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Crash on enabling Hi-Res Output

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Poweramp version: build-939-bundle-play [939004-333c8a71]

Device model: Google Pixel 4 XL (coral)

Android version: 13 (TPB4.220624.008)

Steps to reproduce: go to Audio Output settings, and enable Hi-Res Output while the earphones is still plugged in (I also record a video showing the bug in action here) The video







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@andrewilley well I just give the trial version a run recently, so I don't know about that. However I do have a Pixel 3 running on Android 12, so I installed PA on it too. I don't know if it was a difference between hardware or something, but the Pixel 3 doesn't seem to support Hi-Fi output, instead of that it had OpenSL ES Hi-Res, so yeah.


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Different devices support Hi-Res in different ways. That Pixel device seems to provide it as an OpenSL ES High-Res option. Does the same job though.

The crash you refer to seems to be Android 13 related though, which I'm sure Max will look into for fixing before that OS is publicly released.


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