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  1. maxmp

    Sound snore

    Try to reset Audio Outputs (all) to defaults. Thanks!
  2. Next PA build will have support for Samsung Pie hi-res (but no dvc for wired headset) + dvc for non-hi-res modes (or hi-res via BT and USB DACs).
  3. That how it’s implemented on Huawei (hi-res + dvc). To avoid that you can either use a normal output + DVC, or disable DVC for hi-res (not recommended).
  4. This is controlled by settings / Library / Queue / On Queue End option (Stay in Queue) + global Repeat mode should be Off. Thanks!
  5. Please share one or two of such tracks via PM - I'll try to test them and investigate what's wrong (usually some broken tags, huge album art). Thanks!
  6. maxmp

    Direct Volume Control

    When DVC is enabled, Poweramp tries to apply volume by itself vs standard volume controls in Android (that's a simple multiplication of each sample by volume value). It doesn't "control system volume".
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    Volume adjustment issue

    Hello, does volume work OK for stock (or Google Play Music)? What is your connection to the head unit (BT or wire), your device and Poweramp output selected in Settings / Audio? Thanks!
  8. @superpangolin thanks for the files. These claim id3 v2.3.0 support in header, but use 3-char tags from v2.2.0, some tags use v.2.3.0, some v.2.2.0 headers. This is completely broken and I wonder how you get such results from iTunes (my iTunes can't even read tags from these files). I added limited support for such broken tags in next Poweramp build, though, Album Art won't be read properly anyway.
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    v2 vs v3 cue sheet playing.. ?

    Hello. This is indication of some Shuffle mode. Disable shuffling. Thanks!
  10. @cha0z_ On my (same-soc) S9+ it works OK for Pie update and I guess generally ROM/firmware/audio subsystem is the same, so it must be something with your settings. You haven't specified what output you use, though (BT or wired or else), and these are completely different outputs with completely different tweaks and issues (the wired output is own Samsung implementation which differs from any other OEM/stock Android, the bluetooth part is Google based with tweaks by Samsung). Try settings / Audio / OpenSL ES Hi-Res Output / Restore Defaults
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    Poweramp Build 816

    @AllCoreListener I can't "finalize" the feature which is not officially supported by Android. OEMs at any time are free to remove/replace/break and do whatever they want with Hi-Res output support for their devices with any next ROM update. The only part which is supported semi-officially now is LDAC over BT for Android 8.0 (still, OEMs are free to remove this codec support and many do that).
  12. @Plut0nio Do you have app installed on SD-card? If so - no widgets support from Android, sorry. (Actually, for recent Androids it's complicated and depends on how exactly sd-card formatted and used (adopted or used just as external storage)).
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    Poweramp for Android Auto

    Full library navigation is possible, but Android Auto: 1. limits all lists to 20 items when projected to dashboard, 2. has 6 taps limit, so it's not really comfortable to navigate it, but that's how Google sees at.
  14. It depends on device hi-res inplementation, many qualcomm based devices may behave weirdly with Hi-res + DVC + notification with the sound, so that’s why there is No duck option.
  15. Poweramp v3 automatically cuts micro silence blocks and smoothes gapless transition for gapless-tagged tracks. My tests shows better gapless support vs v2 even with old Cut Silience option enabled, so there is no point in this option for new v3 audio engine. You may want to enable Preload gapless tracks option in recent Poweramp builds - though this is not related to silience - that’s about rather slow sd cards and other storages which may cause clicks due to track not being ready for playing.