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  1. Thanks for both your answers! They were really helpful in further diagnosing the issue. As you can see here, something is changing the phone's volume. The app in foreground is the controller for me EarStudio ES100 Bluetooth receiver. The problem was there even after I uninstalled it. This time around I also noticed the issue with Spotify. Now I am faced with the challenge of navigating through logcat and figuring out which app is responsible for the volume change. Thanks a lot!
  2. Hello, I've been using Poweramp for quite a long time now (probably over a decade) and I've been very happy with it. In the recent year(s) I've notice on small inconvenience which I blamed on my old phone. But since it manifests on the new phone, I decided to address it. I am listening most of the time via Bluetooth through my VW headunit, EarStudio receiver or OnePlus Wireless Z headphones. Music is mostly AAC(-LC) or mp3. Settings are the default ones (just wiped Poweramp's data to make sure). I have no sound modifiers installed. The phones are either a OnePlus 5 (Android 10 based OxygenOS 10.0.1 - rooted) or Samsung S21 (Android 11 based OneUi 3.1, July 2021 patch - untouched). If I pause the music for 20-30 seconds and start playback again, for the first 10 seconds of playback several dropouts can be heard. This happens with both phones, on all 3 playback devices indifferent of the song played. The behavior is limited to Poweramp (I've tried Spotify, YoutubeMusic Youtube, Amazon Music, etc.) The dropouts/cutouts sound like someone would rapidly lower the volume for a second or less. They seem to be fading, not instant volume changes. If there is anything I can do to avoid this, I am open to suggestions. I'm happy to assist with debugging. Thanks! PS: I've sent a log from the app. The email starts with a link to this post.
  3. I've just reinstalled Poweramp and then reset the settings to default (from within Poweramp). Tried AVRCP 1.3 to 1.6 on default output (restarted the phone after each AVRCP version change). Somehow Play Music works, Poweramp doesn't. I don't know what else to try! PS: My phone is a OnePlus 5 with OxygenOS v5.1.7 (Oreo).
  4. maxmp, I totally understand your point and respect it. No questions asked about absolute support! But... Something has changed between version 2 and version 3 of Poweramp. Otherwise I cannot explain why there is no similar problem on v2 .This is the only thing I am trying to say and that's why I insisted on mentioning it. maxmp, I will try to find out more details on the Tasker forum (like what methot/intent it is used) and I'll return. Thanks! Scopesys, I'm not sure these two issues have anything to do with one another.
  5. Hello there! I've experienced this issue since the first time I've tried the v3 beta (quite some time ago). I've noticed it reported here and there by other users too. Now that the stable line has been updated to the v3 branch... Control from the default music control app found on the Pebble watch is no longer working. No pause toggle, no next/prev song. This seems to be an Poweramp specific issue since all other apps (Spotify, Play Music, Deezer, Tidal, etc) are working as expected. Moreover if one of those players have a permanent notification present, even if Poweramp is currently playing, the other player will intercept the command and act accordingly. A similar problem is noticeable with the playback commands sent from Tasker app. Neither in this case Poweramp is not reacting. The issue is Poweramp v3 specific and, since it is very annoying, I'm seriously considering jumping back to the last v2 release. Otherwise, thanks for the great Poweramp update! PS: I am free to provide any assistance in solving this issue.
  6. This issue seems to be still present in the official release. Is there any way to work around it?
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