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  1. Hello. I have Poweramp installed on my Android phone and I created several playlists. I recently installed Poweramp on my Android auto head unit in my vehicle. I put all my music files in the root directory of a mini SD card, and Poweramp had no trouble finding them. I exported the playlists from my phone, into a folder which I have titled "Playlists" which also resides in the root directory of the same SD card. Here's my problem. Using my file explorer, I cannot, for the life of me, figure out where my playlist files need to go in order to be seen by the Poweramp app in my vehicle. Th
  2. I know this issue has been addressed before but I'm unable to find a fix. I'm trying to export my old playlist to my new phone. New phone has all the same music files as my old phone and the full version of Poweramp . Therefore I would assume the playlist file wouldn't have trouble importing because the file path would be the same. But when exporting my playlist through my old phone, which converts the file to a m3u8 file, to my new phone, the new phone imports playlist without any music showing up. It just shows as "Name.m3u8" with no music inside the playlist. What is the issue? I made sure
  3. Hello, i recently downloaded and bought the application. Coming from other audio players, i was wondering if you could please add the following features: - DSD - bit perfect output - 2 Passes (as in VLC) - 32 bits support for Hi-Res audio - pitch control - current playlist, playback stop and A-B repetition (as in jetAudio) - playlist import - lyrics editing and writing. Sincerely yours
  4. Hello everyone, I have this version of Poweramp app (unlocked version) on my Huawei P10Plus smartphone. I want to import my itunes playlists on Poweramp. As far as I know, I need to save them in a folder of my smartphone as .m3u files. Correct? In this case the imported playlist didn't recognize all the songs in the playlists (the number of songs on the device is the same of Itunes ones), how to fix it? Those are the playlists based on files..what are the system playlists instead? Thank you
  5. Hello, I've recently upgraded my Galaxy Note 3 to OnePlus 6. I had almost 400 5-stars rated songs both on my external SD card and internal phone memory. As you probably know, most new phones doesn't allow external SD card, so my question is - is there a way to save any information about rating (or just playlist of all my rated songs) and use it on new phone? I've got like 3k songs total, so finding a correct ones and rating them all over again will be pure pain to do manualy.
  6. Hello, using playlists is the most important feature for me and the reason why I choose power amp - because it is one of the few apps, where I can Import playlists from the computer. The playlists are always much easier beeing orginized on a computer. I import them to power amp with the function of the app ("Einstellungen - Ortner und Bibliothek - Importiere Systembibliothekswiedergabelisten"). I don't know the path in english; must be something like "Options - Folders - Import of Playlist". In the last weeks, power amp also Imports playlist files, which are delated in the folders po
  7. I have had Poweramp for years and I have performed this action before between devices successfully. When I try to import settings from another device, I place the file last.Poweramp-settings in the com.maxmpz.audioplayer folder and then I try to import through Poweramp settings and I get this message: "Failed to export settings: Failed to parse settings" It doesn't even make sense because I'm trying to import and message says export. Device: Motorola Moto G 4G LTE XT1045 unlocked retail Android: lollipop 5.1 stock rom. Not rooted Poweramp: 2.0.10-build-581-uni (Full Version) I have searched th
  8. If a titel in any m3u file includes a character which is no ASCII (example ä, ü etc), this particular song will not appear in Poweramp imported Playlists! As soon as i change such a character from ü to ue etc. the song will properly be imported. When i open a m3u file i can see the affected songs with "wrong" characters which are not imported, after changing the song in MM and exporting the m3u again, the song appears after a rescan correctly in the playlist. I don't want to change all affected songs, what can i do? Sorry for my english FA
  9. Hi, I have noticed that this seems to be a pretty common issue on the forums but have yet to actually find a thread where the advice helped me. My problem, for those yet unfamiliar with this issue, is that my playlists aren't being properly imported into Poweramp when I sync my phone music with windows media player. The playlist shows up, but the player says that there are 0 songs in it. Here is a list of all the things I have tried to remedy this situation so far, along with descriptions of how I tried to implement them: 1. Saving the playlist in different places -In wmp (or rather, in my
  10. Hey there, I'm sorry if this is in the wrong section (newcomer here). I've been having playlist syncing issues for quite some time now. I use iSyncr to sync all my music to an external sd card. If I create a new playlist on iTunes and sync that to my device, iSyncr gives the playlist a .m3u extension. After a rescan, Poweramp will detect the new .m3u playlist and add that in. Now, if I make a change/update to an existing playlist (add new songs, change song order etc.), and sync that, iSyncr renames the playlist's extension from .m3u to .plb. Poweramp's scanner doesn't detect this .
  11. Background Info: I have a Galaxy S3 and the most update to date version of Jelly Bean, as well as the most recent version of Poweramp.I have thousands of songs and dozens of playlists, all saved to my extra 64gb microSD card.Poweramp has successfully loaded many playlists from iTunes through iSyncrI have a 2.2 GHz Intel Core i7 Macbook pro with 8 GB of memory running 10.7.5My iTunes version is 11.0.4My Goal: I want to export a playlist I created (from scratch) in Poweramp. I then want to load that playlist file into iTunes (which has an identical song library as Poweramp thanks to iSyncr). And
  12. Dear Poweramp-Team, after hours spent with not finding a solution for proper playlist handling I decided to write this post. Problem: M3U-Playlists which are stored on the device automatically by MediaMonkey are empty when imported with Poweramp. Google Play Music recognizes those playlists without any problems, so how do these .m3u-Playlists have to look like in order for Poweramp to accempt them as well? I searched online and found this: http://forum.poweram...s-became-empty/ http://forum.poweram...d-since-update/ http://forum.poweram...dio-issues-ics/ http://forum.poweram...__fromsearch__1
  13. I have a small problem with Poweramp 2.0.5 build 488. I use TuneSync to sync playlists from my huge iTunes library. The files and playlists are copied to my Samsung Galaxy S2 running Gingerbread. I have previously had Poweramp 1.48 installed to avoid the problem I am describing in this post, but it seems silly not to ask about it if it can be fixed. The names of all my playlists get the prefix "Imported -" before the name itself. On the older version of Poweramp this wasn't the case and it seems extremely silly to have 200+ playlists with this prefix in the names of all them (for example: inst
  14. I'm sure this has been asked before, but how do I import my I-tunes playlists to Poweramp? I'm running Windows 7, Have a Motorola Triumph from Virgin Mobile running Android 2.2.2 (Motorola/ Virgin hasn't released an upgrade for it yet). Let me know, I like Poweramp so far and would rather use it than my Ipod.
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