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Default [VZW] [DE] [442] Why sound stutter ever related to screen on /off?

When buying my moto and comparing specs, I liked idea of 8cores.. 4 dedicated to video screen /gpu? Then if so, why would I have a slight clicking studder_ever_when related to video processes?

I am using the very cool modded kernel oc, intelliactive,

In fairness, I am extremely ocd regarding audio. It's not a huge issue and my phone is extremely amazing running Eclipse 3.2.

The audio screen on/off issue has been present throughout different roms and system versions.

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I'm not entirely sure what your problem is, but it seems like you're saying that audio quality is worse when screen is off? If so i'm pretty sure the moto x has a max screen off frequency so that may be it.
 
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I think canezila might be referring to the lag, or latency between the audio and visual of the screen on/off effects...?

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I think canezila might be referring to the lag, or latency between the audio and visual of the screen on/off effects...?

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I believe that is it. And only when using blue tooth. I am going to try changing the gpu from ondemand to performance and try that tomorrow.

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