Oh, good to know.
I've been using this app since the very beginning and it is mostly wonderful ... but recently it's failing to display artwork (embedded + folder jpg) and takes forever to add a whole genre to the playlist, maybe 4 or 500 tracks.
My library is on my phone, streaming to an AVR. The odd thing is that if I play from the library on my laptop (Bubbleguum Foobar server) to the same avr (controlled by bubbleupnp on my phone), those problems disappear; all artwork is shown correctly and playlists of 3500 tracks are created in no time - but that means keeping my laptop live to access files I already have on my phone.
Does this sound normal? Would a reinstall help?
Sometimes when streaming a song using the app from a Foobar server through the Bubbleupnp server it will abruptly skip playback to the next song. Usually it happens somewhere towards the end of the song. If I play the song again it will play fine.
Wondering what could be causing this?
Any idea why my Philips tv (55OLED804) keeps re-appearing in BubbleUPnP Android's renderer list, even though it should remain hidden?
After a while both the tv's UPnP renderer and built-in Chromecast always make a comeback. After re-hiding them, they disappear for some time. This is specially annoying, because BubbleUPnP auto-selects the tv instead of my HTPC's foobar2000 renderer.
I guess I could circumvent it by setting BubbleUPnP to auto-select the last active renderer (i.e., foobar2000), but I also sometimes use the UAPP renderer, so it's not the best solution.
I've found a little issue when enlarging album artwork served by MinimServer. If the first disc of a multidisc album contains a %discsubtitle% tag and that disc has custom artwork, then when clicking on the album artwork in the header section when viewing the album's track listing it actually displays an enlarged version of the artwork related to the first disc. See the attached image to give some context.