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I have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus (ICS) and the full version of Poweramp. Volume adjustment works just fine within the Poweramp app, but when the screen is off and I adjust the volume via the rocker switch, the volume makes a goofy fade to very low then back up to the adjusted level. I don't know if this is a Poweramp issue or some setting in ICS that I'm not aware of.

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Try with a non stock music Player (Google Music, Music player are both considered stock).... Also check your Poweramp settings. I haven't experienced this issue with any of the S 2's we have, that's why we cannot say this is a bug just yet.

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Thanks for the tip. Tried to reproduce the issue on WinAMP, was not able to. It looks like the issue was with Direct Volume Control. As soon as I disable this, the issue goes away. Fidelity takes a bit of a hit with DVC off but I suppose I can't have it all :)

Here is my device info if you want it:

Poweramp Version: 2.0.6-build-508 Full Version

Model: Galaxy Nexus

Android Version: 4.0.4

Kernel Version: 3.0.8-00007-gf16cc11

Build Number: IMM76D.L700FD02

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I have a similar issue since I got ICS. It is 'remembering' the old volume level but not using it until i change volume. For example, at work i set volume to 50%. Later I plug in my headphones it will play at 100%. If I press down once it will go to 50% then lower.

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I have a Samsung Galaxy Nexus (ICS) and the full version of Poweramp. Volume adjustment works just fine within the Poweramp app, but when the screen is off and I adjust the volume via the rocker switch, the volume makes a goofy fade to very low then back up to the adjusted level. I don't know if this is a Poweramp issue or some setting in ICS that I'm not aware of.

Just a stup*d comment.

When it gets down... Didn't you had a notification?

I mean, the volume goes down when you have a notification and then goes up?

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Just a stup*d comment.

When it gets down... Didn't you had a notification?

I mean, the volume goes down when you have a notification and then goes up?

I don't have any notifications set for when the volume decreases. The weirdest part is that this ONLY occurs when the screen is locked.

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