Can CODE 50 sync user presets by iPhone app ?
I know the way by mac(chrome).
I have recently had my iphone 8 software updated to ios 13.1.2 and since then have not been able to control my Code 25 amp via Gateway from my phone even though, in iphone settings, I am connected via bluetooth but within the Gateway App I'm not. I have upgraded my Gateway App to version 1.5 back in July and up to now it's worked perfectly well. Is anyone else having this problem and if so is there an App upgrade?
Here's the solution to pairing an iphone/ipad to CODE as of latest apple update. Stop blaming Marshall and learn to work your Apple device!!! Too many whiners complaining about problems that have everything to do with dumb Appple users!
1. settings>gateway app (find in list of apps)>turn on Bluetooth & other options you prefer
2. settings>bluetooth (make sure bluetooth is on), then pair CODE with device following the regular pairing instructions
3. APOLOGIZE to every person you bitched to and learn to work your amp and phone like a capable musician and not the babboon that you are!
Fired up the Gateway app after upgrading my ipad to iPadOS 13.1.2 and I get a message "Context3d not available! Possible reasons: wrong renderMode or missing device support". Nothing happens after that. I have an ipad 6th generation.
To make the most of my CODE50, this web site, and the iOS Gateway app, it is my understanding that I need to connect the CODE50 via a mini-USB cable, connect to the CODE50 in the bluetooth settings of my iPhone, and also connect to the CODE50 in the Gateway app on my iPhone.
When I take all the above steps, I can do everything I want, but I also hear unwanted system bells and whistles from my MacBook Pro and/or my iPhone. Can I do something to get/retain all the CODE50 functionality without the macOS/iOS system sounds? How exactly?
I have a code 50 and am trying to update firmware. I have an iPhone X with the Chrome app installed (newest version). I am logged into my Marshall and the gateway app. The gateway app shows I am connected via Bluetooth, but on the my Marshall firmware download page it says I am not connected and my browser doesn’t support download.
It’s very frustrating, Marshall or any support appreciated.
Just bought my Code 50 tried to connect the Gateway App to either my iPhone 7 or iPad Air 2.
Did a firmware update to 1.44 , the amp is paired in Bluetooth but when in Gateway, it just says it is connecting but never does.
I have tried reinstalling the firmware, forgetting the edvice and re-pairing, removing all other BT devices etc. etc. but still it will not connect.
UPDATE: this was an iOS issue, not the amp. The latest update to iOS beta 13.1 resolved it.
The iOS Gateway app was unable to connect to my CODE 50 even though my MacBook Pro is connected via bluetooth, so I did a factory reset and then tried to do a firmware update. The first part of the firmware update (1.44) appeared to install correctly. Next I saw a DSP update and tried to apply that update. In the middle of the DSP update, I received an error message to the effect that the update failed and I should power off & on my computer/device. I powered my Mac off & on, but the CODE 50 shows a progress indicator (about 20%) and says "DO NOT SWITCH OFF."
I tried to reinstall the firmware/DSP update, but this time the update process would not even begin. I suspect the problem is the frozen progress indicator and whatever ongoing or frozen process is causing the "DO NOT SWITCH OFF" message.
Othe than ignoring the warning on the CODE 50 and powering it off & on, I don't see what else I can do. Is there a way to abort the ongoing or frozen process without turning the CODE off.
What should I do?
I have a problem with my new Stockwell II. It plays the Bluetooth connection sound while playing music with my iPad Air, which is only 10 centimeters away.
The intervall between this sounds is not constant, between 30s and 15 minutes. But quite annoying. Music playing is not interrupted.
Any ideas what to do? Maybe a firmware update? (But my windows 8.1 pc doesn't recognize the speaker.)
I am experiencing some trouble with my Minor II headphones, as they do not connect anymore. Tried to pair them again, but they do not appear on my iPhone (7).... when switching on, the white light constantly flashes to green, but I cannot find any info about a green light.
What cable does someone use to hook up their ipad to a Code 50? it would a lightning to a ???
And why does one need a cable to hook up to the Code? if the Code is synched via blutooth then anyhting on the APP, such as updates or presets, should also be able to get tot he Code via the blutooth and not need a cable. Could this be a glitch on Marshall's end or they just never programmed it into the software to do it. Seems like an oversight, no?
Thanks for any help anyone can give,
I try all suggestions in FAQ Support until "Last resort" But ..... nothing, I can't see the CONNECTED red button.
I’m looking into getting a new IPad and I was curious if I can use GarageBand as my software and record direct from the USB port on my Marshall code 25 to record? Or should I spend the money for a new Mac book or Mac laptop will either of those work?
Running V1.43 firmware.
I have followed all instructions and can not get the iPad 6 to connect in Gateway app.
It, however "pairs" just fine Bluetooth wise on the iPad 6!
AND Gateway works well on my iPhone 5, switches presets and everything.
So I know I am doing this right and the Marshall code 100 Head is responding via Bluetooth (with my iPhone 5) but NOT with the iPad 6.
Edited: Its the damnedest thing. I removed and reinstalled the app on my iPad 6 at least 8 times with the same results.
Then I reinstalled and paired the "9th" time, and it worked!!!!
I can turn the 100 Code head amp off, and back on and it still connects.
I'm glad it works now, but I dunno what I did differently.
I just got this head recently and installed the latest firmware update the other night (6/20/2019). When I try to connect my IPad through the My Marshall app it seems to be a hit or miss proposition but more miss than hit. In my settings on the IPad it shows me as connected, and the blue light on the head goes from flashing to solid. On the app, it shows the head detected but when I press on that I get a "Connection Rejected" (You may only control amps you are already connected to for audio output) and there's no control over the head from the app. Now several other times it syncs right up. I'm at a loss though. Am I doing something wrong maybe in the sequence (operator error) or is there an issue somewhere else. The manual doesn't really reference Bluetooth that well. I'm not bluetooth savy becuase I rarely use it except for my phone in the car and connection there is automatic after I initially set it up.
So is it me? Is it the gateway software? Is it the head?? Help please?
On my Android device Samsung Galaxy 8+, Software version G955USQU5DSDA. The Gateway crashes whenever I attempt to import music.
On my iPad Pro (9.7-inch), Software version 12.3.1, The Gateway refuses to load music.
Any help, clarification, or a suggestion of a solution, (is there a particular program that works well to assist the import of music into this app on either platform)?
I also have a PC running WIndows 10 Pro x64, with an i7 and 32GB of RAM, is there any work around involving any particular DAW that allows this?
when will you solve gateway app problems ? we've all been waiting for 3 years and a half !
You can't hide behind "it's on Apple because ios evolved" !!
Of course, it evolves, that's the way things do. And as soon you enter apps world you will have to make Gateway do the same; it's obvious, and i'm pretty sure you're not so naive.
So, please stop relying on your brand, and release a new Gateway version to fix all those bugs.
Or, make Gateway opensource, and we will do it for you.
Marshall Gateway last releases :
20 dec 2016
16 june 2016
21 jan 2016
Fender tone last releases :
6 jun 2019
14 mar 2019
12 fev 2019
14 sep 2018
Do you want us to switch from Marshall to Fender ? Such a bad experience with Code is leading us to.
I can get the Marshall CODE 50 to connect but not pair with the Iphone?
I’ve just purchased a code 100 head, it great apart from the Bluetooth doesn’t seem to work. I stRt the pairing process, the blue light flashes on the amp and displays the Bluetooth code. But I don’t get any new devices to pair with on my phone or iPad, any other devices I pair with show up instantly. It feels like the Bluetooth module either faulty or nor present. I saw someone with a similar issue that said their module was no physically connected, does anyone have any more information on this or suggestions?
I'm a beginner. I've experiemented with all the presets of my CODE50. It's an amazing amp/speaker combo. However, I would like to have a better understanding of what the switch and 4 knobs do on my Epiphone Les Paul, apart from all the amazing things that the CODE50 can do. This would seem to require that I set the CODE50 to work as a "pure amplifier," solely increasing the volume of the guitar output, without adding any effects to modify/model its output. Can I achieve this by doing the following using the iPhone app?
Turn to Pedal 1 preset (and not use a pedal)
Keep Pre-Amp at Natural
Turn Power-Amp and Cabinet off
Turn all FX off