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There are many stock apps which you defenetely shoud'nt disable as it can problems to your stock frimware behaviour. I also once disabled lots of packages as i thought it will save battery and ram but it turns out there are extensions or side apps which are required by other apps to get/run their content. for example there is an sideapp called media storage ...
Downloaded songs as in songs you purchased? Yes, their should be MP3 files you saved somewhere and they should show up in PowerAmp or can be imported. If by downloaded songs you mean Google Play licensed content, streams or cached music, no, you cannot play them with a different player.
Gave up with debugging this. Fixed by rolling back pre-android 6.x
I basically want to use my phone with my headphones as wireless headphones Instead of one application, I have found more convenient to use two parallel apps, one for controlling the PC from Android phone and the other for sending all PC sound to the phone at the same time: keep the actual playing on the PC (use PC-OS instead of Android to process ...
Your device has a physical problem, either the headphone plug in the device is defective or there is something in it causing a short so the phone thinks headphones are still plugged in. Look into the headphone plug with a light and see if you can see anything obvious, but this typically requires a complete disassembly and cleaning or replacement of the ...
I have been using USB Audio Player PRO (yes, it costs money after a short trial, but the developers are very responsive on bug reports and feature requests) very successfully. It supports SAMBA well and works quickly with very little cache (actually can be troublesome with MORE cache). Other network options are UPnP/DLNA and internet radio stations, allowing ...
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