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ernstblaauw
September 17th, 2017, 02:33 PM
Hi foobar mobile team,

I really like the player - it allows me to easily update my music library, in contrary to the builtin music player from iOS, which takes ages to sync. It has tons of features and it supports a lot of audio codecs. Thanks!

One property the builtin player does have, is that it resumes or starts audio playback after certain occasions. For example, the builtin player resumes playback after a phone call. In Foobar, I have to manually restart the music. This is quite inconvenient when I'm driving, as I don't want to use my phone during driving. Also, after a Siri request the audio does not restart automatically. And when I connect my phone using bluetooth or my cable (it docks as an iPad), I have to activate foobar.
So my question is: is it possible to make foobar resume or start the audio playback after the activities described above?

Thanks for taking this into consideration,
Ernst

Seymour
September 26th, 2017, 12:24 AM
This would be nice option to have!

ernstblaauw
October 4th, 2017, 08:02 AM
Hi foobar mobile team,

I really like the player - it allows me to easily update my music library, in contrary to the builtin music player from iOS, which takes ages to sync. It has tons of features and it supports a lot of audio codecs. Thanks!

One property the builtin player does have, is that it resumes or starts audio playback after certain occasions. For example, the builtin player resumes playback after a phone call. In Foobar, I have to manually restart the music. This is quite inconvenient when I'm driving, as I don't want to use my phone during driving. Also, after a Siri request the audio does not restart automatically. And when I connect my phone using bluetooth or my cable (it docks as an iPad), I have to activate foobar.
So my question is: is it possible to make foobar resume or start the audio playback after the activities described above?

Thanks for taking this into consideration,
Ernst
It seems this happens now after the update to iOS 11 (at least once the audio playback started after connecting to my car and also after using Siri). Do others have the same experience?