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Hi everyone, long term Poweramp user here. I'm currently owning a LG V30 (Stock Pie) which is supposed to have a great quality audio output thanks to it's DAC, but I have a low hissing noise occuring during playback through the headphone jack. I suspected for a long time a hardware issue : all apps are subject to it (using default Android drivers or not), as well as all the headphones I tested, all files quality are subject to it (tested from crappy 128kbps MP3 to vinyl ripped in 96kHz/24bit FLAC), no "force hi res" mod works and nobody is complaining about a similar issue on the V30 threads and forums. Activating my internal Quad DAC (or DTS/Dolby/system equalizer/...) seem to increase the noise, but I'm not sure it's anything other than placebo at this point. However, Poweramp HiRes output option literally nukes this noise. I assume there's nothing gain related, as I always compare at equivalent volume. A very (very) low noise can be heard but it's for very high volume level. When I activate DVC or chose any other output option, the noise is back. And the Quad DAC doesn't generate noise at all ! I can't use any external effects without having the noise back. My question is : How does Poweramp HiRes driver works ? From my point of view, this situation is a complete nonsense, but I probably lack a lot of knowledge and would be glad to understand more about it. Finally, is there way to mod my device so I can replicate the work of Poweramp HiRes driver ? I have root and I'm not fearing bootloops, and I really want to understand more about Android audio (and also enjoy good audio at low volume for every sources).
I've been developing a companion application for Poweramp using its developer API https://github.com/maxmpz/powerampapi Unfortunately I've been stuck with retrieving artwork through the API. I can successfully listen to the "PowerampAPI.ACTION_AA_CHANGED" broadcast and I can get the URI or the Bitmap from the given intent, this is working fine (I can display the artwork for the currently playing track), however I would like to get the album artwork for any track, not just the "currently playing" track. In my companion application I am listing the following: All Songs (files) Albums Artists Genres Playlists Queue Top rated (top_rated/files) Recently added (recently_added/files) I can successfully get the folder_id from the files and from there I can get the folders.thumb for the file location of the artwork, however this location doesn't seem to work for me. Is there an easier or simpler way of getting the album artwork?
Hello, I'm having some problems with Google, they won't help me transfer my paid apps and games to my gmail account that im using today, i've been using my old gmail account on Play Store and i wonder if you could transfer my transaction to my new gmail account? If not, could you make me a refund so i can buy your product again with my new gmail account? My old gmail: email@example.com My NEW gmail: firstname.lastname@example.org I would be so happy if you could help me out here friends! I hope you have a really good christmas and a happy new year! I don't know if i should post my Transactions ID here or if i should send it in a PM from you? Best Regards/Christmas wishes Christian Engman Sweden
Hello, this has been already many times asked in this Forum. I'm talking about 'Short Audio Focus' and Poweramp. Actually the only way that Poweramp handles 'Short Audio Focus' is pausing the song. This is actually nice if you have headphones connected and you don't want to listen to your song on the external loudspeaker when a message or whatever arrives. Ok, till there everything is fine. But it's not the same while connected via Bluetooth to your car head unit. So in combination with a Navigation app (Let's say TomTom for example) + Poweramp, every time the navigation says you should turn, the music just stops playing, and after finishing talking the music resumes. This is deadly annoying when you're driving inside of a city, then the music sounds like a scratched CD from the 90's.. stopping every 5 to 10 seconds. The proposed solution is always disable the 'Pause Song while Short Audio Focus', then the song keeps playing while the navigation app is talking.. but the song loudness is as loud as the voice talking, so you end up being unable to understand what the navigation system is saying, so it gets annoying again. FEATURE REQUEST: -> So again, I would like to request as an option to enable 'Song Volume Lowering on Short Audio Focus'. There are a lot of topics in this forum asking about this feature, and there are even some of them where the developers even answer. http://forum.powerampapp.com/index.php?/topic/5610-volume-ducking/ http://forum.powerampapp.com/index.php?/topic/5848-lower-volume-of-music-when-google-maps-prompts/ http://forum.powerampapp.com/index.php?/topic/2873-mute-or-lower-volume-during-google-navigation-speech/ http://forum.powerampapp.com/index.php?/topic/4591-lower-volume-on-notifications-short-audio-focus-change/ http://forum.powerampapp.com/index.php?/topic/4468-volume-duck-instead-of-pause-while-playing-with-google-navigationwaze/ http://forum.powerampapp.com/index.php?/topic/8287-audiofocus-option-for-lowering-volume-during-notificationsnavigation/ ... The developers said: For a workaround for this issue, it could be a Bluetooth only feature (So it would work on Samsung and in others) and the annoying problem would be gone and everyone happy. I hope I'ill get a response from the developers, I would like to know if they would consider implementing this possibility or if everyone should stop asking about this feature (which the android stock player has by default). Greetings.