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Since the update to 4.4.2 with AOSP ROM, sometimes sizzling sound for a few seconds.

Why?

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Probably it's kernel related. Try to change the governer. I changed it from ondemand to interactive and since two days I've got no sizzling sound anymore.

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Probably it's kernel related. Try to change the governer. I changed it from ondemand to interactive and since two days I've got no sizzling sound anymore.

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I have always this problem...
 
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I get this on every AOSP rom. I've tried for months to fix it, but all i've managed so far is to minimize it.

Here's what i did:
- Installed Performance Profile xposed module, and added a spotify profile.
- - Upped the NICE priority for foreground and background.
- - Set min CPU frequency to 384Mhz.
- - Set CPU governor to interactive and IO scheduler to row.

- Installed Trickster Mod
- - Changed Read Ahead Buffer Size from 128 to 256, as this is what it is on Sense.

- Disable wi-fi optimization
- - Settings > Wi-fi > Advanced > Uncheck Wi-Fi optimization

- (Optional) Installed Viper4Android

Now i get pretty much flawless sound with minimal and barely audible stutters/crackles once every hour or so.

It seems to be too random to reproduce, and everybody has different methods of dealing with it. And some people seem happy enough to put up with it, but it drives me crazy! Doesn't happen on GPE or Sense though, but they're not as good in terms of features

Edit: Thought i was on the HTC One forum. This should work on both though!
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What ROM in particular are you using? I am using Slimkat, which is also AOSP based, but so for no sizzling noise. Only have the brightness bug on boot though, which isn't much of a nuisance.
 
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What ROM in particular are you using? I am using Slimkat, which is also AOSP based, but so for no sizzling noise. Only have the brightness bug on boot though, which isn't much of a nuisance.
But there are also reports on slimkat thread
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=52790524

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I got this for the first time on CM11 ^^ watching a doco via browser and it was popping all over the show!?

Doesn't do it with music player, occasionally the odd song will start a bit loud...

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