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  1. No, but what I did do was restrict the scanner to the one Music folder on my SD card (previously the card was allowed at root) and I've since rebooted the phone twice and the issue seems to have resolved. PA now opens with all music intact and the playlist position is saved. Just keeping fingers crossed now. 🤞
  2. Had the same update this morning on my S10+, and the PA issue still remains for me. I didn't actually start PA until this evening, so it's had all day to locate the SD card, but I received the "nothing seems to be here" error, followed by a rescan, upon which everything was OK, but once again I'd lost my place in my shuffle playlist, which is quite annoying.
  3. Thanks for the reply. I haven't moved any music files. They have always, and still are, on the SD card. Before the Android 10 update, I could, say, edit a playlist in Player Pro, then use the Import System Library Playlists feature in Poweramp to import the Playlist. That resolved the sorting issues, as PP sorts playlists in album track order. Now I can't do that as Player Pro (and seemingly any app that uses the Android system for playlists) can't seem to create new playlists. The only app that seems to be able to create new playlists is the Samsung Music app, but that's limit
  4. The Android 10 update seems to have created some playlist issues, not just with Poweramp, which is actually one of the few music apps that still works acceptably, but with other players that use the Android system playlists. It seems that these apps cannot read or import playlists from the Phone storage (Samsung Galaxy S9+), but playlist will work, to a fashion, if moved to the SD card. The problem then is that Poweramp doesn't seem to be able to 'see' or import system library playlists. It does import some playlists, but these come up as empty in Poweramp. This causes issues when tryi
  5. Thanks very much for this! Will be testing today.
  6. That makes sense, thanks. Is PA unique in this?
  7. Yeah, but I'd still be interested in how it does it, when other music apps don't seem to be able to.
  8. 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 repe
  9. I've never seen Device Idle on my S9+. Can I ask how you managed to close everything else down?
  10. 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?
  11. 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.
  12. What is the app you're using to see those stats?
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