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oldjackbob

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  1. Problem still exists here, running Android 11 Release on a Pixel 3a.
  2. Tried that, no change (but thanks for the suggestion, I hadn't tried that before I saw your post). I wonder if it's somehow related to the fact I'm running Android 11 Beta? If so, perhaps I should re-file the issue in the Bug Reports forum..
  3. As stated in the title, when I turn off the screen the Volume Key Long Press option to change tracks no longer works (I'm using wired earbuds). It works when the screen is on but not when the screen is off. It was working one day and then just stopped working. I've re-done the adb shell command shown in the settings page but that didn't fix it. Any ideas? I really use that feature a lot. NOTE: I'm running Android 11 Beta.
  4. When the screen is off (and maybe even when the screen is on) I would like the music to pause when I turn the volume all the way down. Thanks!
  5. Hey y'all, here's what I posted in Krazie's thread a few minutes ago about the solution to your issue (at least it's working for me, lol): That function already exists, it can be enabled in Settings > Misc > Headset > Respond to Headset Buttons (check the box). Even though my headset doesn't have any buttons, that option does enable the Volume Rocker to skip the track forward or backward with a longpress of the Volume Up or Down rocker button when the screen is off. That works great for me on my EVO 3D running Vin's Sense 3.5 rom (not Cyanogen Mod) and Chad Goodman's latest kernel. I forgot to mention I'm running Poweramp version 2.0.5 build 477 (that might not matter, though).
  6. That function already exists, it can be enabled in Settings > Misc > Headset > Respond to Headset Buttons (check the box). Even though my headset doesn't have any buttons, that option does enable the Volume Rocker to skip the track forward or backward with a longpress of the Volume Up or Down rocker button when the screen is off. That works great for me on my EVO 3D running Vin's Sense 3.5 rom (not Cyanogen Mod) and Chad Goodman's latest kernel.
  7. Any possibility of having an option for the user to save a particular custom equalizer configuration? I know there are a large number of pre-set EQ profiles, but I'd really like the ability to save a configuration I've custom-tailored. Thanks! Mark
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