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  1. Just thought I'd mention that this seems to be working well now. When I've been playing Madsonic it pauses/resumes correctly and vice versa when I've been playing Poweramp. Whichever one I was playing in the car when bluetooth disconnects is the one that resumes when it reconnects. Still not sure why it suddenly seemed to start working even before the 703 update, but whatever the case it seems to work reliably now.
  2. So now after all those posts it actually started working today. After a full week of Poweramp refusing to give up the bluetooth, suddenly today I get in and out of the car several times with Madsonic pausing/resuming as expected and no sign of Poweramp. So now I don't know what to think. I suspect it would start happening again if I played Poweramp for a bit and then switched back to Madsonic. I'll try it later and post results, but I think I'll just enjoy it working for a little bit first. If there are any other tests I could perform or logs I could provide please let me know.
  3. Sorry for the late response. I'm following the thread but not getting email notifications for some reason, so I didn't realize there was activity. I'll look at my settings later. Anyway, my Infiniti Q50 car stereo is the Bluetooth device I'm experiencing this on. However, it never used to be an issue. I used to have an LG G3 with Poweramp2 and never had this problem once I unchecked Resume on Bluetooth in Poweramp.. If Madsonic was the last thing playing when I turned the car off then Madsonic would resume when I started the car again. And vice versa if Poweramp was the last thing playing. Every once in a while they'd get mixed up, but in general it worked. I just upgraded to the Samsung S7 Edge a couple weeks ago and also upgraded to Poweramp3 at same time after reading about the volume issues on the S7 Edge with Poweramp2. So I guess it could be the phone and not Poweramp. But either way, Poweramp always resumes now, no matter what. Even in the following conditions: Poweramp's Resume on Bluetooth is unchecked Poweramp was not playing when Bluetooth disconnected Poweramp was not visible in the notification bar when Bluetooth disconnected or before it reconnected Madsonic was playing when Bluetooth disconnected Madsoinc was still visible with playback paused in the notification bar when Bluetooth was reconnected In that scenario, is it expected behavior that Poweramp would start playback when Bluetooth reconnects? Maybe I was just lucky before and it only coincidentally seemed to be working. But I assumed from the behavior I was seeing that the apps were keeping track of whether or not they were playing when Bluetooth last disconnected and only resuming if they were. Which would seem a reasonable approach, but I guess that's not how it really works. In general, how is it decided which app should resume playback on bluetooth connect? Does the OS decide this or is it up to each app to figure it out somehow?
  4. FYI - I reported this via the bug report form and in the bug forum.
  5. I reported this via the bug form, but repeating here as per instructions. Poweramp3 alpha 702 Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge Android 6.0.1 stock Build 702 does not seem to respect the Resume On Bluetooth setting anymore, it unconditionally resumes when Bluetooth connects. I've toggled the Resume On Bluetooth setting on and off, but no difference. With it unchecked Poweramp still always resumes as soon as Bluetooth connects. It wouldn't be so bad except that I also use Madsonic, which doesn't have any options to control resume. When I was using Poweramp2, with Resume On Bluetooth unchecked, each app seemed to only resume if it was the last thing playing when bluetooth disconnected. So it worked beautifully most of the time. Now Poweramp always grabs the playback even if Madsonic was the last thing playing when Bluetooth disconnected and Poweramp's Resume On Bluetooth is unchecked. I hope this can be fixed because I primarily use Bluetooth in the car and it's a pain to have to fumble around with the phone to get the right app playing while driving. BTW - this was first reported in the v3 testing forum: Resume on bluetooth
  6. Just wanted to say thank you for adding album artist browsing! For Poweramp being such a complete and feature rich player, the lack of album artist browsing always seemed a glaring omission to me. It's great to finally have it. Much appreciated!
  7. I also have this issue on my S7 Edge with build 702. I've toggled the Resume On Bluetooth setting on and off, but no difference. With it unchecked Poweramp still always resumes as soon as Bluetooth connects. So it's definitely a bug in the 702 build. It wouldn't be so bad except that I also use Madsonic, which doesn't have any options to control resume. When I was using Poweramp2, with Resume On Bluetooth unchecked, each app seemed to only resume if it was the last thing playing when bluetooth disconnected. So it worked beautifully most of the time. Now Poweramp always grabs the playback even if Madsonic was the last thing playing when Bluetooth disconnected and Poweramp's Resume On Bluetooth is unchecked. I hope this can be fixed because I primarily use Bluetooth in the car and it's a pain to have to fumble around with the phone to get the right app playing while driving.
  8. After deleting all playlists in the native Music app and Poweramp, then syncing and rescaning a couple times (and modifying some playlistis in MusicBee in between), everything seems good now. No duplicates and playlists are updating correctly. Both in the native Music app and in Poweramp. So I think it definitely had something to do with the Import System Playlists feature, which I must have done inadvertantly without realizing what it really meant. Now I only see file-based playlist in Poweramp, whereas before I had both system and file-based, with all the duplicates in the system section. So I guess the moral of the story is don't use the Import System Playlists feature if you are syncing all your playlist from your PC.
  9. I did but the dupes persisted. I think it might be related to android's native system playlists. I went into the native Music app and noticed all the playlists were diplicated there as well, although the dupes didn't have the "1" at the end. I'm not sure if I ever used the "import system playlists" option in Poweramp or not. Maybe doing that and also picking up the same playlist from a scan is the problem? When I get home I'll try deleting all playlists in the native app and Poweramp, then sync and rescan a couple times, making sure not to use the import option and see what happens.
  10. I'm having a problem with playlists duplicating each time I sync. I use MusicBee on my PC to sync music and m3u playlists to my SD card via a flash reader. Then I put the SD card back in the phone and the Poweramp auto rescan runs. The first time I did this everything worked perfectly. All the m3u playlists synced by MusicBee in the Playlists folder on the SD card were automaticaly imported by the rescan and worked as expected. So I thought I was good to go and went ahead and purchased Poweramp. Unfortunately, the next time I synced the SD card, after Poweramp rescaned, all the playlists were duplicated. A second copy of each playlist was added with a "1" at the end of the playlist name. To be clear, the actual m3u files in the Playlist folder are not duplicated, just the playlists in the Poweramp library. It's not clear to me if this is a Poweramp problem or a general Android issue, but it seems like when a previously imported m3u file is updated, the next rescan will add a new playlist to the library rather then updating the existing one. I've seen a lot of forum posts with similar issues but no solutions. Anyone know what's going on here?
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