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[APP] DSP Manager for GS3

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14th June 2012, 05:50 AM   |  #1  
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DSP Manager is the sound processing app from the Cyanogen Mod Team(thanks).You can customize the equalizer manually or select from a bunch of preset options.

Requirements :

Rooted GS3
Custom recovery

Installation :

Enter recovery
Make a backup just in case
Install zip from sd card
Choose zip from sd card
Select DSPManager.... Zip

Reboot

Enjoy!!

If it worked for you please report back!

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DSP-Manager-v2.0.zip - 345.45 KB
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14th June 2012, 07:31 AM   |  #2  
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DSP Manager.

Attached you will find the apk in a zip file that will install as a system app. I used this on the One X, can't remember who created it, sorry. Tried it on the GS3 and it's seems to be working perfectly.

Remember that I grabbed this from the One X threads, so don't freak out when the install proccess says something about One X

Enjoy!!

how do u install it on s3? do u have a guide?

Thank you in advance!
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seems 2be a cwm-flash, try out
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Need root for this ? any conflicts with poweramp ?

thanks
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how do u install it on s3? do u have a guide?

Thank you in advance!

If just updated with steps and requirements.
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Need root for this ? any conflicts with poweramp ?

thanks

Yes you need to be rooted and have a custom recovery installed like CWM.

Shouldn't interfere with poweramp
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Have you tested it?????
I had tried it once (not this buy my own port) and it didn't work

EDIT : OK tested it... And it works!!!!!!
Thanks for the share
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Have you tested it?????
I had tried it once (not this buy my own port) and it didn't work


I'm using it right now streaming over bluetooth. Remember to enable it in Sound/ Music Effects
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I'm using it right now streaming over bluetooth. Remember to enable it in Sound/ Music Effects

Didn't find the need to... Just flashed it and it worked perfectly after the reboot.

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