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  1. This not necessarily a feature request or a bug report, so I placed it here. Setup: Samsung Galaxy Note9 (fully up to date as of posting this, Android version 9) Sony MDR XB-80BS and other bluetooth headsets Poweramp 3-build-301 I can't deal with music being interrupted by phone calls anymore. It completely ruins workouts, bike trips, trying to sleep while passing out to music etc. So far the best I've been able to do is have the phone on 'Do Not Disturb' and the headset with 'calls' turned off, but that still results in Poweramp pausing for the duration of the call (which is silent, thankfully). I want Poweramp to continue playing even though my phone is ringing silently and pause only if I answer the call. How? Under 'Headset/Bluetooth' --> 'Audio Focus' I found 'Pause In Call', but I can't change the behaviour since the option says "Poweramp always pauses for call via Bluetooth". I need Poweramp to completely ignore the phone part of my phone otherwise I'm going to have to look into other music players or buy an MP3 player to use for activities that I don't wish to be disturbed whilst performing... which is ridiculous. I think this is an Android problem and not a Poweramp problem, I'm simply looking to Poweramp and its hyper-granular settings to provide a workaround. Do Not Disturb is clearly broken: When turned on, all notifications should stop happening irrespective of whether or not the Bluetooth headset is configured for calls, but that's not what's going on. Ideally, I'd like my phone to vibrate on all notifications (including calls) without disrupting music playback, unless I choose to answer a phone call. I'd also like to be able to make phone calls without having to go into Bluetooth settings to turn the Bluetooth phone calls back on for my headset. I don't understand why this is so hard.
  2. Can we organize programs to ignore audio focus? I want some of programs to shut Poweramp down and some of them not to. Is that possible? An example: i want mx player to shut it down but candy crush not. Can i choose these programs exclusively? Sorry if asked before i couldn't find it.
  3. I generally use Poweramp to play music (on "album shuffle") in my car as I drive, with Waze running. Poweramp plays through my car's bluetooth audio system, and I set Waze to use the phone's speaker for its audio prompts. When I set Poweramp to "respect audio focus", every time Waze has something to say, Poweramp stops playing entirely; stopping and restarting the audio both seem to be slightly slow. This mode of operation can be extremely annoying, particularly when Waze gives a bunch of audio prompts in rapid succession. ("In 400 meters, at the roundabout, take the second exit. In 200 meters, at the roundabout, take the second exit. At the roundabout, take the second exit." Get the picture?) As a result, I've set "respect audio focus" off, and I have to hear the Waze prompts (some of which are actually important) over the full-volume music. Another audio player I've used - which shall remain nameless, but has the initials "N7 Player" - implements "respect audio focus" by lowering the volume of the music playing over bluetooth, without actually stopping the music. This mode of operation is far less annoying, and I would love to see it implemented (either as the normal "respect audio focus" mode or as an option) in Poweramp. (I've got other problems with N7 Player, which prevent me from using it in my car.) If this kind of "kinder, gentler" respect-audio-focus mode could be made available in Poweramp, I'd be most grateful! -Don Radlauer
  4. Hi Poweramp is unquestionably the best music player app, but this has been bugging me: When there is a notification, right now the player can either pause the currently playing song (which inexplicably bothers me), or it can keep playing normally (and maybe missing the notification) A good idea would be to add an option to lower the song volume without pausing it, making it easier to hear the notification itself. Maybe add a slider to allow us to select how low the volume should get?
  5. I'm not sure if anyone else has noticed, but the way this app handles music interruptions is kind of bizarre. The option exists in the settings to either pause the music or not, but what about what every other music player does - the music is dodges while the notification plays, then the music resumes to regular volume. Is this something we can fix?
  6. Hi All, So after being plagued with the ridiculously annoying "pause my music everytime I get a notification" issue, I finally caved and bought the full version of Poweramp after a friend of mine told me it had a option to enable/disable this feature! I am running the paid version of Poweramp 2.0.9-build-564-play on a AT&T Samsung Galaxy S3 running Android 4.1.1. I have been rooted since then and have not touched the original ROM just removed all the bloatware and installed some root only apps. Anyways, I'm having a strange issue, I currently have both the short and permanent audio focus options unchecked. When using a Bluetooth headset, car connection, portable speaker etc notifications do NOT interrupt the music they simply play in the backround, perfect! Now...when I have headphones plugged in or the phone is plugged into an auxiliary input like my car's headunit the music pauses/ducks/whatever you want to call it when I get an email or notification. Cycling through the mute, vibrate only and ringer on options also pauses the music as soon as I hit the "ringer on" option and the phone makes a beep which I assume lets you know the ringer is on. Please help! Thanks
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