[LAU] Streaming low-latency bi-directional audio between Android 4.x and a Linux desktop
stuartl at longlandclan.id.au
Sun Nov 3 04:18:45 CET 2019
Firstly, apologies if this is not quite relevant to this list. I'll
happily take it elsewhere if this is the case.
I was wondering if someone knew of a tool that would enable me to
connect my phone (running Android 4.1, I know this is old but it's what
I have) over WiFi to my desktop (Ubuntu 18.04 LTS) or my laptop (Gentoo).
I have a proof-of-concept going using JACK, icecast2 and darkice… I was
able to get `qt-dab` to pipe audio to `darkice` and receive the stream
from my phone using `HaveRadiosion`, however there's quite a bit of
latency introduced, and it's one-way.
Fine for music, but if I'm in a VoIP call with someone and have to step
away from my desk at work I'm kinda stuck.
Both JACK (netjack) and PulseAudio are able to operate over a
network. It seems all I really need is a compatible Android application
that can link to the phone's headset and advertise that to the
PulseAudio or JACK server.
Before I go embark on a quest to scratch my own itch, is anyone aware of
software that would allow such a link to take place?
Stuart Longland (aka Redhatter, VK4MSL)
I haven't lost my mind...
...it's backed up on a tape somewhere.
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