reasons, not that it matters anyways with such big playback problems. Has anyone else been successful with this phone/DAC combination or have any suggestions? Any input would be appreciated.