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Hello! New here, apologies if I've put this topic in the wrong place. I recently bought a new SD card for my phone (went from 32gb to 256), and essentially copied/pasted the entire file structure from the old card to the new in the hopes that it would cause as few issues as possible for the various apps/files I had on there. Unfortunately Poweramp still sees this new SD card as a different path to the files, which is causing me two issues: 1. I used the rescan feature, so now I have two links for each file (1 dead and 1 active) - I could fix this by using the "full rescan" feature, but... 2. All of my playlists are using the old dead links. If I do a full rescan, it think it deletes any dead links, which means all my playlists would be blank? Is there any way for me to update the link path to the new file location en masse so I don't have to rebuild my playlists from scratch?
I updated my SD card from 128GB to 256GB. Everything else seems to be OK, but Poweramp won't play the files on the card. All I've gotten is "can't play file - storage unmounted". I've done the following: Rescanned folders Full rescan of folders Uninstalled and reinstalled Poweramp Made sure Poweramp was granted storage permissions All other players can play the files. What's going on? I really like Poweramp, but this is getting frustrating...has anyone else resolved this issue? One more thing...Poweramp can at least see the folders. But when I select them and then go back to the folders selection dialog, select my music folder, and go back to the folders selection dialog, the check box is unchecked. It's like it sees the folders but doesn't want to access them. But the file permissions were granted. Smh... EDIT: I put the original card in and everything is OK. The cards are both Samsung EVO. Does Poweramp have a SD card size limitation in android?
Would it be possible to add support for multiple SD cards in library? I swap 500 GB and 400 GB SD cards quite often in my FiiO and assigning a separate library database to each of them would save me very long full rescans each time.