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Voodoo sound is coming to Galaxy R I9103

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By UnknownzD, Senior Member on 24th April 2012, 12:33 PM
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27th April 2012, 03:55 PM |#11  
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Waiting and hoping

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28th April 2012, 06:08 PM |#12  
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hi,
sorry if I ask a dumb question but I could not find an answer: is woodoo sound noticable even I use a bt headset (I have an mw600), or just if I connect my earphones directly to the phone? Does it make any difference through bt?

I am planning to buy a sgs2 or sgr, but as I know sgs2 has a poor audio performance, and sgr has a wolfson dac... Woodoo sound is coming so I would choose the sgr...but I would like to know how it is works with a bt headset

Thanks in advance!
8th May 2012, 11:01 AM |#14  
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hi,
sorry if I ask a dumb question but I could not find an answer: is woodoo sound noticable even I use a bt headset (I have an mw600), or just if I connect my earphones directly to the phone? Does it make any difference through bt?

I am planning to buy a sgs2 or sgr, but as I know sgs2 has a poor audio performance, and sgr has a wolfson dac... Woodoo sound is coming so I would choose the sgr...but I would like to know how it is works with a bt headset

Thanks in advance!

no, bluetooth output dont have any relation with wolfstone chip so if u enable voodoo sound on ur device there will be no effect in bt output, but u can use third party eq apps or dsp manager to tune values.
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thank you the fast reply
24th May 2012, 10:51 AM |#16  
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@UnknownzD

Any updates on the Voodoo sound enhancements ?

You had informed us that the new driver will be called KAudio, any updates on that ?
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25th May 2012, 01:30 PM |#17  
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Any updates on the Voodoo sound enhancements ?

You had informed us that the new driver will be called KAudio, any updates on that ?

I'm already using voodoo with ardatdats 1.7 kernel.
Are you referring to something else?

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25th May 2012, 01:56 PM |#18  
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Well dear all, I am happy to announce that our devices COULD be supported in the future, so that you guys won't feel that we are left by Samsung devs.

Currently supercurio is working on a new driver (4.0 pre 2) that has some new features and even don't require you to use download mode to flash it (since it is not a patch on the kernel src code) ..... you just need to root the phone to use it. However there is an important note : We are NOT sure whether it will definitely work nor guaranteeing it must work (but it seems like there is a high chance that it will work since our board is similar to the one used in the Galaxy tab 10.1). I will continue to work with supercurio before making further announcement.

btw, as I am just the one who has given out a device for testing. If you like the idea of voodoo sound, please says thank you or donate to supercurio instead. However as the patch is not even out yet, supercurio says that NO donation should be made until the patch is out for I9103. In addition, I will work on providing some additional IO scheduler in the kernel as well as a overclocked kernel if I have some extra time for them.

btw, as told by supercurio, the new driver will be called KAudio

I was talking about the bolded part.

Don't know where has UnknownzD gone after making some good progress on the kernel & voodoo sound front.

@UnknownzD where are you man ?
25th May 2012, 03:27 PM |#19  
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Sorry I was busy for exams. The new Kaudio driver will be a propriety driver that developed by supercurio solely, so I have no way to know what is the development progress atm. It will be developed as a kernel module which means rom developer can use it as well.

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Sorry I was busy for exams. The new Kaudio driver will be a propriety driver that developed by supercurio solely, so I have no way to know what is the development progress atm. It will be developed as a kernel module which means rom developer can use it as well.

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Glad to see u back , how was ur exams?

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26th May 2012, 07:20 AM |#21  
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Sorry I was busy for exams. The new Kaudio driver will be a propriety driver that developed by supercurio solely, so I have no way to know what is the development progress atm. It will be developed as a kernel module which means rom developer can use it as well.

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Nice to hear that your exams are over.

Kindly followup with supercurio on the progress of KAudio port for Galaxy R as you were the only owner who gave Galaxy R for testing to him.
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