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      Poweramp v3 - Next Beta Release Planned for April 2018   03/14/2018

      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, but it is currently hoped that the next Beta Test release will be ready for April 2018.    

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  1. And the easy way is to edit the tags in Poweramp. It shows at the top where it is located.
  2. A rescan simply finds media on your device, it does not delte or remove anything. I assume you allow Poweramp to search everywhere, have a look at settings, folders and library, music folders. You should only select folders where you want Poweramp to scan. If you do not know where your music is saved, use a file explorer such as Esexplorer to search for a track. It will find it and tell you where it is. Be aware that if you do not limit the selected music folders, Poweramp will even find tracks in trash folders created by others apps
  3. In your last paragraph you show both windows and unix (android) file path formats. Unix has the backward slash whereas windows uses the forward slash. This may be the cause of your issue. I suspect that given the songs are named the same, one fails and pa finds the other one.
  4. And yet, Poweramp on my tablet has no pŕoblem with the tracks. It recognised them immediately.
  5. the m3u8 format is to make the file UTF-8 compliant. It places a BOM (Byte Order Mark) at the beginning of the file which tells the operating system how to interpret. UTF-8 // The UTF-8 representation of the BOM is the (hexadecimal) byte sequence 0xEF,0xBB,0xBF. A text editor or web browser misinterpreting the text // as ISO-8859-1 or CP1252 will display the characters  for this. Read more here: https://www.w3.org/International/questions/qa-byte-order-mark
  6. Do you get any crash information? In any case, the developer will receive detailed crash information via google fabric crashlytics.
  7. Do you have your music on an external sdcard? If so then this card is not recognised by your device. You should at least be able to see internal memory though. Have you tried a file manager such as Esexplorer? Do you see your folders there?
  8. By coincidence, i am trying to troubleshoot the same issue for one of my app users. The m3u holds french accent graves, accent aigu and circonflexes. Interesting that Poweramp appears to validate the tracks but seems unable to interpret the characters correctly. Does your device locale/language settings correspond?
  9. Ich glaube das ist jetst nicht moglich. Vielleicht im nachtsten release?
  10. Its state is off. Only when you choose to run it it will be active, otherwise it does nothing
  11. Auto find looks like a one off option
  12. The trash folder is most probably created by the app you used to delete the track. Poweramp scans all folders unless you set it. Settings, Folders and Library, Music Folders. Only tick the ones where your music is located
  13. Sounds like you simply need to create playlists. No point overloading the ui if the functionality is already available imoh
  14. Simply go to Settings, Folders and Library, Music Folders. Here you only select folders you want Poweramp to scan.
  15. When you export your playlists in Poweramp it uses the playlist name with a .m3u8 extension. It also tells you where they will be saved.