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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 and is taking some time to get to a beta-test stage. See the forum thread for more details and to discuss.    


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  1. What was wrong with his git log post from a couple of weeks ago? And thread cleaned... again. Andre
  2. Please use English in the general forum threads. Google Translation of your question doesn't make much sense to me. Andre
  3. Thread cleaned of nonsense. You know what is happening and why, no point insulting users about their choices. Andre
  4. The queue won't start playing on its own, it is simply a 'temporary interruption' of normal playback so you can hear a specific odd track or two in-between your regular category-based listening. The options that you mention are designed to configure how something being added to the queue should behave - should it interrupt the current playback immediately, at the end of the current song, or the end of the current list of songs (e.g. album, folder, etc). Andre
  5. The details of when licences need to be re-validated are listed at http://support.powerampapp.com/knowledgebase/articles/323557-is-internet-connection-required Andre
  6. Great. It was the ROM being over-zealous in its power saving attempts then. Andre
  7. Max is doing what the users requested (whether you like it or not, there was a poll on the subject) by developing a Material Design interface. If you have problems with the current ALPHA test release then you are perfectly free to go back to the main release build. Personal insults will be removed. Andre
  8. Most likely the device is sending a Play command when it connects, quite a few BT devices seem to do this. The most recent alpha-test versions of Poweramp (e.g, build 704) have incorporated a slight delay after connection during which period any received commands are ignored, so it might be worth giving that a try. Andre
  9. Probably best to ask in the support forum for your ROM then, as it is the ROM that will be shutting down the background task when the phone is asleep. Andre
  10. purchase

    Please contact the support address (poweramp.maxmpz@gmail.com) with your details and they will be able to reset the activations limit for you. I'm guessing you update ROMs fairly often, or have multiple devices on the same account, as the normal limit is usually sufficient for most users. Andre
  11. Copy it to /etc/audio_policy.conf . I would suggest making a backup of the original version there before you overwrite it. Andre
  12. TheoKlink is correct. Poweramp is an audio player designed to play music file (MP3, etc) stored on your device, not in the cloud or on other computers across a network. You would need to copy your audio files from your iMac to your phone before Poweramp can play them. Andre
  13. I very much doubt Google would be interested. Most of their own-branded stuff is simplistic to the extent of being banal. They've taken the Apple approach of "this is how it works, you will just have to learn to like it." Can you really see them offering anything with hundreds of different Settings control options like Poweramp? Andre
  14. I must admit I don't really understand the subtle difference between "Albums" and "Albums by Artist" (and they both seem to share the same list options). Using "Album Artists" is different though in the way it uses tags. As I said before, either ensure your tags are set correctly or use Folder/Filename view (which is how I use Poweramp, as I prefer the complete sorting control that mode gives me just by renaming folders). Andre
  15. No, it is not weighted. Other than if you have 99 songs by one artists and 1 by anyone else, you're going to hear a lot more of the first artist. Andre