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audio playback over 3.5mm stops automatically when monitor turns off
#1
would be nice to play music in the background :/

any thoughts how to overcome this?
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#2
In the Sound window, right-click the Speakers/Headphones entry and select the Disable option. In Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8, right-click the speaker icon in the system tray and choose the Disable option.Jan 24, 2018
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#3
I believe that is because when Android's screen turns off actually is going to suspend mode.
So audio may also been disable too in Tinker's Android...
Workaround is turn off the screen saver or power saving in Android's setting.
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