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      Poweramp v3 Project Update   04/24/2017

      As you may be aware, the Poweramp developer has been working hard on an updated material design user interface for Poweramp v3 which required a full ground-up rebuild of the code. It is hoped this will be ready for final beta-testing by the end of the May. See forum thread for more details and to discuss.    
misakidavid

I don't know what happened

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……and IT'S WORK !!!

Edited :

Because DSEE-HX , I can enjoy 24bit 192khz while "MusicFX" turned on .

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Can you explain? I use xperia z5 and recently I don't have the option of hi res. .. Because I updated the phone to android 7.0.  

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I think the android's audio process is heavily changed , so java virtual machine can provide 24bit 192khz , but unfortunately Poweramp app just support 16/32bit no 24bit caused that.

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7 hours ago, eddie_the_man said:

Can you explain? I use xperia z5 and recently I don't have the option of hi res. .. Because I updated the phone to android 7.0.  

I think you could try it on your Z5 , it will help max (developer) to know what's different between android m & android n.

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On 3/3/2017 at 5:41 AM, misakidavid said:

I think you could try it on your Z5 , it will help max (developer) to know what's different between android m & android n.

But how?

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Commonly (pa : audio track) :

Music files -> apps -> java virtual machine -> android os -> hardware driver -> output

OpenSL ES :

Music files -> apps -> android os (OpenSL ES Shell API) -> hardware driver -> output

Poweramp app's hi-res function:

Music files -> apps <=>Android OS(get permission)

apps -> hardware driver -> output

Edited:

Java virtual machine : 1. Dalvik virtual machine 2. (new) Android RunTime (a.k.a ART)

Poweramp's hi-res is a "apps direct access" to hardware , so Poweramp need to know every phone model .

If we don't share our phone model and don't share our using experience , Max won't know how to help us .

Edited 2 :

I used to develop a app , but I had given up , so I knew Android's  java virtual machine didn't support for hi-res audio output .

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I know everything is possible while alpha session , but I still was astonished when it occurred , because google and sony didn't told us anything about OS's audio process's changes .

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On 03/04/2017 at 6:56 PM, eddie_the_man said:

But how?

1. Change your Poweramp setting , select "Audio Track" as your output opinion.

2. Test ,use Poweramp to play music.

3.Just make a post here, Max will read them all.

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