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  1. I've reset everything to default multiple times, fiddled with sound options on the app, and disabled built in manufacturer audio applications and nothing has changed. I don't think it could be on my end because I leave my settings alone. I believe that it could be some type of compatibility issue with the OS and Poweramp. I've been trying my best to investigate this issue since its occured but it's difficult to find anything. All I know is that Build 828 sounds perfectly fine, but anything after that build affects the sound. Also when listening to music on any build after 828, to get it at a normal volume I have to change the sample rate to 352.8kHz or higher. Even then the bass is still lowered in volume. Now what I recently just found is that when I am on Build 828, the sample rates work oppositely, with it sounding fine on 48kHz but when raised it gets lower in volume. So now I'm just assuming that the sample rates just got affected somehow with the subsequent builds/updates.
  2. Came back here to make a correction. When referring to my problem using another discussion, I meant to use this link: I just wanted to ask if there were any developments on the issue.
  3. Nothing worked for me Guess I'll just have to wait for any kind of update that can fix this or upgrade my phone in hopes of escaping the issue. But thanks for the help.
  4. Well, I own a Samsung Galaxy S8 while currently running Android Pie with build number: G950USQS7DSL2. I use Apple earphones while I'm listening to music so I'm on Wired Headset/AUX for output devices. When I updated my phone during October to Build number: G950USQU6DSH8, I noticed that the music had very low volume and the bass had a cap on it, as if a DVC was placed on it. That's when I started fiddling with the settings and noticed when any DVC setting was turned on or off little to nothing was changed, it sounded the same. That then prompted me to download previous versions in hopes of the problem going away and that's when I stuck with build 828 because any build after that would alter the sound.
  5. I have done so many times and nothing changes sadly, the sound is this low and when the volume is raised the sound just becomes off. This has been an issue some time back when I updated my phone back in October. That's when I looked through the forums for help and came across people with a similar issue on here: https://forum.powerampapp.com/topic/16243-please-fix-hi-res-for-samsung-pie-update/
  6. My bad but I forgot to mention that everything does work fine if I updated to the most recent build. But the reason why I stuck to build 828 was because of another issue, that being the change in sound quality on the Hi-Res Output for Wired Headset/AUX on any build after that one.
  7. When I launched the app I did so via the widget on my home sreen and that's when I noticed the issue. Since then I've just been downloading previous versions and they don't seem to work either. I've cleared the cache and data from the app and also from my device, have also attempted doing full rescans as well with no success.
  8. I just got done updating my Samsung Galaxy S8, and once I opened up Poweramp (build-828) it keeps ending up on this screen. I can still hear the music and skip through tracks but I'm locked into the play menu, anytime I try to search for a track or go back to my albums using the library button it doesn't do anything, I'm just stuck at this screen.
  9. I found a workaround to overcome this issue, that workaround being downloading Build 818 provided here: With this build I am able to get back that dynamic, loud sound that was lost when I updated my phone. Although the only issue I have now is just some audio crackling that can't apparently be fixed with changing the buffer size, but it's better than having the sound nuttered.
  10. I've tried this many times, and just restored them right now for good measure, still nothing 😕
  11. I have a Samsung Galaxy S8, and yes I've tried resetting the audio and setting it back up with no luck. I have also done the general things one can do when having issues such as clearing the cache, re installing the app, clearing the data for the app, and so on but I continue to have the same issue.
  12. I recently updated my Samsung Galaxy S8 software to a new version of Android Pie and once I launched the Poweramp app I noticed the sound was distorted and low. It sounded like it had a DVC slapped on it, so once I noticed this I checked the settings and they were the same, the DVC was off. But when I switched it off and on there was the slightest difference. I've been finding others with the same issue as far back as January from the forums and I just hope this can get fixed and update can get rolled out on the app as soon as possible since I'm assuming the app isn't compatible/ not functioning with this version of Android Pie.
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