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Default Beats Audio and xLoud mod

Just a heads up to those who may not know, there is a Beats Audio/xLoud mod/port on the board and it works on the Atrix 2. Beats adds a deeper, cleaner bass and cleans up the mids/highs too. xLoud is a Sony Ericsson thing, it basically boosts the overall volume of ur audio. I just flashed this mod to my phone and holy ****, huge difference! I had to turn all my volumes down media/ringer/alarms. My good cans are packed (moving this weekend) so no testing with them yet but after hearing the difference I just heard with only the phone speaker I'm expecting to be very happy.

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Here's the link to the thread for it....make sure to d/l and flash the 3.2.12 one.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1525226

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where is the xloud .zip file?
 
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Whoa - déjà vu!

xLoud is included in the zip.

Audio volume really is increased overall (I too had to turn everything down) and the beats makes the bass sound sweet!
 
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Whoa - déjà vu!

xLoud is included in the zip.

Audio volume really is increased overall (I too had to turn everything down) and the beats makes the bass sound sweet!
Yep, very noticeable difference. This one is much better than the first one w/o xLoud.



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Maybe its just me, but I can't seem to find a difference in quality using the car dock. Audio goes out the car docks 3.5mm jack to my Volvo s60r's stereo. I was hoping for some more volume.

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So will this work with pandora ??? I love pandora but the sound quality is shaky at times...

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I flashed the first beats mod without xloud, can I flash the xloud mod over it?

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Yes you can, it will just overwrite the one you just installed.


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Yes you can, it will just overwrite the one you just installed.
It failed to flash when I tried it, idk what I did wrong.

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