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Tested and works great on 8.4
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Are you root? Can you give a few details on version you picked or anything that helps specific to our device?

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I've used this on my note 3 and it worked fine but for the life of me I know there is a step I'm missing when it comes to getting this thing installed. I'm rooted and just can't get this to push into the system apps. Going to look over the thread and see what I did wrong. Would love a play by play.

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Would love a full tutorial for instalation and links to pertinent downloads for this.
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I installed from http://vipersaudio.com/blog/

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not sure what people consider loud but when watching movies i think it is really loud. i was actually quite surprised. i rarely get the volume past 7. Music is not as loud though.
 
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Even though I'm using a Nexus 10, I can say that before installing viper4android I rarely used the speakers while playing any videos but now the speaker audio is so good (much more than a volume boot) that I only use earplugs for private listening. It was that dramatic. In fact I originally installed V4A to add bass to my earplugs and simply tripped across its impact on a tablet's speakers as well as earplugs.

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