I just installed Poweramp and was surprised that on holding up/down volume buttons the track wasn't skipped.
Went through settings but didn't found any options for that, like on print screen from that thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1543927.
I know I can write a script and I can have the script output the command to skip track. the issue I have is how do I take constant audio samples from the mic and dispose of them without causing a major drain on the system.
Back when I was on slimkat and using poweramp, there is an option to skip to the next track (song) without awaking the device, but merely by just a long press on the volume up button. Now when I go to any TouchWiz based rom, this function is not working even if it is set in the settings page. So I think it only works perfectly in AOSP based roms, any idea how to override/ fix this?
I was wondering if it would be possible to change the time it takes,after sleeping, for the phone to activate the lock screen while the phone is charging And not have it affect the regular time it takes for the screen to lock.
I was thinking this would be useful for playing music in the car: it would eliminate the need to swipe the pattern before switching songs, making for safer driving.
Didn't like it on the Nexus 5 with ElementalX kernel so some dev made an xposed module that only recognized music track skips only if a music app is open. As it is now, if you accidently make the skip gesture somehow, it'll open up your music app and start playing.