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Default Inspire Audio Fix MIUI/BootManager

For those with problems getting audio with the latest MIUI and CM7 ROM, or even with them using BootManager (like me), you may try flashing this audiofix. Flashing this zip will fix audio to the INSPIRE 4G without downgrading to LC 8.1 kernel or without installing the Tiamat or TalonACE kernels (nothing wrong with them, I find them great). Tested with MIUI (last build tested 2.4.6).

For Boot Manager, I've tested it with BlackICE 1.50, CM7.2, MIUI 2.4.6).

DOWNLOAD LINK:

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/60526289/ins...b-audiofix.zip

This is "almost" the same inspiremod but with two additional files:

AIC3254_REG_DualMic_MCLK.csv and CodecDSPID_MCLK.txt.

NOTE: installing this in another ROMs may break sound (mic included) specially ICS. I'm not responsible for anything that may happen.

If you have any audio problems just delete the referenced files from /system/etc/.

MAKE A BACKUP FIRST
Phone: Nexus 4 (Mako)
ROM: AOSP - Recovery: TWRP 2.4.0.0 - Kernel: Bricked-Mako

Phone: Galaxy S II (Hercules)
ROM: CM10.1 - Recovery: TWRP 2.3.1.1 - Kernel: Cerux Kernel

Phone: One X
Unlocked Bootloader - ROM: CleanRom 5 - Recovery: TWRP



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Thanks for this!

I have a canadian Telus Desire HD which is hardware identical with the Inspire 4G.
I'm running Lord Clockan's Ice Cold Sandwitch and in the main thread he had this posted for the Inspire 4G users.
I couldn't see too much of a difference with the patch or without it.
What happens on your phone if you don't install it?

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On LordC's rom this patch may break the mic, users may not here you, but I am not sure, I know twisted had issues in his builds when using the AIC file.

On the other hand you may not get any difference in LC's rom because the files are already in the ROM, I use his build and don't use inspiremod patch because of this.



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Phone: Nexus 4 (Mako)
ROM: AOSP - Recovery: TWRP 2.4.0.0 - Kernel: Bricked-Mako

Phone: Galaxy S II (Hercules)
ROM: CM10.1 - Recovery: TWRP 2.3.1.1 - Kernel: Cerux Kernel

Phone: One X
Unlocked Bootloader - ROM: CleanRom 5 - Recovery: TWRP



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So how does the ROM differentiate between phones?
Is it based on the cell phone provider?
Having the dual mic active is quite useful, isn't it?
The Moto Milestone I had before was quite good at noise cancellation with the 2 mics.
The 2 mics be used to record videos with stereo sound perhaps?
I'm trying your patch on my DHD, I'm curious what it will do.

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I tried your fix on RD-MIUI 2.4.13 and didn't notice any difference. The only problem I'm having is low speaker volumes (I'm comparing it to the sounds from a sense rom).
On a side note, how do I know if the dual mics are working?

Edit: I forgot what the edit was going to be. When I remember I'll come back.

2nd edit: just flash from recovery as you would any rom without wiping anything?

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RD-MIUI is based on LordClock ICS so you may not need it. But I think I have something you can flash for low volume... Let me check something here...

Edit: here is something I found weeks ago for low volume, but haven't tried it. There is a file called "Low_mic_volume_fix.zip" give it a try, but backup first.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ostcount=14623

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ROM: AOSP - Recovery: TWRP 2.4.0.0 - Kernel: Bricked-Mako

Phone: Galaxy S II (Hercules)
ROM: CM10.1 - Recovery: TWRP 2.3.1.1 - Kernel: Cerux Kernel

Phone: One X
Unlocked Bootloader - ROM: CleanRom 5 - Recovery: TWRP



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If you don't mind, I'll link you where I might have explained it better.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=25560461

Edit: For example, hearing the ringtones, stuff on youtube, etc.

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I tried your fix on RD-MIUI 2.4.13 and didn't notice any difference. The only problem I'm having is low speaker volumes (I'm comparing it to the sounds from a sense rom).
On a side note, how do I know if the dual mics are working?

Edit: I forgot what the edit was going to be. When I remember I'll come back.

2nd edit: just flash from recovery as you would any rom without wiping anything?

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How do we know if dual mics are working? Is it activating a Mic near the camera/speaker area, or a second in the normal area?

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How do we know if dual mics are working? Is it activating a Mic near the camera/speaker area, or a second in the normal area?

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I don't own the inspire anymore, but I think you could activate the dual mic with: snd3254 -dpsmode 0

Better way is to grab the file 30dualmic from inspiremod (original) and put in /system/etc/init.d/

Sent from my HTC One X using Tapatalk 2
Phone: Nexus 4 (Mako)
ROM: AOSP - Recovery: TWRP 2.4.0.0 - Kernel: Bricked-Mako

Phone: Galaxy S II (Hercules)
ROM: CM10.1 - Recovery: TWRP 2.3.1.1 - Kernel: Cerux Kernel

Phone: One X
Unlocked Bootloader - ROM: CleanRom 5 - Recovery: TWRP



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