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Major Tom

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  1. Ok, got it. Thanks for clarification. The notification on the lockscreen looks the same as the notification in the status bar in my case. In this case cover art was working. 🤷‍♂️
  2. Hi guys! Today I upgraded my Xiaomi Mi A3 to Android 11. Everything went smooth. Poweramp, Bluetooth are working again. 💪 After the upgrade the notfitication bar looks different: Is this normal behaviour? The cover art seems to be missing. Best, Tom
  3. Poweramp Version: v3-build-853-arm64-play Device: Xiaomi Mi A3 (M1906F9SH) Android: 9 (default, Android One, security patches up to October, kernel 4.14.98-perf+) First of all, I want to thank you for adding support of Hi-Res Output for the Xiaomi A3 with one of the new versions of Poweramp. I have to say that the sound over Hi-Res has quite a bit more dynamic range. But the loudness of the output through Hi-Res seems to be too high. Loud sound peaks are distorted. Switching between SL Output und Hi-Res reveals that Hi-Res output seems to be +6db too loud. I have to use set PreAm
  4. I have got a new Smartphone: Xiaomi Mi A3 Unfortunately OpenSL ES Hi-Res does not work on this device. Poweramp can play MP3s neither via Bluetooth nor via jack plugs. The playback just hangs. No Error message. OpenSL ES does work. Device: Xiaomi Mi A3 Modelname: M1906F9SH OS: Stock Android One, Android 9, Build PKQ1.190416.001.V10.3.5.0.PFQEUXM Poweramp Build: 840-841 I would be really happy if HiRes could also be implemented on this device.
  5. After upgrading to Poweramp v3 I have tried 3 different Bluetooth reveivers with all 3 audio engines: OpenSL ES, OpenSL ES Hi-Res and AudioTrack. All of the BT receivers report they can only process 16 bit and 44 kHz. Does it make sense to use OpenSL ES Hi-Res with a higher resolution if the target device can only handle 16 bit 44 kHz? I thought I would hear a slightly improved quality with Hi-Res but this could be a placebo effect. Should I stay with OpenSL ES (without Hi-Res) to ensure a continuous 16 bit 44 kHz signal processing? Or is there any added value if I choose higher resolutio
  6. I have been using Poweramp v2 for many years. At home, at work, in the car, everywhere I listen to music using this wonderful music player. I always had some problems with gapless on my Moto G5 and my music library on a SD card, but that was bearable. Now my phone has been updated to Android 8.1 and the integration of Poweramp v2 into the new GUI didn't work properly anymore. So I decided to install V3. And what should I say? I am excited! What's all the crying about in the forum or in the revenues? Is it only because you've got an update that looks different? You can argue about taste,
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