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  1. Moto G6 Play [jeter/aljeter] Android Pie 9.0 Official PPP29.55-35-12 Poweramp v3-build-853-arm32-play Error when playing music through A2DP / AVRCP bluetooth audio on several devices. Forced closing of the bluetooth app of the cell phone and constant reconnections failed. This problem is only presented by the Poweramp app, I have tried other players and the bluetooth audio works correctly. In android 8 in the same way everything worked correctly, this bug was presented through an update to android 9. I have done a hard reset and clean installation to my cell phone and the app still doesn't work properly
  2. For some reason the album art gets stretched out on the Lockscreen. Is there any way to fix this? http://imgur.com/efzACQ
  3. Hi guys, Some of you have noticed that your (cover.jpg) album art is not displayed while browsing your .cue based album files. The problem is that normally the tags within your music file (.m4a/.mp3/.flac) would be blank because that information is set within the .cue file. The trick to getting Poweramp to show your art is to edit your music file "Artist" and "Album" tags to match the tags within your .cue file. Once you do this, the cover art should be recognized while browsing your albums. Folder structure Music file tags (.m4a file, not the .cue) Cue file Note- The album art will show up only in "Library" view, not in "Folder" view. Another tip: If you place multiple disc albums into the same folder as I have above, go into "List Options" in "Artist Album Songs" / "Album" view and select "By filename" to prevent the CDs from mixing CD1 TRK 1, CD2 TRK 1 etc. If anyone tries this, let me know if it works for you or not.
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