@danny @brian @mike – I think this is just FYI, but last night I upgraded my core desktop to 1.3/196/64 from (I believe 1.3/193/64) once my audio analysis was complete. Meanwhile, just tinkering around (uh-oh) I was browsing (but not playing) Roon on my Nexus 9 tablet, which still shows 1.3/192/32 installed, with no indication there is a newer build for that. In settings, on the Android only, the Dev settings still remain. In there, I saw that “Enable Mer Aud Streaming” was (still?) ticked. So I un-ticked it, vaguely remembering a recent post that might have said I should do that. This morning, the MS200 wouldn’t show up on the core as a networked device. And, after switching cables, ports, re-booting, checking the MS200 menu, etc; still no dice – no MS200 available from the Core desktop.
Finally, I went back into the Android & re-ticked “Enable Mer Aud Streaming”, re-booted things, and voila. There it is again.
If there’s not a new build for the Android removing the dev menu (is there?), seems like one should be created in order to avoid this self-inflicted situation.
As a last note, the only thing that is still weird (and different from before – I’m 99% sure), is that the right-hand light on the MS200 (seen from front) that indicated network status is off. Previous to the above, I am pretty darn sure it was on.
Also flagging @Juan_Antunes in case this is a fix for the problem he mentioned a few days ago.
Feedback from the devs (esp as to the MS200 light situation) would be appreciated.