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  1. Andre, holy cow! You have just solved my problem. Thanks to you and Theo for all your help. I've learned much.
  2. Says my device isn't compatible with rhis version.
  3. Theo, what's your app? I'll give it a try.
  4. I'm seeing the following errors in the java runtime related to powerpoint: 03-01 17:31:33.301 E/dalvikvm(10424): Could not find class 'android.media.AudioAttributes$Builder', referenced from method com.maxmpz.audioplayer.player.PlayerService.onDestroy 03-01 17:31:33.401 E/dalvikvm(10424): Could not find class 'android.media.MediaMetadata$Builder', referenced from method kf.ll1l Any ideas?
  5. I found an sqlite editor that lets me see all objects in the database including views, triggers, etc. From what I can see the audio_meta view contents look ok. This app lets me write table and view contents to a .csv file but when I tried it failed due to a permission error. Wonder if this is a clue to my problem.
  6. Wow, your android tables look completely different than mine. Where is that table stored? I'm looking at the external.db in /data/data/com.android.providers.media/databases. My database has sn android_metadata table that only contains a lang&country entry.
  7. The android database has a playlist map table in extetnal.db. it contains a playlist id and audio id for each track in the playlists. Please tell me which table in the android database holds the full track name. I too have investigated the contents of both android and powerpoint databases.
  8. I think you have it reveresed. Poweramp's databade holds the full filename and folder path for tracks in the playlist. Android's database identifies the track with an audio id. Thete is nothing unusual in the track names as I have them on another phone with no importer problems. Phone is charging right now afterwhich I will try your suggestions.
  9. This is not a custom rom but it is a recovery of the standard rom for this phone. Here's the full trace of the playlist import task: 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: the bind value at index 1 is null 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at android.database.sqlite.SQLiteProgram.bindString(SQLiteProgram.java:164) 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at pv.ll1l(":109) 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at pv.ll1l(":49) 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at pv.doInBackground(":26) 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at android.os.AsyncTask$2.call(AsyncTask.java:288) 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at java.util.concurrent.FutureTask.run(FutureTask.java:237) 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at android.os.AsyncTask$SerialExecutor$1.run(AsyncTask.java:231) 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor.runWorker(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:1112) 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at java.util.concurrent.ThreadPoolExecutor$Worker.run(ThreadPoolExecutor.java:587) 03-01 07:00:10.059 E/PlaylistsImportTask(29192): at java.lang.Thread.run(Thread.java:841)
  10. This looks as if an attempt was made to pass a null string as an argument to a method call. My guess is that the folder path string to the external.db in android.providers.media for playlists is missing somewhere in my Poweramp data. If anyone knows where this is suposed to be, please let me know. Otherwise I will delete poweamp and reinstall to see if that clears it up.
  11. Yes it's rooted. Downloaded the app and found lots of java exceptions in the playlist import task. Below is the 1st one which probanly triggered the others: 02-28 23:52:28.409 E/PlaylistsImportTask(22341): java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: the bind value at index 1 is null
  12. Is it possible that Poweramp is looking in the wrong file path for importing from the android media library?
  13. Follow up to my last posts...the problem is not root. I unrooted my phone and the import still does not work. Don't know if this is an android 4.4 problem or a limitation on this phone. The phone is an lg ultimate 2 (lgl41c) that I have been using Poweramp on for years. It only has 1gig of ram but I don't feel that should be a limitation.
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