TX monitor via the API

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I'm adding WAV playback through my app.  I'm having issues with the TX monitor being reliable.  It seems to work about 70% of the time and at other times even though the button shows Blue for ON it does not monitor the audio.

In code I have tried this:

                DependencyContainer.FlexRadio.TXMonitor = false;
                System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(50);

                DependencyContainer.FlexRadio.TXMonitor = true;
                System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(50);

                DependencyContainer.FlexRadio.DAXOn = true;
                System.Threading.Thread.Sleep(50);

                DependencyContainer.FlexRadio.Mox = true;


This has by far been the most reliable but still not 100%.  For example usually the first time there is no monitor but then the next time there is.

My WAV file does play back as I can see it in the waterfall.  But it would be nice to hear it in the headphones to ensure the correct file is playing.

Any one have any thoughts?

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