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  1. @Lara You should DISABLE the developer BT Absolute Volume Control if you want to use DVC in the Equalizer app. Watch out for the wording, sometimes it's negative so you need to turn the slider on in order to disable the feature.

    You can go into the Poweramp main app and export the equalizer settings over to the PA-EQ app. You can also import/export your PA-EQ configuration from/to a .peq-settings file (which won't work in the main PA app though, it more of a backup feature, not meant for further syncing back-and-forth between the two apps). You can however save individual EQ Preset values to a JOSN file, and then re-import that file into either app.


  2. Your PA EQ installation still seems to be on SD Card, not on normal internal device storage where apps ideally should be. That '3638-3432' segment of the path is an Android SD Card identifier.

    On Android 9 you should still be able to access that folder structure using any decent file explorer app though, so try copying your milkdrop preset files into the SD Card folder Android/data/_com.maxmpz.equalizer/milk_presets/.

    But it would still be better to install apps in local storage rather than SD Cards.


  3. 5 minutes ago, Rage Gaming said:

    I've done what you said but Poweramp equalizer said that the 3rd party presets are located at _com.maxmpz.equalizer. 

    Yes, on Android 9, they probably will be. As I said earlier, the _com folder variant was used for Poweramp until Android 11 (or sometimes 10+). You only just mentioned that you have Android 9 though, which actually should mean you can access the SD Card folders via a file explorer though (the block only occurred from Android 11).

    Anyway, on Android 9 with a clean install on internal memory, PA should be using the data folder Android/data/_com.maxmpz.audioplayer/milk_presets/ . I assume the Equalizer uses the same _com methodology from what you have described (I have not tried it on Android 9; I have some older devices here with Android 4.3 and Android 7, but the EQ app won't not run on those for testing).


  4. 1 hour ago, HAR CHE KAS said:

    How to buy or download permanent power pump software

    Do you mean Poweramp Music Player, or the Poweramp Equalizer app?

    Poweramp has a separate unlocker app that you can buy & download from the Google Play Store (or you can buy a one-device licence from from the website here).

    The Equalizer has in-app purchase facility in the Settings page, which will take payment via the Play Store or website directly (if you downloaded the version from the website). 


  5. If you installed PA or the EQ app onto a memory card (which it looks like you have done) then the data folders that it creates and uses for files will also be on the memory card - named 3638-3432 in your example images. Google has decided for us that content in these SD Card folders should not be accessed by regular file explorers in Android 11+ (which I assume is what you are using, you haven't responded about that as yet) so you can't easily add your own content there. File explorers can more easily access the Android/data/ structure on internal memory though, so you would be better having your app - and thus its data folders - stored in normal internal memory rather than on the SD Card. The cleanest way to do that would be to uninstall and reinstall normally (backup your settings and playlists first if you do this with the main PA app).


  6. Yes, on Android 11 the status-bar notification image is generated the same way as the lockscreen image. I don't know if these are separable or not, but nothing further came of it last time it was mentioned - the only fix being to turn the blur option off.


  7. The _com folder version was for first installations on Android versions prior to Android 10 only. For all Android 11+ installations, the _com folder method is no longer accessible so the files are now stored in Android/data/com.maxmpz.audioplayer/ (and for the EQ app, Android/data/com.maxmpz.equalizer/ ).

    Those folders (and the app) should ideally be located on internal device memory, not on an SD Card. They may work from an SD Card for PA's own purposes, but on Android 11+ file explorer apps are not allowed to look inside SD Card Android/data/ hierarchy if you want to edit anything manually - another triumph of user-hostility from Google. 


  8. Personally I just copy what I want by dragging files from my PC's music folder to a folder on the phone, using USB cable connection or wi-fi. I think Musicbee can do this automatically, but not sure of how as I don't use it. Perhaps a search for Musicbee and Sync might help? Lots of threads in in the PA forums, or more generally the first result from Google was https://musicbee.fandom.com/wiki/Synchronize_Android_by_Wifi .


  9. On Android 11, file managers are not allowed to access the Android/data hierarchy on SD Cards, only on internal memory. Not sure how you even managed to get it there to be honest, the default is /Android/data/ on internal storage, it shouldn't be trying to access the SD Card.



  10. No, licences (like any other Google Play purchase) are linked to that specific Google account. If you deleted it completely (as in removed it from Google totally, not just from your phone) then you will have lost any purchases you made with it. If the account is still active, you could put in back onto your device for now to install, and then remove it after the licence has been validated. Of course if the licence ever needs re-validating, you would need the original account back again.


  11. No, the Queue is a completely separate entity from regular playback, they don't relate to each other at all.

    Anything you enqueue will be played independently of regular listening, and then normal playback will resume (just where it left off) once the queue is finished - even if the very next song in normal playback happens be one of the songs you recently listened to in the queue. 


  12. Did you try going into PA Settings > Audio > Output > Restore Defaults. Worth a try in case Google is helpfully recovering and old settings from the cloud for you, even on a 'new' install. Also try turning DVC off. If you do have it turned on, make sure Absolute Volume Control for BT is turned OFF in your Android Developer Options.


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