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  1. Thanks very much for this! Will be testing today.
  2. That makes sense, thanks. Is PA unique in this?
  3. Yeah, but I'd still be interested in how it does it, when other music apps don't seem to be able to.
  4. I've long been using Poweramp because of the way it handles playlists. I have a large playlist of nearly 3000 tracks, and I generally have this on a continual shuffle, so that I get a variety of songs played all the time. What I love is that I can add to the Playlist and the new tracks will merge into the already playing playlist, and will still pop up at random. This is different to every other music player I've tried, as others either add new tracks to the end of the playlist, so you have to wait till the playlist reaches the end to hear them (unless you reshuffle, then risking repeats), or tracks won't be added to the current playlist until you start the playlist again. I'm curious as to how Poweramp achieves this. What's different about Poweramp playlists, to every other music app I've so far found?
  5. I've never seen Device Idle on my S9+. Can I ask how you managed to close everything else down?
  6. It would be a shame if this can't get sorted out, as the way playlists work with Poweramp is one of the main reasons that I use it. Has anyone had the same problems using Android 10?
  7. What's the difference between file-based and and non file-based playlists? All of my playlists are imported from the system playlists. Since switching from HD playback, my battery drain has reduced, but it is still more than when using other music apps.
  8. What is the app you're using to see those stats?
  9. What is the app you're using to get those stats?
  10. I'm wondering if there's any connection to disconnecting from a bluetooth audio device without actually stopping Poweramp? From memory, my CPU overload warning seems to happen around 1-2 hours after I come in from work, after PA has been playing via Bluetooth in the car. Usually I just get out of the car and the audio stops, but I don't make a specific point of closing PA. It would therefore remain idling in the background for this period of time, and then I get the warning.
  11. I forgot to mention, I've also been getting the CPU overload notification, notably when PA has been idle for a while.
  12. @maxmp Thanks for your reply. I'm using Hi-Res 48khz. SW resampler. Most other settings are default. I will try backing up my current settings, and then resetting everything else to default and see if that makes any difference, but if I can't use the high-res audio, then I'm losing one of the benefits of using Poweramp.
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