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NEW: browser based adb tool https://powerampapp.com/webadb/ This one doesn't require installation or even can be used on the Android devices in mobile Chrome. The Poweramp Equaliser app is designed to operate with other Android audio apps which already specifically allow external modification of their sound output - and you can see and enable those apps in the 'Known Players' list in Settings - but there are some other audio playing apps which don't provide access for this sort of adjustment. There is a slightly tweaky method (which does not need root) to override this and provide support for most audio apps though. It's a one-off task, so once it's done you shouldn't need to do it again. You need to enable some extra permissions via PA-EQ Settings > Equalizer > Advancer Player Tracking. However before you can do that, you first need to run a simple command-line instruction in ADB (Android Debug Bridge) on a computer to create the necessary permissions on your phone via a USB cable connection. If you don't have ADB installed on your computer, see the instructions in https://www.xda-developers.com/install-adb-windows-macos-linux/ . There is also a website which can generate the same commands on a computer and send them to a connected phone via USB cable: https://webadb.com . You can even use another phone if you have a suitable OTG USB cable to connect between the two devices, using an app like https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.htetznaing.adbotg to issue the ADB commands. On some devices, you may need to also need to go into the Android Developer Options, and activate the "Disable Permission Monitoring" toggle switch. Once ADB is ready on your computer or other external device, open a command-line window and type the following command (shown in red) to link to your USB-connected phone: C:\WINDOWS\system32> adb devices * daemon not running; starting now at tcp:5037 * daemon started successfully List of devices attached R58M471DJAX unauthorized C:\WINDOWS\system32> As shown by the error above, your phone may ask for permission the first time you do that: After allowing on your phone, try again: C:\WINDOWS\system32> adb devices List of devices attached R58M471DJAX device C:\WINDOWS\system32> adb shell pm grant com.maxmpz.equalizer android.permission.DUMP C:\WINDOWS\system32> You are now done with the computer connection, everything else is in the phone app now. Now enable the actual feature on your phone via PA-EQ Settings > Equalizer > Advancer Player Tracking: Clicking on Notification Listener Permissions in the above screen will take you to the following Android screen so you can enable access for the PA-EQ app: After all that is done, play something in one of the previously-missing apps (e.g. YouTube Vanced) and you should then see it as selectable in the 'Known Players' list: Andre
Hello. New to Poweramp. My Xtrons head unit has physical buttons that I can map to certain functions. Like Navigation and Music. I am able to set the default Navigation app to Google, Waze or whatever. However I can't for the life of me figure out how to set Poweramp as my default Music player. Ive been through Applications and permissions settings over and over, and can't find anywhere to make this change. The default Music app is locked and can not be disabled. Has anyone solved this already? Thanks!
Why doesn't Poweramp need android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO permission? How does it produce visualization? According to Audiofx docs for Visualizer > However, to protect privacy of certain audio data (e.g voice mail) the use of the visualizer requires the permission android.permission.RECORD_AUDIO.