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flyingdutchman

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  1. First of all, the latest versions of Poweramp are much cleverer in resolving playlists. You must ensure however that they are exported from Poweramp (or other apps) in a .m3u or .m3u8 format. These are simple text files so you will not lose anything. Poweramp will try and interpret these. In addition, make sure the file structure / hierarchy of your music remains  the same ie retain folders ans subfolders. You should have no problems.

    Ps ensure Poweramp is able to scan the folder where you place the .m3u playlists. Once they reappear in Poweramp, copy them somewhere else as backups.


  2. My advice is to use a dedicated mp3 tagger. Easiest is to use your pc and look for an mp3 editor. Andre, the forum moderator has his favorite, search this forum for the name, but to answer your 1, once written to the mp3 tag, you will not lose them again. Your no 2 will be dealt with too with any mp3 editor. On android i use mp3tagger but there are many others


  3. @MotleyG and @ScarletNeko, my Yaps skin has no margins top, left, right so it covers the full width. In addition you can hide the rating and menu icon so you have a nice clean look.

    For those wanting a margin, there is an option to set small, medium or large margin and if that is not enough, you can also choose to set the corners to either very small, small, medium, large or full circle

    I have not found that the latest Poweramp updates have affected the position of albumart though


  4. @Mercury, the extra parameters are to ensure skin settings are preserved so this works too. Just create an empty stable-ids.txt and saved it somewhere. The <somewhere> path is then reflected in your gradle file. The double \\ is to ensure the \ is interpreted correctly. the first \ is the escape character to indicate to treat the following character as an ascii char

    additionalParameters "--stable-ids", "F:\\Android\\Android\\APK\\Poweramp\\stable-ids.txt", "--emit-ids", "F:\\Android\\Android\\APK\\Poweramp\\stable-ids.txt",
    "--package-id", "0x80", "-I", "F:\\Android\\Android\\APK\\Poweramp\\Poweramp-v3-build-842-uni.apk"
    

  5. 9 hours ago, rafas92 said:

    Unfortunately, but the visualization of this topic under the link does not work in Poweramp ... Any other suggestions maybe?

    How did you try it out?

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