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About NashvilleKit

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  • Birthday 09/04/1943

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    Nashville TN
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    Travel, website building, music
    Have Samsung Droid Charge
    (Used by relative, new to me Dec2012)
  1. I have been running OK until I added a few hundred tracks the other day. Now I am up to 4384 tracks and the whole app has crashed repeatedly. To wit, I open the app, select All Songs. One time it says zero, the next time it says 380, for example. Then via Menu I select Rescan. While the dial is spinning it reads 1000 songs, then 2000 songs, then 3000 songs, then 4000 songs, then 0 songs! Sometimes it will read 4384 songs, then change to 0 songs. The other main menu selections read a few low number of tracks. If I select Rock, it may say something like 135 songs. Well, I have probably 1800-2000 tracks of that genre! If I select Artists, it may say 0 artists, so I ask for a Rescan and it will create a list of artists with intiial letters from A to G, then skip to T through Z. My phone is an Samsung Droid Charge SCH-I510 running an Android version in the 2's, probably Froyo or Gingerbread. My SD card has about 20GB of music files & folders on it. My carrier is Vertizon. My Poweramp is "2.0.9-build-534 Full Version." The App has now become absolutely unusable. I am upgrading to a brand new Galaxy Note 3 tomorrow. I probably will not continue with PA. I do like the sound quality, but I have had nothing but problems with it, especially the management of playlists.
  2. I am getting ready for my new Note 3 also. Do i have to buy the app again or is my current fully paid version good for transferring over. (I am now using a Samsung Droid Charge.)
  3. I would add to Andre's advice on album art that Wikipedia is becoming a phenomenal source for album art. If the album is relatively popular, just enter the album name in Wikipedia search bar and 95% of the time you'll get the art right in front of you.
  4. If you want to convert them to MP3's (to save space) then use a tag editor like mp3tag. (It's free and is very powerful.) And it's NOT my product, I'm just an enthusiastic user. :-)
  5. I have a major problem with Playlists also. I build my playlist in the simple M3U format, i.e. just a list of the filename/path on the SD card. For ex, one of the playlists that sits in the playlist folder under my music folder might have just: ..\Carly Rae Jepsen\Curiosity\Call Me Maybe.mp3 ..\Foster The People\Torches\Pumped Up Kicks.mp3 Ok, sometimes when I launch PA and touch Playlists, I can select that playlist and it works as it should. HOWEVER, I have created about 15 playlists and when I see the list of playlists, there are only 7 or 8 shown. And sure enough, when I look at my SD card later the m3u files not shown HAVE BEEN DELETED! What the ...??? I have verified that the pathnames are exactly correct because I've been experimenting with very short playlists (as above), so I know that's not it. Anyone?
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