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  1. Would be nice if Poweramp could ignore system volume level setting and have its own setting. For example, when I change my system music playback volume (for YouTube/other players), volume of Poweramp also changes and syncs with system. I want to Poweramp to have its own volume setting so that changing system audio volume doesn't affect Poweramp.
  2. Currently there is a way to show Poweramp player UI over lockscreen. Would be nice if there was a separate lockscreen UI, not the Poweramp player UI. TBF, this is one of the changes I would want to see in Poweramp v4. For example, Musicolet lockscreen: And jetAudio lockscreen
  3. @Rulo I am not one of the support staff here. So please don't DM me for support related issues. You have already asked this here. So please do answer the questions asked by the administrator and they might be able to find a solution.
  4. Oh I would be waiting for that. I assume YouTube music bug with audio sessions would be fixed if we grant this special permission?
  5. I believe this is already implemented. Look for "Recently Played" in library.
  6. @andrewilley oh,which skin? I was using Aurora but the issue was there too.
  7. This is how it looks if I apply alternative scalable font.
  8. Hi max, thanks for the update. I am seeing design issues on a device with 1280x720p resolution. Bass label in the equalizer page is overlapping with tone and limit on off buttons. Works fine if I use alternative scalable font.
  9. Why doesn't Poweramp need android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO permission? How does it produce visualization? According to Audiofx docs for Visualizer > However, to protect privacy of certain audio data (e.g voice mail) the use of the visualizer requires the permission android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO.
  10. Could you post audio output detection log from both of your device? as there might be something in audio policy.conf that can shed some light on this. I think you can get it from Poweramp settings > Audio > Advanced > Audio output detection log
  11. Well I think the latency and output format depends a lot on the device itself (built-in processors, DSP). My guess here is Xiaomi device is not capable of processing hi-res audio normally or it is the software's default. As max said, Hi-res output bypasses a lot of things. That is how it can produce hi-res output.
  12. Yeah, I have experienced this too on a low end device. And the bit depth is reduced to 16bit when it happens. Rebooting your device should fix it. At least, it did for me.
  13. If I recall correctly, Android downsamples every Hi-res audio file to 48kHz and reduces the bit depth to 16bits when using default audio output such as OpenSL ES and possibly AudioTrack (don't ask me about AAudio, Idk how Android uses it). This can be overridden on Poweramp for USB-DAC by enabling Float 32 format. Did you enable it?
  14. Could you clarify things a bit? Why an app like this was removed from Play Store?
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