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Hello, I have porblem when im update my htc one to android kitkat i have problem wich Poweramp evry time when i'm open the Poweramp i see this error 'Too many failed files, playing will stop now ' can you help me fix this ?
I'm using an HTC One running Android 4.2.2 stock ROM with Poweramp 2.0.9 Build 550 play (Full Version) With my HTC One I have noticed that once I unplug any wired headset (included black/red stock buds, stock Samsung buds, and Sony buds made for android) the boomsound speakers no longer work correctly. They will play correctly for about 0.5 seconds, then go quiet. The bottom speaker doesn't work at all and the music plays very faintly from the ear speaker. All ringtones and audio notifications (including alarms!) also become silenced, no matter how high I reset the volume. The speaker functionality is restored upon restart. I have reformatted the phone and tested with the stock Music Player without PA installed and the issue does not duplicate. A second issue is that PA isn't responding to any clicks on single or 3 button wired headsets. Double clicking always launches Redial (and sometimes advances the song upon hanging up the call) and long press will launch Google Now. A third issue is that I notice a lot of audio dropouts. I keep the Beats technology, DVC, Crossfade, et al. all disabled. I only keep the equalizer enabled and strongly prefer it to the Beats technology. However, I will have to continue using the stock app until this is looked at per I refuse to restart my phone every time I plug in/unplug a wired headset (10 or more times a day).
I can understand the desire to have a music player resume playing a track I was listening to when it connects to BT. However, I do not understand why it would be desirable to have one's phone start a music player that was not open and start playing a random track from the phone's storage. This is what happens every time I get in my vehicle ('11 Toyota Tundra) with my HTC One. As soon as my phone connects to the truck's bluetooth, Poweramp starts up and starts playing an audio file of a recording I made of a training class. It was the same file every time, so 'random' in that I hadn't listened to or played that file in over a year. I deleted that file, and now it plays another training recording I had made. It seems Android OS is issuing a 'Play' command as soon as it detects a BT connection has been made and opens the default player and starts playing "something". To say this is maddening is an understatement. I get in and out of my truck maybe 10-15 times an evening due to my business, and every time, I hear this trainer's voice come on and have to kill the player. I've tried apps like Media Button Router and BT Connect & Stop, but while they sort of work some of the time and make this more tolerable, sometimes when they kill the player, I then can't play anything to my truck from any other app until I reboot my phone or re-start the vehicle to reset the BT connection. And then it happens again... My phone was doing this with the default 'Music' app, and when I saw that Poweramp had a setting to disable 'Resume on Bluetooth', I was hopeful. I was even more hopeful when Poweramp was the player that my phone started the next time I got in my truck. Unfortunately, however, disabling 'Resume on Bluetooth' doesn't seem to change anything. Now I just hear the same fellow's voice playing from Poweramp each time I get in my truck. I'm coming off of an HTC Rezound which did not do this (same vehicle). HELP!!! If you can solve this you are my hero and I'd pay much more than $5 for your registered version!!! I'm considering getting rid of my HTC One I just got if I can't figure this out, I can't tolerate how annoying this is! Thanks in advance! I posted this under 'Bugs' because it seems that setting was intended to prevent this from happening, but it doesn't. If it's something different, please move this post to Feature Request. Thanks! I'm happy to work with you directly and be your guinea pig if you want to test a fix. Phone: HTC One Android Version: 4.3 HTC Sense version: 5.0 Poweramp: 2.0.9-build-544-play