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By HomeUp, Junior Member on 3rd September 2014, 10:35 AM
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I have the same audio jumping/stuttering as many other people do,using latest purity and code blue kernel,I don't stream music over my Wi-Fi,all my music is in the internal storage(in the code blue thread i saw a guy who said that he solved his problem by keeping 2 cores online when screen is off,as I don't have 10 posts I will post here my question).How do I change "max_screenoff_cores" ? When I go to sys/module/cpuidle/parametres/off ,in the "off" file is just a 0 ,is that cpu0 or another thing,or I am in the wrong place...),I don't want to use synapse,there must be some int.d script to activate something in the sys/ directory.
 
 
3rd September 2014, 10:47 AM |#2  
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Try a different kernel and see (one without faux sound)

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3rd September 2014, 11:06 AM |#3  
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Try a different kernel and see (one without faux sound)

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I have the same problem with all of them.
3rd September 2014, 03:04 PM |#4  
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I have the same problem with all of them.

What about the stock kernel and the kernel that comes with your ROM?

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3rd September 2014, 03:05 PM |#5  
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I have the same audio jumping/stuttering as many other people do,using latest purity and code blue kernel,I don't stream music over my Wi-Fi,all my music is in the internal storage(in the code blue thread i saw a guy who said that he solved his problem by keeping 2 cores online when screen is off,as I don't have 10 posts I will post here my question).How do I change "max_screenoff_cores" ? When I go to sys/module/cpuidle/parametres/off ,in the "off" file is just a 0 ,is that cpu0 or another thing,or I am in the wrong place...),I don't want to use synapse,there must be some int.d script to activate something in the sys/ directory.

Increasing the cpu max screen off freq. won't change anything IMO.
At first try a different player (I recommend you NexMusic for testing the sound issues). FYI I noticed audio distortions with PowerAmp when using a big hosts file.
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Viper4android installed?

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I have viper4android installed with (super audio quality driver),i'm using poweramp and pvstar+,i'm getting audio stuttering with both players,on speaker have the same problem when the screen is turned off... @Primokorn ,I don't know if it will work or it won't i'm just tierd of this problem...and yes I have the same problem with the facory imagine.
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Remove viper and use stock kernel and see if the problem persists

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