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  1. Andre..absolutely I will do that. Something that just occurred to me that might be causing this, something that both of the tracks I uploaded have in common. In fact, I'm pretty sure it's causing this problem. After I convert albums to MP3, I run them through a program called Acoustica 7. I use the feature of Acoustica (ver. 7.2.8) that removes (mostly) scratches. I then save the file before exiting Acoustica. I just took a good look at a lot of the music I've converted to MP3, both from CD's and from albums. All of the music I've converted from CD with long track names are fine. I then took a
  2. My previous post has a screenshot of the tracks, but they are cutoff in the same place when the track is playing.
  3. Andre, I've attached two of my MP3 files, as well as a pic of the Poweramp screen for one of the tracks. For the 'Home For the Holidays' one, for Artist the tag information is 'Perry Como & Hugo & Luigi's Children's Chorus', and the track title is 'Home For the Holidays'. But on the Poweramp display, the artist gets cutoff to 'Perry Como & Hugo & Luigi's Ch', and the track title to 'Home For the Holi'. BTW, I was mistaken when I mentioned in an earlier post that the tracks displayed correctly on my Samsung A20; they don't, same thing. Any ideas? It's after 11:00 PM here, so I'
  4. Hmmmm...I use Google Drive, but not sure how I would get it to you. No non-standard characters in the titles. Just a dash (-). Each file from this particular album is one side of an album, and each one is about 25Mb in size. A couple are maybe 23 or 24 Mb's. Maybe I can email one to you?
  5. Sorry, I just noticed that it's Andre, not Andrew!
  6. OK, I just remembered that I have another music player on my devices (PlayerPro), so I opened that same album using PlayerPro on one of the older devices that longer Album/song titles weren't displaying fully, and it displays correctly. So it can't be the Android version. It's gotta be a setting in Poweramp.
  7. Also, the album I mentioned that I copied to my Samsung A20 was exactly the same album I copied to my other devices, so I'm thinking it probably doesn't have anything to do with the tags. The Android version maybe?
  8. Andrew...thanks for the reply. I use the latest version of Audacity when I convert my music to MP3. And MP3Tag when I need to go back and edit the tag data. According to MP3Tag, it's ID3v2.3. But the interesting thing is that on one of my devices, a Samsung A20, the long titles display correctly, but on my older devices, they don't, even though the Poweramp version is the same (v3-build 884).
  9. Does anyone know if there is a setting to prevent long Album/Song titles from being cutoff? I've looked in the settings but can't find anywhere to do that. As an example, I just converted an old Christmas album to MP3 and added it to my collection in Poweramp. The album title is 'The Choraliers - The Longines Symphonette Society'. But on the Poweramp display, it displays as 'The Choraliers - The Longines Symphonette Socie'. And I have the 'Animate Long Labels' turned on, so it scrolls the name, but is still cutoff. Any ideas? Daniel
  10. The thing is that I'm only getting this problem in Poweramp. As I mentioned in my post, other music players are having no problem reading the music on my SD card, only Poweramp after this last update. And the other reason I know it's not my SD card is that one of my music folders was not on the SD card, but on the smartphone's storage, and I received the same error message when trying to read music from it. My other music app is 'Player Pro', so right now, I'm using it because I'm not having this issue with Player Pro. I really like Poweramp, but right now, with the problems caused by recent u
  11. After the latest update (Build 828), after a while, when trying to play my music in folders, I get an error: 'Failed to play - storage unmounted'. At first I thought my SD card had gone bad, until I went to play my music using another app I have, and my music played just fine. I've done a re-scan, shut my device off (Motorola Moto G5+), even removed and re-installed the SD card, all to no avail. Then I realized I was having the same problem on another device, but only in Poweramp with the same update. Does anyone know what's going on with this?
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