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  1. THIS 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.
  2. Poweramp version: 2.0.10-build-588-play (Full Version) Device model: Sprint Samsung Galaxy S5 (SM-G900P) Android version: Oreo (8.1.0) ROM: LineageOS (version 15.1-20180723-NIGHTLY-kltedv) I noticed that after a while, some FLAC files on my phone start getting corrupted. I could tell because it would start always skipping at at the same exact point in a song. I confirmed that the files were corrupted when I copied them back on my computer and did the "flac -t *.flac" command using the flac.exe command-line tool. Maybe it's a bad microSD card (I'm using a genuine SanDisk Extreme PLUS 128 GB formatted as non-portable storage), but I doubt it since I believe I had this issue on my Extreme PLUS 32 GB card as well. I think my pictures and videos are fine and uncorrupted as well (I don't think I have the time to check them all, though). Anyone else here ever have a similar issue? Is it a Poweramp issue or is it a bad microSD card? Maybe it's an issue with Android or LineageOS? Thanks.
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