Android OS version 8.0 or later (the app will not load on devices running any version of Android Go)
At least 1 GB of total RAM.
At least 600 MB of storage for buffering the spectrogram.
OTG compatibility. Many free apps can check, such as OTG?.
See the “Compatible Phones” and “Compatible Tablets” sections below for Android devices known to work with the EMT2. This list is compiled from the results of an in-app survey that ask about device compatibility. The number of positive reports from the survey is listed for each device. If a device is not listed, that does not mean it does not work; it only means that we have not had any reports in the survey.
While we cannot guarantee compatibility with the list below, we do offer a thirty-day money-back guarantee.
As devices become older, they may have increased difficulty running EMT2 with newer versions of the app or OS updates, so we reserve the right to remove devices from the list.
EMT2 will work with a USB-C or a micro-USB port on your Android device. EMT2 modules made before May 2022 have a micro-USB plug and modules made after have a USB-C plug. Either type of module can work on either type of Android device, but you will need to use an adapter if they do not match. See the "USB Adapter, Extension Stub, and Extension Cable Compatibility" section below for more info.