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Hi, I'm using Poweramp v3 build 882 arm64 [992004-437be3ab] 64 bit. Android 10, LG G7+ ThinQ 6gb Ram. 256gb Internal (194gb remaining) and a 1tb sdCard (841gb remaining) I just have a quick couple of questions. Is there a file limit on how many songs/folders can be added to Poweramp? I have recently spent months adding my CD collection to my PC and converting them to .mp3 and flac for some, as during a pandemic, we seem to have a lot of time to kill. So I decided to add the converted music to my phone too. So far there are 465 music folders and 8897 songs. My problem is that with adding so many, the app seems to use more ram, and a lot of the time songs cut out for a second or two. So the question is, can the playback cache (or other setting) be raised/changed or is there a way to have seamless playback with a large number of files without them cutting out? This happens both on a wired set of headphones and bluetooth. Anyway, thanks and I've used Poweramp for many, many years and I love it, so thanks for a wonderful app. M
I updated my SD card from 128GB to 256GB. Everything else seems to be OK, but Poweramp won't play the files on the card. All I've gotten is "can't play file - storage unmounted". I've done the following: Rescanned folders Full rescan of folders Uninstalled and reinstalled Poweramp Made sure Poweramp was granted storage permissions All other players can play the files. What's going on? I really like Poweramp, but this is getting frustrating...has anyone else resolved this issue? One more thing...Poweramp can at least see the folders. But when I select them and then go back to the folders selection dialog, select my music folder, and go back to the folders selection dialog, the check box is unchecked. It's like it sees the folders but doesn't want to access them. But the file permissions were granted. Smh... EDIT: I put the original card in and everything is OK. The cards are both Samsung EVO. Does Poweramp have a SD card size limitation in android?