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(MOD)BeatsAudio installer [UPDATED 4/25/2014]

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11th April 2014, 11:32 AM   |  #1  
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Well i made some changes here now this SHOULD work on every non stock rom. just flash in recovery and let me know how everything works. Im pretty sure ive gotten all the bugs out but keep me posted.
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12th April 2014, 10:34 AM   |  #2  
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Very nice. I think I will give it a try soon.

I'm just curious. How does it work actually? Are the libs gonna be invoked by the running system automatically? As far as I can see the updater-script only extracts the files. Don't they have to be included somewhere?
Or do I need a special audio player for this?
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Nope it replaces some libs. And changes your audio policy. The real trick is you'll notice I removed dspmanger and replaced the
libcyanogen-dsp.so

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Nope it replaces some libs. And changes your audio policy. The real trick is you'll notice I removed dspmanger and replaced the
libcyanogen-dsp.so

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I have a rather odd request. I've been dealing with my phone locking up quite a bit, and I really started digging into this issue over the weekend. I think it may have started after I flashed this some time back when you originally posted it. I flashed the file for the proper H-boot, and i don't suspect it's an issue with what you put together, I think something just went wrong along the way.

Would you be able to make a .zip to revert the files back to the original ones?
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Just flash a new nightly it'll erase the mod.

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Just flash a new nightly it'll erase the mod.

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OK, thought that might also be the case with your description above. Thanks for the speedy response!
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