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  1. Just an interesting FYI that I read about in the XDA forum. If you start listening to music with the LG V10 stock music player and then startup PA and play music, the ESS DAC is active and being used. However, if you get a notification while listening, the ESS DAC will be cutoff. This "trick" worked great while flying to Europe recently. However, not very practical for day-to-day use since I get regular notifications. BTW, while PA's codecs are excellent, there is still a noticeable improvement when using the ESS DAC. For what it's worth.
  2. Just to clarify.....the ESS DAC is INTERNAL to the device, not external. The stock player is able to access the DAC, so, I'm thinking Poweramp should be able to also.
  3. Just got a new LG V10 running android 5.1.1. The LG V10 has a high-fi setting that uses an ESS DAC and amp. Poweramp does not seem to be able to access the ESS DAC. Can you help? Oh, and I'm using the most current copy of Poweramp that is available on Google Play.
  4. Enqueing should work but you have to adjust how the list works within settings. There is a selection for telling Poweramp what to do when it reaches the end of your queued songs. I believe the default is continue playing using the entire song listing...your post seems to indicate that is what's happening. Try this: - Go to Settings - Select Folders and Library - Select Queue - If "Auto Advance from Queue" is checked, uncheck it - Check "Return to Queue" I think this will produce the result you are looking for. Good Luck!
  5. You must have bought one of Amazon's Kindle tablets....if you did, I feel sorry for you, you will not be able to access the Google Play store without rooting your tablet. You will have to search the internet for how to root your device and from what I'm reading, it may not be an easy chore. If you just bought it, I would suggest returning it and buying a Google Nexus 7, great tablet and not restricted in any way. My 2 cents.
  6. Thanks for the update! This is true, however, prior to updating my Verizon Nexus to Jelly Bean (JB), the Poweramp Scan function would locate my Google Music. Now it does not. On my older (now ancient?) Galaxy Tab 7, Poweramp still finds Google Music. However, as you pointed out, I do have to update the tags. So, something has changed with the release of JB that is interfering with Poweramp's Scan for Google Music. Tracks that I transfer or purchase from Amazon are fine. Go figure.
  7. LuvMusic

    Build 373

    After you updated, did you check your equalizer, tone and limiter functions? After I upgraded, I found all three functions active and the sound was very muddy. After resetting my preferred tone control settings, it sounded great.
  8. First, have you gone into Google Play Music and tapped "the pin" marked "Keep on Device"? If not, try this first and then rescan. Get to the "pin" by switching to album view and then long pressing on the album picture. Otherwise, I'm having the same problem. What version of the operating system are you using? I've only noticed this problem with Jelly Bean (JB). My other devices with older versions of Android work fine (after tapping "Keep on Device"). BTW, the solution I ended-up using was downloading the music from GooglePlay to my PC, connecting my phone to the computer via USB and then copying the missing music files. Worked great. Like you, I don't have much music from GooglePlay. Amazon MP3 Store is the way to go....I don't have any of these issues with Amazon. Purchase and I'm good to listen!
  9. I suspect your MusicXmatch player either moved your music or renamed your music folder. Try using the Rescan option within Poweramp's settings and see if that fixes your problem. I have to do this every time I pruchase music from Google Music because it places the music in a strange place.
  10. I'm currently using the registered version of Poweramp on my Galaxy Tab and Nexus with no negative impact on battery life. I did secure my unlock app from the Google Market Place, but, I wouldn't think that would make a difference. You may want to explore the options / settings within Poweramp, especially those relating to album art. If you have alot of music, especially music with missing album art, make sure you have the option to update over wifi only. Otherwide, PwerAmp will try and update missing album art for you. FYI, if this is the case and you uninstall and reinstall the app, the process will start over again and it will appear as if nothing has changed. I hope this helps.
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