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PowerAmp wont start since custom ROM

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A strange thing has occurred.

Since installing the custom ROM I am unable to get PowerAmp to start up. It appears to install but when I try to open the app it goes to a black screen then returns to the previous screen.

Any ideas why?

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This issue is also happening with Marvin Spectrum Emulator which is free from the Market.

Can anyone shed some light on this?

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Hmmm, i'll look into it.

Question: Have you applied the 'wallpaper fix'?

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Hmmm, i'll look into it.

Question: Have you applied the 'wallpaper fix'?

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Thanks for the response. I have not, as far as I know, applied the "Wallpaper Fix" I will hunt it out, and apply it and report back.

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I just installed the PowerAmp trial, and it loads up OK (1.04, MCR r3, Performance Pack and Wallpaper Fix).

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Marvin still won't load tho!

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Just run a debug log of Marvin and it does crash in a pretty epic way in the graphics libraries, i'll do further testing / debugging on Monday.

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Strange. Just installed 1.04, MCR r3, Performance Pack and Wallpaper Fix too. (Basically used the kitchen and ticked all the boxes) But Poweramp still doesn't load for me. I see the initializing/folders scan screen then I am returned to the home screen.

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Bizarre! :P

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Can you think of anything else I can try?

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I just reverted back to the stock v1.04 and I have the same issue with PowerAmp. Weird.

Oh well, perhaps you have a different Music Player that will play FLAC you might recommend to me.

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