Android is no longer just on phones, we're starting to see portable media players (like the Archos 5) being released with Android as their operating system. At CES this year manufacturers were also showing Android running on set top boxes.As Android becomes pervasive, it would be great to think that WavPack support would be included as standard - so please add your "star"
I am noticing this trend as well. I am wondering if this has a lot to do with the SDK or just the general nature of the embedded O/S. The easier is to get up and running to write apps and other utilities for it the more people will start to take a liking to it.
Now that the code to add WavPack is available, I'm hoping that any manufacturer that releases a product using Android also adds WavPack support as well! Though it would be much easier if WavPack support was added by default in the Android code - so please add your star!
Soiaf, does that program not support seeking in general, or does it just not support seeking with WavPack?
...anyone interested in helping this along should “star” the issue request on the Google Android site...
Any news on this topic?FLAC support is rumored to be planned for the next Android release after 2.2, namely Gingerbread.