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AudioX - Louder One X Speaker Output - CWM Flashable

23rd July 2012, 08:22 AM   |  #1  
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Hi all,

Managed to put the AudioX settings into a flashable CWM.zip file.

Attached is the newest version which I have currently installed:

Disable Tru Bass effect.
Limiter set to 0.150 instead of 0.250
SRS3D Set space to 0.5 instead of 0.800

I decided to leave some of the limiter since having an uncompressed signal can harm the physical speaker.

This tweak means louder speaker output and no Trubass effect which is by default boosting the 400Hz area.

WARNING: I do not take any responsibility for broken speakers etc. When I tried the original edits the volume was so loud the speaker made some crackle noises. If you keep that volume level chances are you will destroy the speaker and then it will crackle even at lower volumes. The new version does have a softer limiter and the volume levels are good so I think the speaker is not in danger.

Attached is the AudioX.zip cwm installable and the Default_Audio_Settings.zip installable. If you don't like the result simply flash the second zip.

All the best
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23rd July 2012, 06:05 PM   |  #2  
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Hi all,

Managed to put the AudioX settings into a flashable CWM.zip file.

Attached is the newest version which I have currently installed:

Disable Tru Bass effect.
Limiter set to 0.150 instead of 0.250
SRS3D Set space to 0.5 instead of 0.800

I decided to leave some of the limiter since having an uncompressed signal can harm the physical speaker.

This tweak means louder speaker output and no Trubass effect which is by default boosting the 400Hz area.

WARNING: I do not take any responsibility for broken speakers etc. When I tried the original edits the volume was so loud the speaker made some crackle noises. If you keep that volume level chances are you will destroy the speaker and then it will crackle even at lower volumes. The new version does have a softer limiter and the volume levels are good so I think the speaker is not in danger.

Attached is the AudioX.zip cwm installable and the Default_Audio_Settings.zip installable. If you don't like the result simply flash the second zip.

All the best

This should be in the development forums.

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23rd July 2012, 07:49 PM   |  #3  
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The speaker is super loud to me already. How much louder does this make it?

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Wow. This is one flash that really works well. Major difference in volume now. thanks,
24th July 2012, 08:38 AM   |  #5  
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Does this make only the loudspeaker (the one on the back of the phone) louder or will this increase the in-call volume as well? And what about headphones? Thanks in advance.
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Does this make only the loudspeaker (the one on the back of the phone) louder or will this increase the in-call volume as well? And what about headphones? Thanks in advance.

This one makes the loudspeaker in the back louder, I don't think it affects headphones since it's a different output.

I am not a pro developer, only played around with values that seem familiar and by guessing which is the speaker output compared to the in-call volume (since they have a different compression ratio).

All the best
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This one makes the loudspeaker in the back louder, I don't think it affects headphones since it's a different output.

I am not a pro developer, only played around with values that seem familiar and by guessing which is the speaker output compared to the in-call volume (since they have a different compression ratio).

All the best

A bit late.... But will this work on 4.0.4 Roms and is it flashable through twrp 2.2.0??

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A bit late.... But will this work on 4.0.4 Roms and is it flashable through twrp 2.2.0??

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and odexed rooms? I have cleanroom 4.5 final. thanks.
24th August 2012, 08:13 PM   |  #9  
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its a mod, not an app. odex or deodex dont matter
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is this for Sense or ASOP?

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