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Now, I could be wrong about this but prior to upgrading to Android 11, DVC actually worked for me with the individual volume control that Samsung's SoundAssistant had for multiple apps. (take this with a grain of salt though because I could be incorrect however) DVC is absolutely crucial for me due to how it impressively improves my Dynamic range, as stated in the settings and I just can't go without it now. The difference for me is drastic. But...I love to play games on my phone and listen to tunes, and I will turn down the volume seperately for Poweramp and keep the game I am playing at the system-wide volume very very often. Is there any way there could be a fix to this? As when I use SoundAssistant to change the Poweramp's app-specific volume it works for about 2 seconds then returns to the system-wide volume. Thank you for reading this, if any of you know any information as to why this is, or isn't possible, please let me know.
When I try to adjust audio volume, using the up or down volume control buttons, while listening to another app (Beyond Pod), the notification area flashes briefly with "Media...<name of bluetooth device>", then it shows the word "Poweramp" above a square icon with quarter-circles in its lower left corner and a horizontal line with a circle, indicating, apparently, the volume PA wants. The audio volume remains unchanged, even though the PA app has been closed; it is not playing music, but simply won't let me change the other app's volume. I've tried various settings: enabling/disabling DVC, Notifications->Keep Notification (an idea from another thread regarding volume issues). Is there some set of settings that will prevent PA from taking permanent control of my phone's media volume? Surely it's not necessary to uninstall PA every time I close it, or is this a known bug that will get fixed and an uninstall is a necessary temp workaround? Poweramp v3-build-820-play (Full Version) Samsung SM-G920V Galaxy S6 Android 7.0