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[MOD] JVO - Volume adjust notification sound

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By Lukiqq, Senior Member on 18th May 2011, 10:48 PM
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Hello! I've ported HTC functionality which allows us to use .mp3 files as a volume level adjust sounds instead of simple "beep". Sounds are located in /media/audio/ui directory. Stock HTC ones are low quality, if you find better ones please post them here.

CWM recovery package contains framework.jar from stock deodexed JVO firmware and should be used only with it! If you want to make a backup, simply pull currently used framework.jar from your system and swap it with the one in my package.
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19th May 2011, 12:25 PM |#2  
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Hello! I've ported HTC functionality which allows us to use .mp3 files as a volume level adjust sounds instead of simple "beep". Sounds are located in /media/audio/ui directory. Stock HTC ones are low quality, if you find better ones please post them here.

CWM recovery package contains framework.jar from stock deodexed JVO firmware and should be used only with it! If you want to make a backup, simply pull currently used framework.jar from your system and swap it with the one in my package.

how do I set my volume sound ?
19th May 2011, 04:17 PM |#3  
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how do I set my volume sound ?

Simply replace sound files Volume-1.mp3...Volume-7.mp3 which are located in /system/media/audio/ui directory with your own sounds.
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2nd June 2011, 09:41 AM |#4  
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Hello! I've ported HTC functionality which allows us to use .mp3 files as a volume level adjust sounds instead of simple "beep". Sounds are located in /media/audio/ui directory. Stock HTC ones are low quality, if you find better ones please post them here.

CWM recovery package contains framework.jar from stock deodexed JVO firmware and should be used only with it! If you want to make a backup, simply pull currently used framework.jar from your system and swap it with the one in my package.

Hello Lukiqq! :)

I've a GalaxyS2 and I am interested by your great mod! it's possible to port your mod on a GalaxyS2 rom?

I've attached this framework.jar.

Thanks by advance!

edit: framework-res.apk added!

XWKE7VilllainROM1.1_frameworks.zip
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14th June 2011, 04:29 PM |#5  
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Can you add it to the JVP version?
16th June 2011, 12:48 PM |#6  
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can you make it work on JVP ?
16th June 2011, 01:22 PM |#7  
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can you just maybe release the source for the modification? i mean what to change in this jar
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can you just maybe release the source for the modification? i mean what to change in this jar

It would be not a bad thing!

Thanks by advance!
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It would be not a bad thing!

Thanks by advance!

Yeah i hope he release the code and i can do it my self
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