Disabling audio ducking does not work (in a different car)

Issue description

Disabling audio ducking worked fine with Android Auto when introduced in the 1.9.0 beta. I had to switch cars in between, and in the new car (rental, so not really “new”) it did not work anymore. I even changed the setting back and forth and force-closed the app to make sure the setting applies.

Logs

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20220909_004745

Your phone or car says that there’s a mandatory audio pause required like a call so I must obey those.

Not much I can do here.

The audio does not pause though, it just loses some volume while Google Maps gives directions.

But still I can imagine that the car behaves differently to the last one.

Ok so yes I only focused on the things the app does but there’s also other cases

2022-09-08 11:36:11.246 Verbose/AudioFocusHelper: onAudioFocusChange to -3
2022-09-08 11:36:11.249 Verbose/MusicPlayer: New audio focus: 1
2022-09-08 11:36:18.236 Verbose/AudioFocusHelper: onAudioFocusChange to 1
2022-09-08 11:36:18.238 Verbose/MusicPlayer: New audio focus: 2
2022-09-08 11:36:30.126 Verbose/AudioFocusHelper: onAudioFocusChange to -3
2022-09-08 11:36:30.128 Verbose/MusicPlayer: New audio focus: 1
2022-09-08 11:36:32.997 Verbose/AudioFocusHelper: onAudioFocusChange to 1
2022-09-08 11:36:32.999 Verbose/MusicPlayer: New audio focus: 2

Symfonium correctly does nothing so the volume change is made by something else out of control :frowning: