peti Posted December 29, 2019 Share Posted December 29, 2019 I'm running the latest (full) version of Poweramp on Android. I have three directories on my SD card: "music", "children", and "books". Now, inside of these directories are a bunch of additional directories that contain albums. Every album has a m3u file inside that describes the directories contents. Poweramp discovers all those playlists and handled the one from "music" correctly, but each of the m3u files on the other two hierarchies creates *two* playlists. One of them is called "foo" for "foo.m3u" and it's broken a.k.a. empty. The second generated playlist is called "foo.m3u" and it works fine. I have forced a full re-scan, reset Poweramps local data, and so forth, but I cannot get rid of those bogus duplicate playlists. These are clearly now artifacts of some previous scan of the SD card, these are generated reproducibly by Poweramp, which points towards a bug in the app. As an example, look at the attached picture. The album "Grimms Marchen" is in the children's folder, and therefore it has a duplicated entry in the playlists menu. "Howard Jones", on the other hand, is a music album and it shows up only once and works fine. Can anyone make sense of this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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