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  1. I'm afraid not. I put the app onto a list of unmonitored apps which are free to use as much power as they need. That, and I also have "Keep Service" enabled under Poweramp Settings -> Misc -> Tweaks. Still the same issue happening. EDIT: Another thing. This bug just happened during playback, wasn't interrupted or anything. Can this happen due to a high number of songs? What else can be causing this issue?
  2. Hi there, new to the forums. Recently, I've been having an issue with Poweramp. Running Android 6.0.1 (Custom ENIGMA ROM) on a Samsung Galaxy J7 J700M. What it does, is I enable "Shuffle All Available Songs" to play my entire library; about 1500+ songs. Let's say I pause at track 54/1500. If I leave Poweramp idle for a while, or use another app for some time, when I come back to hear music, the track I left it at (54/1500), is suddenly 1/1500. That's strange, given I never had that problem before. It can't be the ROM I'm using, since I recently changed it and the one I used before had the same issue... Here are a few notes. Most of the time, if I leave said song on minute 3:43/4:00 (for a 4 minute long track), upon returning to Poweramp, the queue is still the same. The only thing that does is that the last track I leave, it becomes the start of the entire library. On other cases, it is a total random song, which also restarts the library playlist... TL;DR: If I pause Poweramp on a certain track and exit when having "Shuffle All Available Songs" enabled, upon returning in a while, the entire library playlist is restarted from track 1; this being the last song I heard before exiting Poweramp. Hopefully someone can give me more insight of the issue. Thanks.