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Hello, Yesterday I purchased a ZTE Zfive GLTE smart phone. I tried downloading music but the native app said that it would not play that format. I then went and download the app Poweramp. The music downloaded but it plays too fast. It does not matter if it is in mp3, m4a, or wma format. Any idea of what is causing this. It could just be the phone. It is really low end. Liz
On my Nexus 7 running Android (4.4.2 build KOT49H) Poweramp (2.0.9-build-554-play) plays 44KHz WMAs, but not 48KHz (such as radio / TV recordings). My Samsung Galaxy S4 mini plays both. Do I need an additional codec or something?
How should I organize my music using Poweramp for Android? I have a music collection in FLAC that I'd like to put on my phone (Samsung Galaxy S3). I would like convert the format to either .wma or .mp3. But how should I organize the folders and files? And should I include a CUE or m3u files? I tried putting the flac to my external SD card. And I have the music organized in folders like this... The Beatles / The Beatles - Rubber Soul - (1965) / 01 - Song Name.mp3(or .flac) Inside the "The Beatles - Rubber Soul - (1965)" folder (which contains the songs) what tags need to be in there? Curren
Before buying a Sony tablet S, I was told it played WMA files. I "synched" several playlists from Windows Media Player to my tablet, which runs Android "Honeycomb" 3.1. I've since learned from Sony that they natively only support WMA files up to 320 bits per second. I downloaded Poweramp to my tablet hoping it would play my WMA files (with bitrates generally between 600 and 800 bps). It seems that Poweramp also fails to play these files even tough it's advertised that WMA files are supported. Should Poweramp be able to play these files, and if so does anyone have an idea of what I'm doing wron