Description My Setup
Details on your Core machine (OS, Hardware specs, Roon build)
- Pinkfaun 2.16X Server, running on Audiolinux, AMD 7 3700 processor, 16GB RAM, 1 HD Samsung SSD 250GB for Roon + 2nd HD Samsung 4TB SSD for local music
- Roon version 1.8 build: 764
- HQPlayer: HQPlayer Embedded 4.19.1
Details on your Remote(s) (OS, Hardware specs, Roon build)
- iPad Air 2 – 64GB - running iPadOS 14.4 - Roon build: 764
- Samsung S10e – running Android version 11 kernel 4.14.113-20607146 – Roon build :764
- PC running Windows 10 Pro - Intel® Core™ i7 CPU 870 @ 2.93GHz Ram 8GB, Roon build: 764
Networking details (especially what hardware you’re using, how everything is connected, and anything notable about how it’s all configured)
- Ethernet & Wifi Mesh network built on 3 * Asus Zenwifi XT8
- Connected to Service Provider modem
- Speedtest connection speed ethernet 93Mbps download – 18Mbps upload
- Roon Core connected via ethernet, Remote PC connected via ethernet
- Mobile Remotes connected via Wifi
Audio devices in use
- T+A 8 DSD connected to Roon Core, using HQPlayerEmbedded, connected via USB
- Endpoints : 2 * Logitech Squeezebox Touch , connected via Wifi
- Local library on separate internal SSD 4TB harddisk in Roon Server
- Qobuz Hi-fi Sublime streaming service
- 59018 tracks (3875 albums – 2291 local, 1584 Qobuz)
Description Of Issue
I would like to challenge all Roonlabs employees using an iPad as Roon Remote, to go to Roon Settings - Setup - Clear Image Cache. An reports back would be appreciated.
And I am not going to spoil all the fun by sharing a number of screen captures.
I can guarantee you will have hours of fun, trying to find your way in the big chaos that is created.
Luckily, there is a solution. Remove the app, download/install brand new - everything back to normal.
(It took me only about 8 hours to apply some common sense and to do what I just advised)