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Bluetooth DVC not working on MI 9T

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I've been using Poweramp for some time now in my Xiaomi Mi 9T running on stock MIUI 11 (Android Pie) and DVC for Bluetooth was working fine, but when I updated to MIUI 11Q suddenly Bluetooth DVC is not working anymore 

Is there something I can do to fix this problem or is it a bug related to the new MIUI update

Here is my audio outputs log 

 

P.s I have absolute volume disabled too

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01:24:24.459 v3-build-860-arm64-play
Device: Xiaomi Xiaomi Mi 9T davinci_eea davinci [arm64-v8a, armeabi-v7a, armeabi]

FAILED to read=/vendor/etc/audio_output_policy.conf
reading=/vendor/etc/audio_io_policy.conf
has direct_pcm_24, sampling_rates=44100|48000|88200|96000|176400|192000|352800|384000
AUDIO_OUTPUT_FLAG_DIRECT direct_pcm_24
has direct_pcm_24 formats=AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_24_BIT_PACKED|AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_8_24_BIT|AUDIO_FORMAT_PCM_32_BIT
FLAG_VARIANT_DIRECT_HD via direct_pcm_24
forcing FLAG_DLFCN FLAG_NEEDS_DEEP_BUFFER FLAG_NEEDS_EXTRA_SLEEPS
USB can handle Hi-Res - sdk=29
OK flags=0x874616600000000
FLAG_VARIANT_DIRECT_HD
FLAG_SUPPORTS_PCM_8_24
FLAG_SUPPORTS_PCM_24
FLAG_SUPPORTS_PCM_32
FLAG_SUPPORTS_UNITY_GAIN_STREAM
FLAG_SUPPORTS_USB
FLAG_NEEDS_EXTRA_SLEEPS
FLAG_SUPPORTS_LDAC
FLAG_DLFCN
FLAG_NEEDS_DEEP_BUFFER
FLAG_ALLOW_DVC_EFFECT
FLAG_BT_DVC_EFFECT
INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_384K
INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_352K
INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_192K
INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_176K
INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_96K
INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_88K
INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_48K
INTERNAL_OUTPUT_FLAG_SR_44K
 

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You could try unpairing the Bluetooth device, reset Settings > Audio > Output back to defaults, then repair the device. No guarantees this will work though as it could be a new Xiaomi/MIUI-introduced issue.

Andre

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5 hours ago, andrewilley said:

You could try unpairing the Bluetooth device, reset Settings > Audio > Output back to defaults, then repair the device. No guarantees this will work though as it could be a new Xiaomi/MIUI-introduced issue.

Andre

I've already tried that, it didn't solve the problem

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