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Hi, Please add a function that would allow you to take control of volume anywhere. It would be awesome if you could put volume knob on the playing music screen. It is very hard to navigate for the knob tab. I want to control volume without going into the specific screen. Many users will be happy having this function, which you could turn on or off. Thanks!
Baxtab13 posted a topic in Bug Reports (Poweramp v2)Hey guys. I'm currently using the trial version of Poweramp, and am heavily considering buying it. However the one thing that's preventing me from doing so is this annoying pop that I occasionally hear in my music. This pop happens consistently at the exact same points in these same specific songs. One of the songs is Never Surrender by Combichrist. These pops don't happen in any other player I play them in. I can't find a pattern between the songs neither. Never Surrender is a song with a lot of heavy synths, so I thought that might have done something, but I remember (though no specifics) songs that had nothing like that but still had it. These songs are in the minority, but they basically get ruined from this since it always happens. I'm running Android Marshmallow 6.01 on a Samsung Galaxy S6. I'm listening through a pair of wired earphones. There's not issues with background processes, there's plenty of system resources to use this player. Nothing in the song gets skipped, the stream is uninterrupted, but this audible pop is laid over it and it's quite annoying.
Gapless Lossy Glitch A light audio glitch/pop that occurs during a track segue ONLY while using lossy formats. The glitch occured everytime while using these formats: LAME MP3 Constant and Variable Bitrate Apple AAC/M4A Constant and Variable Bitrate Note: The files playback perfectly on iPod/iTunes/Foobar2000 This glitch did NOT occur for these formats: WAV/CUE WAV FLAC Apple Lossless Information: Phone: LG VOLT Android: 4.4.2 Poweramp 2.0.10 Build 575 CD Source: Nine Inch Nails - Pretty Hate Machine Retail CD from 1989. Ripped using EAC (100% Accurate Rip)