Ropieee pops and clicks

how do you boot the old card

Insert card, plug in RPi.

i did but than nothing happened

Once reopieee is shut down suggest you :
Disconnect the power.
Switch the cards
Reconnect the power

It will then boot from the old card

i tried but it does not

In which case you’ll probably need to reflash, very hard to diagnose a boot not working.

thx i ll try

Ropieee absolutely destroyed my ability to listen through the usbridge signiture . I am trying to get help from allo but it looks like they no longer support the product . Jestin is no longer there . Ropieee worth what you pay for it

Which was how much? Please don’t show such lack of respect for this fantastic software, which is offered to this community for free, by @spockfish.

Ropieee does work with the Allo USBridge [Signature]… search the forum. If you have a problem, open a thread, and state what DAC is connected. That, or you have incorrectly configured Ropieee, are most likely where the issue lies.


I did open a thread and we I found out is that I am not the only one who has a problem . The ropieee is configured correctly. If you have some constructive advice of how to uninstall the ropieee it would be much appreciated

Please go to another section on this forum. It’s clear you don’t want support.


absolutley not . After a careful review the conclusion is that pops and clicks can not be eliminated and ropieee should be replaced with dietpi . I got no real help from the site and I was really disappointed by the response that I got . Spockfish had no interest to help and was affended by minimal criticizem.

Not so careful …

Release RoPieee 2022.06.3 - #16 by Kevin_Kennedy?

… and you are using a very inappropriate communication style …

I was certainly not offended. Not going to waste my energy on that :wink:

I was annoyed by your total lack of communication skills: no respect whatsoever that RoPieee is being build in my spare time, no consideration of what ‘asking nicely’ means.

I’m glad you switched to another solution.


Nope, you said it didn’t work and only asked for instructions on how to deinstall. At no point did you ask for help with your issue.
That’s why I moved your post from support to the audio talk area.

The fact is that there is no answer to the pops and clicks in my case . I appreciate the fact that you invest time in Ropieee but in my case I had no pops and clicks with the dietpi system and after installing ropieee I could no longer listen to music .

I guess that you are entitled to you own facts

There are users who make me feel thankful for the forum’s Mute/Ignore feature…


I am going to close this thread for now as the op appears to have found his solution by moving away from Ropieee.
There is no point or need for further discussion on this I believe.