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  1. No, unfortunately, build 790 won't help (despite showing 192k 24bit label), as it's a device+ROM limitation. This will just eat your battery faster and produce slightly worse audio due to resampling back from hi-res.
  2. Hi-Res (via Open SL HD) works fine on any capable Samsung @ 8.0, S7E included. (I should probably rename Open SL HD to Open SL Hi-Res :))))
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    Alpha 709 - Hi-res output bug

    Right, so let's hope next ROM update fixes that. Also if you prefer DSP-processed sound, deep basses, or other equalization, non-hi-res output with DVC enabled is just OK
  4. @zf550user Axon mini doesn't support hi-res and custom ROMs generally don't support hi-res either. Distorted sound means DVC doesn't work, or ROM clips float by -1/1 not allowing extended dynamic range - I suggest disabling DVC per Hi-Res outputs (but most probably, your devices don't produce hi-res anyway on these ROMs).
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    Alpha 709 - Hi-res output bug

    Thanks for the report. Yes, it seems DVC is not compatible in Hi-Res mode on this device - you can switch DVC off in Wired Headset/AUX options for Hi-Res output. DVC works properly with non-hi-res outputs on this device though. There is no such issue on Redmi 5 plus (same SOC, but little ahead Android version - 7.1.2), thus I assume it may be resolved by future ROM updates. If not, I'll certainly have one more pass on Redmi 4 - may be something can be done about DVC+Hi-Res on it.
  6. Unfortunately, this device has no software support for Hi-Res (no qualcomm patches), despite capable hardware.
  7. Poweramp doesn't have any code to change sampling rate without full track stop-start cycle - your certainly didn't have that. I would suspect viper4android - I suggest temporarily disabling it. Both of those devices are in my test lab (though, Note8 is on Oreo and both are non-rooted OTA ROMs) and they never shown behaviors like that, of course.
  8. Snapdragon 6xx series SOCs, including 625, do support hi-res via wired headset/aux 3.5, and usb-c analog audio (usually, detected as wired headset as well), specifications your posted are correct. But not all Android devices on hi-res capable-SOCs support hi-res, as firmware should support that too. In case of generic snapdragon SOC, Poweramp tries to detect that via /etc/audio_policy.conf, /vendor/etc/audio_policy.conf, /vendor/etc/audio_output_policy.conf (depending on Android version) - as previously described in this thread.
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    Song Que Frustrations

    Hello, do you mean you want some unlimited history like queue at all times? As if queue is not auto-cleared (all files should be played once), then it can be only manually cleared, basically becoming a persistent history. Poweramp queue is somewhat secondary vs. direct category playing, which is a primary way of playing tracks there.
  10. There is no such situation, when app is ready, but I'm holding it for unknown reason:) No release now means app is not ready. Thanks for the patience!
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    Bit Perfect Mode

    Thanks for the request, but ATM all android phones have software volume, basically meaning any volume setting except maximum is changing those "bits". It's a baseline, there can be also other non-configurable processing happening in OEM android additions, drivers, SOCs. Also, output is delta sigma 16-24-32 bits to 1 bit resampled anyway. I guess you can see pattern here:) - no bit accuracy possible on this hardware/software. Nevertheless, you can switch off all Poweramp DSP processing + DVC and Android will get just the decoded samples as is.
  12. I don't think this ROM supports Hi-Res properly, or at least Poweramp (any build) supports this weird ROM (lenovo hi-fi variant on Xiaomi device? messed/mixed up build props, configs, and libraries?) Even some ROM displays some "hi-res" numbers (24+ bits, 96+khz), it should be verified by capturing audio, as SOC still can force this back to 48khz. Stock Xiaomis on Snapdragon 6xx series support Hi-Res in Poweramp just fine.
  13. So I tested recent 709 build (default settings) on Huaweis: P20, P9 lite, 8 Pro, Mate 10 - they played non stop without any issues for 2+ hours on wired headsets. Though, I didn't change any Poweamp or phone settings - there are quite advanced Power/Battery settings in Huaweis.
  14. Thanks for the report. None of the Poweramp versions have any code to do that (start playback on volume keys), thus it something with ROM + device + apps combination. What is exactly your device and Android/ROM version? CM/Lineage ROMs have builtin volume keys to media keys processing when screen is off, but this only works when something is already played and that only changes tracks - it doesn't pause/resume.
  15. Thanks for the reports, few questions: - is this Poweramp v2? Have you tried any v3 build? - does this reproduce on wired headset, speaker, or BT, or everything? Unfortunately, v2 updates are not planned, all the development progress is in v3 builds.