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  1. So, playlists clearly don't work for anybody...okay, fine... somebody suggested that turning off auto-scan might fix it? So I go to folders>auto-find music folders then uncheck the box that says 'Also import missing System Library playlists' Then hit close. If I go back here, the box is still checked. No matter how much I uncheck the damn thing Poweramp keeps it checked, there is no button to actually save the fact that you re-checked, all you can do is hit close or have Poweramp auto-scan for you... Look, I'm a pretty patient person. I've been looking for the solution for this playlis
  2. I don't understand what you mean. Are you talking about changing the playlist file via a text editor? When I open it up in notepad it displays the following, which don't know what to do with <?wpl version="1.0"?> <smil> <head> <meta name="Generator" content="Microsoft Windows Media Player -- 12.0.9600.17031"/> <title>New Songs</title> </head> <body> <seq> <smartPlaylist title="New Songs"> <querySet> <sourceFilter id="{4202947A-A563-4B05
  3. Hi, I have noticed that this seems to be a pretty common issue on the forums but have yet to actually find a thread where the advice helped me. My problem, for those yet unfamiliar with this issue, is that my playlists aren't being properly imported into Poweramp when I sync my phone music with windows media player. The playlist shows up, but the player says that there are 0 songs in it. Here is a list of all the things I have tried to remedy this situation so far, along with descriptions of how I tried to implement them: 1. Saving the playlist in different places -In wmp (or rather, in my
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