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  1. There's nothing at all set to wake the phone, I always keep my 'desktop' to one screen and icon/widget free, buttons are volume only w/long press disabled - which is why 'continue playing on inserting earphones' is such a godsend. Funnily enough, it happened when I went shopping earlier. When I got home I spent thirty minutes actively trying to get it to unlock or get it to show that screen again but it wasn't doing it. I was doing some research earlier and apparently Google implemented some cover-art on the lock screen type thing regardless of the app playing so I wonder if it's down to that (especially as it's showing the Google Music app icon)... Either way, I've used Titanium Backup to freeze both Google and Mi music players just in case - so far, it hasn't shown itself since the second time I went out. I've got a horrible feeling it might be something to do with an MIUI theme that I have applied, but again, I have no way to tell as random problems only happen when you're NOT looking for them...
  2. I think I've sorted the issue, although due to the problem occurring randomly I haven't been able to verify it's correct. I believe it's down to having Google Assistant turned on, which (after some research I discovered that) sometimes glitches out when earphones are connected. This causes it to randomly start up without prompting, which in turn overlays on top of the lockscreen, bypassing it completely and leaving it susceptible to touch and sound events despite the earphones not having a microphone. Only discovered this behaviour while listening to music and reading and up it popped, without any prompting, asking me what I wanted, twice. I've turned it off now, but since I haven't been out on any wanderings I can't confirm it's this that's causing the problem, but I'm fairly convinced it is considering the similarities.
  3. Hey Max/Andre, The usual routine is to plug my earphones in (set to auto-start) and go about my business, but about 20-30 minutes into my wander, mid-play PA will suddenly jump ahead a couple of songs and start that track from the beginning, and it's getting quite common now. Bearing in mind I have all the relevant settings to 'not activate in my pocket' set, but this screen appears (second image) and I don't recall ever seeing it before. I'm fairly certain it's something to do with the phone taking it upon itself to do this on its own as the icon (first image) is not PowerAmps, but a cross between Google Music and MIUI's music player (neither of which I've ever used!) I've been using Poweramp for many years now on various phones without issue, which is why I'm thinking MIUI is to blame here. Can either of you shed some light on this as it's driving me mental now. If you need anything further, I'll gladly pass it over. Thanks in advance. PA Ver: Latest Phone: POCO F1 OS: MIUI 10.3.4.0 Virtually the same EU version as Max's.
  4. If it's 7.1 then it's obviously a custom ROM as the S4 stopped updates before 6.0 - which is why there'll be no fix for this - no support for custom ROMs*. Strange thing is, according to the fingerprint, the OS version is 5.0.1, so I wonder if they just dumped the main components for the 7.1 ROM on top of the 5.0.1 and it's causing the crash (similar to my 6.0.1)... Either way, I doubt there'll be a fix unless there's a sudden horde of people with the same issue. ___ *Which is fair enough, I have no complaints about this
  5. I had the same problem (exact same crash results too), and I'm sorry to say it but they're in no rush to fix this. Time to find a new music player
  6. Ah right, I suspected as much Andre, cheers for taking the time to reply nonetheless.
  7. Found more ways to make it crash: - Open track list > press [back] > crash - Open track list > tap [Library] > tap [Folders] > crash. For the record, the Alpha downloaded last night and it's doing the exact same thing and giving a similar report: java.lang.IllegalStateException: newPosition should be in the window at this point at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteCursor.onMove(SQLiteCursor.java:133) at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteCursor.onMoveWithBoundsCheck(SQLiteCursor.java:158) at android.database.AbstractCursor.moveToPosition(AbstractCursor.java:218) at android.database.AbstractCursor.moveToNext(AbstractCursor.java:312) at im.llll(":192) at io.handleMessage(":71) at android.os.Handler.dispatchMessage(Handler.java:102) at android.os.Looper.loop(Looper.java:148) at android.os.HandlerThread.run(HandlerThread.java:61) Cheers.
  8. Hey All, Recently Poweramp has started crashing when backing out of the player to go to the folder list (Pics show touch sequence) - I believe it only happens when list-type is set to both 'Folder' and 'Hierarchy'. It was fine on the previous ROM (Resurrection Remix 6.0.1) although, ironically, I had to replace the previous ROM due to a lot of random system/app crashes, and now that this ROM works perfectly in every other sense Poweramp doesn't seem to want to play with it without having to set things up in a way I find counter-intuitive. I've performed all the usual attempts at exorcism including but not limited to: removing all traces of the apps and re-downloading them again, removing and replacing the apps with the clones from the other ROM, mixing and matching data between the different versions, and so far nothing has stopped it from throwing an exception. I've submitted the Bug Report Form earlier today, and sent in at least two error reports on Saturday I believe; I'm just adding this post as requested by the Bug Report Form along with what Cracker caught via an exception: java.lang.IllegalStateException: newPosition should be in the window at this point at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteCursor.onMove(SQLiteCursor.java:133) at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteCursor.onMoveWithBoundsCheck(SQLiteCursor.java:158) at android.database.AbstractCursor.moveToPosition(AbstractCursor.java:218) at android.database.AbstractCursor.moveToNext(AbstractCursor.java:312) at com.maxmpz.audioplayer.data.0xFF.l1I.llll(":193) at com.maxmpz.audioplayer.data.0xFF.Il1.handleMessage(":71) at android.os.Handler.dispatchMessage(Handler.java:102) at android.os.Looper.loop(Looper.java:148) at android.os.HandlerThread.run(HandlerThread.java:61) System Info: PA : Poweramp 2.0.10-build-588-play (Full Version) Dev: Samsung Galaxy S4 (GT-I9505) And: MM 6.0.1 ROM: AOSP-JF-6.0.1 Hope that's of use to someone, thanks in advance; and if there's anything more that you need, feel free to ask away
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