I recently updated my 5th gen Ipad to an Ipad Air 4 and can no longer use the Code app. I receive the following error when opening the app and can do nothing except close it - "Context3d not available! Possible reasons: Wrong renderMode or missing device support"
With no app support available, this amp is dead weight in the studio.
i have removed the app, restarted ipad, reinstalled it, and end up at the same error every time. Is the Ipad Air 4 supported at all? IOS version is 15.4.1
This issue is driving me crazy. My Code 50 used to work with my iphone and ipad, now it refuses to connect and I always get the above message.
I have performed the following:
1. Forgot bluetooth connection on both devices
2. Deleted iphone app and re-installed.
3. Re-paired and tried to connect with same issues,
4. Formed factor preset of amp with no luck.
I know the blueotth connects as I can play music through my amp from phone, I just cannot connect to update any presets.
Any solutions would be greatfully received, am getting so frustrated with this product.
I recently got a new iPadPro. I can Bluetooth to my Code25, but when I open the MyMarshall app I get the following: "Context 3D not available! Possible reasons: wrong renderMode or missing device support." What does that mean and how do I get the app to open? I deleted the app and reinstalled and have powered the 25 down and restarted.
I have no problem connecting my Iphone and the sound is really great
On the other hand my mac book pro doesn't want to recognize Minotor III
I'm not sure if I'm using it the wrong way though... I'm still doubtful
Would you have any clue
I just bought the code 25, and only had it for a few days. It was great on my iPad for effects via bluetooth, although after I updated the firware it wont connect to thre app on my ipad anymore, it plays songs from my itunes app but the Gateway app says Im already connected and nothing works to adjust the affects. Im really bummed about this, any word on why this is happening and how to fix it?.
I've just recently bought the Acton II to have as a speaker in our bathroom. Looks great and sound good enough. So far I'm satisfied.
However, the speaker is driving me mad. Here's why.
My girlfriend and I both use the speaker whenever we're spending time in the bathroom, so both our phones have been connected to the speaker at some point.
But, if I'm playing music from my iPhone to the speaker and my girlfriend is in another room, let's say, watching YouTube on her iPhone things get wierd. If she adjusts the volume on here phone it also messes with my music in the bathroom.
Playing music from phone 1 to Acton II. then, Adjusting the volume by using the buttons on the side of iPhone 1 also adjusts the main volume of phone 2. Even though Phone 2 isn't in use. It just messes with the volume of it.
This is suuuuuper annoying. Since the app is no where near of being good, I don't know how this can be solved. If there's no good solution I'm gonna have to sell the speaker and buy a brand that really knows how to make speakers for this purpose.
Does anyone know if this can be fixed..??
thanks / Mathias
Hello - After really enjoying the Kilburn II speaker, I bought two Acton II speakers to couple them for ambiant sound when not using traditional speakers since you can't couple Marshall's wireless speakers. The Acton II is fantastic for sound and range individually *before* my attempt to couple them. I've had many complex compatibility issues with products over the years, but in this case, it's most puzzling why two same-model "coupled" speakers can be controlled via the iPhone/iPad I paired with them, as well as with the Marshall app (volume/sound settings) but cannot in any shape or form maintain simultaneous outputs even when they're placed right next to each other (well within the 10-meter Marshall spec). So before returning them back to store, I wanted to check with other customers if they've ever truly achieved the goal of coupling two Acton II's with both of them continuously and consistently playing in tandem without streaming drops. Thank you for letting me know,
What I've tried to so far:
- Followed Marshall's pairing/coupling intructions word-by-word. Though their instructions are incomplete and way below their reputation.
What's more disappointing is the prompt you get in the app to "stay connected to Acton II but disconnected from Acton II in Bluetooth settings." Anyone know what that means?
- Tried two iPhones and an iPad (all latest iOS).
- Deleted, rebooted, and re-installed the Marshall Bluetooth app (v1.3.1) for iOS.
- Moved the speakers next to each other to eliminate distance argument.
- Tested each speaker with direct Bluetooth to iPhone/iPad source without any issues. In fact, range is so much more when not using the Marshall app to stream to the speaker.
- Factory-reset the speakers.
- End result: The only way I was able to have them coupled was ignore their instructions, couple the speakers and then completlely shut down their app. after they show as coupled . However, there's no way for them to continuously and play in tandem (even sitting right next to each other with source iPhone/iPad next to them). They continue to switch between each other.
- Also, Marshall needs to be clear that a "couple" can only function with one lifetime source. As soon as you try to use the speaker "couple" on another source device, you lose everything on the previous device and need to de-couple, forget speakers, re-add speakers to your device's Bluetooth, and then pray that the Marshall app will allow you to couple them again. Most of the 18-20 times I tried the whole process, I needed to uninstall their app, reboot device, and re-install their app. :(
Any help deeply appreciated before I return these speakers.
"Context3D not available! Possible reasons: wrong renderMode or missing device support" error message on iPhone 11. All I see when I open the app is a red bar with the error message in white letters. Any idea how to fix this?
I have recently received the Marshall Acton 2 speaker which has a very good sound and design.
However it works only on my IOS phone, under Windows 10, I can pair the device but get's a message of battery low and cannot choose it as speaker.
Can you help me? 10.0.0.0.1 192.168.10.1 192.168.10.1
I just bought a marshall code 25, and when installing the marshall gateway app on mu iphone 12 (ios 14.8.1), and open app i get the following error: "context3D not available! Possible reason: wrongrendermode or missing devicr suport. " and it does not work. What I can do?
Hi there, just purchaced a Code 50, installed the Gateway app for iPad. All working a treat, eccept that if I am connected to the Amp via bluetooth, I am getting all the keypad sounds through the amp, also incoming messages, email notifications and phone calls. is there a way of stopping this????
Hello. I recently bout the CODE 50 and it's great, but the gateway is pretty much useless for me. I have tried pretty much everything and it still will not connect to my iPhone 11 pro max. I have had friends try the app and it works fine on their phone, but when it comes to mine, nothing! Really love the amp and would like the bluetooth to work from my phone so i can adjust with ease. Not the end of the world, but it is advertised that you can control everything from your phone so that's what i would like to do. Any solutions? Thanks.
Update to below- The iPhone 11 IOS 15.02 update fixed my issues. The app is working properly now & I'm very happy.
____________________________________________________I had a fault code & couldn't connect Gateway to my Code 50 a few months ago when I purchased it. I tried deleting the app to reload but when I reloaded, it was only accessible via the App Store & wouldn't appear on my Home Screen. I could connect for awhile. Recently it seems since the IOS 15 update to my phone, it no longer connects manually or automatically to my Code 50. The app is useless to me. I've search for an alternate app from another source that is compatible with the Code 50 but there doesn't appear to be one. The Gateway app and Bluetooth connectivity heavily influenced my purchase decision. If I had known the app was useless and I would have to physically go to the amp and try to dial in each sound, I would have just bought a fender. I really feel you should take my amp back if you can't correct the problem.
Bought a marshall acton II today and I'm unable to play music from my phone on it. It does not show on airplay either while connected on app. I suspect it's broken on ios15. Hope it gets fixed soon or Im requesting a refund as right now it's just standing as decoration.
Since iOS does not support AptX I was curious what codec is used when I connect my iphone (12 pro) to my Stanmore.
Turns out it uses SBC. By any mean it is not the end of the world, tho now I'm wondering if I have a malfuctioning BT module.
Just bought a Marshall emberton. I did connect the speaker to my iPhone (iOS 14.7.1). It starts playing but after 10 or 15 seconds it loses the connection and the bluetooth lighy on the speaker starts flashing.
Can you help me, please?
While using the Marshall Gateway App on my iPhone 7 or SE (I'm assuming this happens on other iPhone models as well), the "Playback" page automatically defaults to "Apple Music" when I want to add tracks to jam to with my Code 50 amplifier.
My question for Marshall Support is: Can you make the iPhone Gateway App allow selections of tracks from locations other than "Apple Music" on the "Playback" page?
It would be great to be able to select tracks from my other files like "One Drive" or "Files". Your competitors like the Boss GT-1 and the Spark 40 allow tracks to be added from ANY location when using their jam-along features. Limiting your choice to "Apple Music" really limits the jam-along experience on your app.
Thank you for considering making this useful update to your iPhone app.
I uninstalled the gateway application on my iphone because it did not work well, I reinstalled it and on the screen it tells me
( Context 3D not available posssible reason wrong render mode or missing device support ), Could you help me?
I recently picked up a CODE 100 amp and plugged it into my macbook to try to record using GarageBand. The program recognised the amp so I set both input and output to CODE and was not getting any sound, not even the metronome. Eventually after thinking about it I realized that output was set to CODE so I turned up my master volume (had it all the way down because I wanted to hear the laptop not the amp), and all of the sound including the metronome were coming through the amp speakers. Then I figured out that I could get audio out of the laptop by changing the output to Built in output. Now I am having the same issue on the iPad and can't figure it out. I have a Camera adapter that allows me to plug USB into the iPad. When I connect it, the iPad recognizes it and asks if I want to turn monitoring on, I do. All of the sound, previously recorded tracks, metronome all of it come through the amp speakers. I want the monitoring to output to the iPad speakers, but I cannot find the setting to accomplish such a thing. Any Help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
Hi, I tried to install mygateway app into my iphone X. It was successfully installed but I could not open the app. It shows error message in the phone screen.
Can you please help. Thanks