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Scrolling audio with a Bluetooth connection doesn't seem to work and the new version. Any suggestions?
Plut0nio posted a topic in Bug ReportsTHIS HAS BEEN FIXED, SEE MY LAST POST I was first excited to hear that Poweramp finally got updated to v3 after such a long wait. However, I discovered that I still needed to use Notification Helper to display the notification controls bar. But I also discovered that I had another set of widgets alongside the ones from the Widget Pack (or so I thought). I uninstalled Notification Helper and the Widget Pack and then uninstalled and reinstalled Poweramp. The reinstall brought back the regular notification controller, negating the need for Notification Helper. However, I don't have my Poweramp widgets anymore. Do I seriously still need the Widget Pack for v3 on Oreo 8.1 (LineageOS)? Will updating LineageOS solve this issue, potentially? It's been almost a month since I last updated it. Thanks.
Almost every time I resume playback after pausing, there is a single, tiny pop mixed into the music a split second after resuming. It's not very loud, but definitely present. This originally happened over a Bluetooth speaker, but I just tested for it over wired headphones and got the same result. Oddly and specifically enough, the glitch often sounds more like a pop when pausing/resuming using controls on the BT speaker/headphones, but sounds more like a tiny skip when using PA's own pause/resume button. I never noticed this glitch before recently turning off "Beep" in PA's Bluetooth settings, but after turning "Beep" back on, I can definitely still hear it (right AFTER the beep), so they don't seem related. While writing this, I just noticed that the glitch is also present while manually seeking through a track (I'm using Static Seekbar). Moto E4 Plus, Android 7.1.1, PA 801 & 802 last.poweramp-settings
I have noticed that since 703 update, the shuffle playlist feature only rotates about 100 songs out of the 2000+ I have. The algorithm either appears to be corrupted or has a very limited spectrum. I have tried: Rebooting the device Reshuffling the order Deleting/recreating playlist Other media players do not display this issue with the same playlists (played songs I had almost completely forgot about because of Poweramps's "shunning"). Was not able to resolve the issue. Anyone else experience this issue? Trying to determine if my issue is isolated to my device. My device: Verizon LG G4, Android 6.0