[Sound Mod]Walkman on Evo 3D/V working
This is NOT my work, it's a collaboration of three Xperia mods and ports to ics. This is working on stock based rom.
Why Walkman instead of stock music player? It has a much nicer U.I.
Can edit ID tags like in Poweramp
Several different music visualizer shows
Here's Bravia in music player
And of course it's the loudest sound mod for the internal speaker, be careful, don't blow it. Also has nice surround in the headphones.Walkman is incorporated into Sony Car- best dock for the Evo, and also into G Now/Search
Track ID is like Shazam
Other apks included: YouTube extensions, lyrics extension, GMusic extension, and Wikipedia plug in.
There's a slideshow wallpaper that's compatible- very slick.
And the video player, a cool feature is a clip of video without sound in the video preview
I didn't include the photo album because albums can't be hidden, shows all music album cover jpegs, fooey:banghead: But if you want it anyway, get it from the ics Walkman port thread, the libs, jars, and permissions are included in my zip. Also didn't include some other things that aren't compatible. Here's the link to the Xperia for all devices if you'd like to mess around with other things: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2059203
On the Evo 3D/V- do NOT flash in recovery. My pirated version is safe to flash on this device, but while on the subject, I'm not responsible for you messing up your phone.
This mod is especially helpful if you're on Negalite's BluRom and you want control and to be able to disable xloud.
So if you're interested, and rooted, preparations need to be made. Add these lines to build.prop
Then flash this, wipe dalvic cache in recovery.
There is a bug with xloud stopping after 10 seconds, this is fixed in both Walkman and Movies by greenifying Sound Enhancements app.
54MB free needed in /system, you can free up about 25MB in/system by deleting face detection in vendor/pittpatt. Approximately 30MB will be used on /data between apps dalvic and data
download link coming soon if interest is shown.
Here is a good widget for on screen volume control
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