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[MOD] ●►ACID Audio Engine™◄● |v5.0| Samsung Optimised | ☆☆☆TEAM AC!D☆☆☆

12th February 2013, 01:16 PM |#861  
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I'm running cm 10.1 android, which got DPS manager.. how can i delete it? uninstall with titanium backup or what? please help
 
 
12th February 2013, 01:35 PM |#862  
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Re: [MOD] ●►ACID Audio Engine™◄● |v5.0| Samsung Optimised | ☆☆☆TEAM AC!D☆☆☆
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I'm running cm 10.1 android, which got DPS manager.. how can i delete it? uninstall with titanium backup or what? please help

Yes you can use TiBu to uninstall it. That's one way of doing it.

If you want the DSP back just make sure Acid and other add-ons are gone and reflash ROM without wiping anything. This info is from what I've read so far in this thread from deleting acid and obtaining DSP back.

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Yes it's working on Nexus.. Flashed the Aroma version and skipped the add-ons, works like a charm !!

So you don't have the Nooz EQ or anything else? Just plain Acid Engine?

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12th February 2013, 01:44 PM |#863  
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Re: [MOD] ●►ACID Audio Engine™◄● |v5.0| Samsung Optimised | ☆☆☆TEAM AC!D☆☆☆
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Yes you can use TiBu to uninstall it. That's one way of doing it.

If you want the DSP back just make sure Acid and other add-ons are gone and reflash ROM without wiping anything. This info is from what I've read so far in this thread from deleting acid and obtaining DSP back.

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So you don't have the Nooz EQ or anything else? Just plain Acid Engine?

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I done same on nexus 4 plus installed Nooz EQ that worked fine

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So you don't have the Nooz EQ or anything else? Just plain Acid Engine?

Acid and Dolby got installed... i dont know y Dolby got installed though !!
12th February 2013, 01:51 PM |#865  
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Ok..im just confuse right now..do we need Walkman player to install this mod..?

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12th February 2013, 01:54 PM |#866  
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Ok..im just confuse right now..do we need Walkman player to install this mod..?

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Its upto u ,, my suggestion - NO
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Its upto u ,, my suggestion - NO

Ok..simply said I can flash this on my stock rom using CWM..?Am I right?
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Ok..simply said I can flash this on my stock rom using CWM..?Am I right?

read my previous post : http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=859

you can flash it using CWM, or just use Mobile ODIN if you have it installed
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Re: [MOD] ●►ACID Audio Engine™◄● |v5.0| Samsung Optimised | ☆☆☆TEAM AC!D☆☆☆
I tried to create playlist on walkman.... But after saving..... songs are not saved under playlist..... Any help??. I love walkman and loving sound quality also.... But i am having lots of songs in my device so i need playlist of my favourite songs..... Kindly help me to create playlist or set song as favourite..... Any mod/alternative for this

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I done same on nexus 4 plus installed Nooz EQ that worked fine

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Yeah if I add anything to acid engine then its back to FCs and no sound. If I just have acid engine then its fine. I've probably reflashed the ROM 10 times trying out different methods to make it work with no success. That also includes manually editing build.prop for acid and other stuff. No idea. Still working on trying to get if to work.




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Acid and Dolby got installed... i dont know y Dolby got installed though !!

Dolby came from one of the add-on regardless of not choosing it. I see it listed in aroma for ICS ROMs but it still gets installed anyways. I don't know from which add-on though.

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