Originally Posted by lyno
I really like the HTC Music player and because I'm using the ViperOneM8 ROM, It's skinned with the theme I've applied.
One thing that I've found with the player is that it applies some kind of equalisation to my music, for example listening to music through the Google Music app sounds very different to the HTC Music app. After looking around, I found the HTC Music Enhancer app.
Does anyone is this is the app that is applying the equalisation in the background, and how I can disable it?
Not quite sure. But could be that the HTCMusicEnhancer is actually the Boomsound option in the settings. Try deactivating boomsound while headphones are plugged in and give a short feedback if it worked the way you intended it.
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