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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    Logical next step if its a stand alone drive, Jack.
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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    USB drive is connected to the Lumin. No internet radio to choose from. Nothing really shows up on the left side of the app. The display on the Lumin does show my last playlist. Just the numbers...no song names.

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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    Quote Originally Posted by aniwolfe View Post
    First part I am not sure...how do I check? All I know is that I have my USB cable from my Lumin connected to my WD Passport USB drive. The light on the USB drive is solid.

    Model is Mini U
    No idea what a Mini U is, but I have a Lumin X1 with a 1 TB HD directly attached to the USB port, and that works fine. I see all the files on the Lumin app on both my iPad, and iPhone. However, you say the light on the HD is on solid. That is opposite to the drive on my X1. The only time the drive light is on for me is when it flickers reading a song. Is your drive okay? Can you read it attached to a PC?
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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    So you can't get outside on the Lumin at all? No streaming services or Internet Radio. You do have an account with TuneIn and are signed in I am assuming. If your Lumin can't see the Internet then it and your control device can't see each other either. Who is your internet provider?
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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    It happens the same to me my A1 can not detect correclty my USB hard drive connected to the back of the A1.

    I was informed it is due some problem with the App (I have a Samsung Tab 3 which is Android and not IOS).

    Hope Lumin send a new firmware update for Android in order to solve this and other problems (Tidal does not have any possbility of sort).

    Good luck.
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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    Mike

    I thing he's just connecting a stand alone USB drive directly to the Lumin. Might want to plug that HD into a laptop or desktop and make sure it's still readable by them.
    I plan to do that and will report back

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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack View Post
    So you can't get outside on the Lumin at all? No streaming services or Internet Radio. You do have an account with TuneIn and are signed in I am assuming. If your Lumin can't see the Internet then it and your control device can't see each other either. Who is your internet provider?
    Spectrum is the service provider.

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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    Spectrum is my provider. I use an NAS with my Lumin U1. I have no problem with internet radio (from memory I had to set up a gmail account to sign in to TuneIn Radio - http://www.luminmusic.com/streaming-services.html - see the bottom of the page).
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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    Remember that attached drives need to be single-partition only (and formatted FAT32, exFAT and NTFS only - but this is common).
    Another quick test would be to connect a small USB pen-drive/thumb-disk with a couple of very standard WAV files on there.

    I think you said that in the app, you could see the USB server show up on the settings under Music Library. That suggests that the LUMIN is showing up on at least the local network correctly.
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    Re: Lumin Cannot Detect Music Server

    Quote Originally Posted by thingswelike View Post
    Remember that attached drives need to be single-partition only (and formatted FAT32, exFAT and NTFS only - but this is common).
    Another quick test would be to connect a small USB pen-drive/thumb-disk with a couple of very standard WAV files on there.

    I think you said that in the app, you could see the USB server show up on the settings under Music Library. That suggests that the LUMIN is showing up on at least the local network correctly.
    I use to be able to see the USB Music Server..now I do not.
    The USB drive has worked perfectly fine with my Lumin streamer before. I got a new IP provider and hasn't worked since. Does Peter still post on this board?

 

 
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