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  1. Poweramp works a bit counter intuitive but if you open the menu first, select add to playlist, then you can mark all the tracks you want to add. This behaviour is consistent throughout for all sorts of batch operations, for example deleting more than one playlist
  2. Short answers, no and no, sorry
  3. You state in your first post that you want to import a playlist created using the stock android music player, but then you say that other apps cannot see those playlists either. This makes me think that your samsung playlists are not created in the android media database but, like Poweramp, samsung maintains its own database. If this is the case, there may be a way to export from your samsung music player so powramp can access them. Did you try as i suggested and use my app to check if your samsung playlist actually exists in the android media database and whether it has the tracks you expect?
  4. simply copy your podcasts to a different folder and ensure Poweramp does NOT scan this folder.
  5. I assume you created the playlists on the same device so this should work. Try and create a .m3u playlist. Pa should be able to recognize this. No need to import either, simply put it in a folder which is scanned by pa.. I suggest you use my app (see link in signature) to a) check if your android playlist exists and is correct. B create an .m3u playlist and make it available in Poweramp. ( http://www.theo.klinkweb.nl/Poweramp.html for details on how).
  6. If you have more tracks by an artist, it is more likely a song by this artist is selected.
  7. If you disable Google Play, you will still get the license issue even with an older Poweramp version.
  8. It is sorted as text so this is correct.
  9. Git (/ɡɪt/) is a version control system for tracking changes in computer files and coordinating work on those files among multiple people. It is primarily used for source code management in software development, but it can be used to keep track of changes in any set of files. or in other words, Max is actively working hard !!! and here is the proof
  10. Not sure what exactly trying to achieve.Are you trying to create a copy?
  11. I looked at your link. Do the other "unknown artists" have something in common such as the full stop or other non alphabetic character?
  12. First step is to establish how many tracks are actually on your device. You can use my app (free or paid) for this, it will give you totals for tracks, albums and artists. Check these numbers against Poweramp. if the numbers tally, Poweramp showing the same total count, something deletes .your music. if they do not match, ensure that Poweramp actually scans the folders where your music is located. Settings, Folders and Librsry, Music folders. Only tick the relevant ones. Rescan.
  13. I suspect that your mp3 tags may be corrupt or non compliant. Which product did you use to tag?. To test this, use a free mp3 tagger and efit a few tracks. See if it displays correctly.
  14. Do you mean you do not see these tracks in the powermp library or are you saying they are missing from your internal or external sdcards? In the latter case, do you have to copy the missing tracks to your device again?