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  1. Hello everybody. Im new here, so if this question has been asked please excuse me First of all, I love Poweramp music player, but something happen that really made me confused. I switched my sd card too a bigger storage space (For example, I had a 32gb sd card and now I have a 64sd card.) i transferred all the correct folders that were not empty on the new sd card. I would like to add that i also made a different folder for the songs that were not in a folder. However, when I turned my phone back on (because it was off when I switched my sd cards out), and launch Poweramp to play my songs it says "failed to play, storage unmounted". So I looked up some information on here and did a "Full Rescan" and it worked, but when I went to my playlist they were empty? The name of the playlist was still there, but it was empty. So I looked for the playlist manually in my phone and clicked on my playlist and it played in Poweramp and some songs came up but not all? Im just so confused because certain playlist had like 1500 songs, like damn lol! Side note: And also, can you save your top rated (thumbs up playlist)?
  2. Hi! I am quite new with playlists. Since I changed my sd card (I copied all files from the old to the new sd-card) the playlists of Poweramp show "0 songs". What can I do? Best wishes, Ronald
  3. I recently bought a SONY Xperia Z3 Compact with Android 5.0.2. And I find that /system/bin/sdcard sucking 50% CPU usage when Poweramp tries to read file from MicroSD card. My /Music folder is about 16GB with about 8000 files in MicroSD card (Samsung EVO 32GB).
  4. First of all Poweramp is my favorite player. It would be awesome to have the permissions to edit tags of files on extsdcards. It can get kind of a mess when searching through artist names and the tags are all writen differently. Also I am not sure where the downloaded album art are saved! Are they in the same folders of the bands on the extsdcards or does Poweramp save them in its own folder due to lack of permissions on the extsdcard? It would be nice if it was saved in the same folders as the music!
  5. Hi, I had bought a 64GB SD Card for use with my Samsung Galaxy S3 (i9300), and after facing a few issues with the exFAT filesystem, and not wanting to revert to the FAT32 filesystem, I chose to go with ext4. Being a fairly well versed computer user, I had no problem setting up my Windows system to get along with ext4. On the Android front, I set up init.d scripts to mount the sd card as ext4, as for some reason Android doesn't mount this by default. In addition to this I had to use a mod known as the "SD Watcher binary" (replaced /system/bin/sdcard [a binary file] with another one) to do away with FUSE mounting, which android uses on the internal and external SD Cards. the init.d script contains the following command: mount -t ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 /storage/extSdCard which I refined to: mount -o rw,UID=1000 -t ext4 /dev/block/mmcblk1p1 /storage/extSdCard after some research, where the UID "1000" is to assign "system" ownership to the mount point. My problem is that Poweramp does not detect the mount point /storage/extSdCard (or sdcard1 if I'm using an AOSP based ROM). It gives me a "some storages may not be mounted" (or equivalent) warning when I'm in the "Music Folders" dialogue. So far my work-around to the problem has been to add a mount point for mmcblk1p1 to /storage/sdcard0/extSdCard in the init.d script. The shortcoming of this not-so-elegant work-around is that some files are detected twice in the system (Gallery, video player and so on). I cannot do away with the mount point to /storage/extSdCard as the rest of the system operates with that. Could you please point me in the right direction with this? Thanks!
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