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What's the CD Ripper
CD Ripper is the first FREE CD ripping APP of the Android.
It can rip CD tracks to lossless or compressed music files.
Why to use CD Ripper
- We have many CD discs with favorite musics
- Before , We can play them with Discman or Microsystem
- Now , We want to play those musics in mobiles
- Use the CD Ripper to rip CD tracks to WAV or MP3 files
How to use CD Ripper
- Connect the USB CD reader (Optical Drive) and power with OTG cable
- Connect the mobile to OTG cable
- Click "Load CD" to load CD
- Show CD tracks (TOC) after finish loading
- Click "Rip WAV" to rip those tracks to WAV files
- Or Click "Rip MP3" to rip those tracks to MP3 files
- Click "Option" to select MP3 bitrate (128kbps/160kbps/256kbps/320kbps)
- You can make a batch ripping after watching a video advertisement
What's the system requirment
- Mobile or tablet with USB OTG function (As Samsung S3 , XiaoMi ...)
Test the function using a thumb drive , It can support USB OTG if mobile detects the thumb drive
- Mobile android version upto 4.0
- Opitacl Drive (USB CD or DVD Reader , CD or DVD Writer and Combo drive)
- OTG cable with external power input
- External power and supply current more than 2A/5V (VERY IMPORTANT!)
-Please click "OK" when show "Allow application CD Ripper to access USB device?"
-Please open and close the tray if can not show TOC
-Please re-connect mobile and OTG cable if show "USB error"
-Please don't remove external power
-Reviewing will help us to maintain a list of supported device.
***Supported Mobile list***
LGE Optimus L40 (w3ds)
Sony Xperia T3 (D5103)
Sony Xperia Z3 (SO-01G)
Huawei Y541-U02 (HWY541-U)
Asus ZenFone 2 (ZE551ML) (Z00A)
***Supported CD reader list***
Lenovo CD combo
STW DVD writer
A CD ripper, CD grabber, or CD extractor is software that convert tracks on a Compact Disc to standard computer sound files, such as WAV, MP3, or Ogg Vorbis.
For example, audio CDs contain 16-bit, 44.1 kHz LPCM-encoded audio samples interleaved with secondary data streams and synchronization and error correction info. The ripping software tells the CD drive's firmware to read this data and parse out just the LPCM samples. The software then dumps them into a WAV or AIFF file, or feeds them to another codec to produce, for example, a FLAC or MP3 file. Depending on the capabilities of the ripping software, ripping may be done on a track-by-track basis, or all tracks at once, or over a custom range. The ripping software may also have facilities for detecting and correcting errors during or after the rip, as the process is not always reliable, especially when the CD is damaged or defective.