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[MOD] Increase Over all Sound Volumes MK4 4.3 Sprint (Flashable) (12-06-13)

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THIS IS A WORK IN PROGRESS. THIS IS DESIGNED FOR THE SPRINT SAMSUNG Note 2.FLASHING THIS MAY/WILL RUIN YOUR DEVICE. MYSELF & XDA ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING THAT HAPPENS TO YOUR DEVICE.
what we have below is a modified system file that will increase your over all volumes on your sprint 4.3 MK4 s3. you guys owe this file coming to light to your device to @puertoblack2003. i do not own this device he contacted me and asked me to do this for this device. he was my tester. thank him as well.

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installation instructions.
Download Appropriate file place on internal or external sd. reboot to recovery flash zip. wipe cache & dalvik cache. reboot .....profit.
1. 100% Audio Increase File DOWNLOAD

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for those asking about the speakers crackling.At the level is set is fine for my ears and crisp it may not be for everyone else. Now for Bluetooth I haven't tested it yet i can't find mines..lol and car kit or car mode did not tried it.. Thanks to kaos for contributing to the note 2 section.
Phone: Samsung Note 2 - Sprint™
Rom: Stock 4.3
Recovery: twrp
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Processor Speed: Quad Core
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Rom: JB Stock Android 4.1.2 By stachre
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Thanks kaos! Works for me .. no crackling even at maxxed volume on phone, Bluetooth sound is fine also. Running lorjay's MK4 4.3 rom.
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Is there a flashable or a way I can revert from this MOD. Too much distortion. Thanks in advance.
 
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Is there a flashable or a way I can revert from this MOD. Too much distortion. Thanks in advance.
Its sound distorted when you have it all the way high. Lower it down a bit.It's sounds great on my end for the settings it's set.In fact it sounds alot better stock. It's always a best practice to backup any files you change. attached is the stock file. A lesson Learn.
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File Type: zip volume_increase 100%_mk4_stock.zip - [Click for QR Code] (162.0 KB, 239 views)
Phone: Samsung Note 2 - Sprint™
Rom: Stock 4.3
Recovery: twrp
Radio:
Processor Speed: Quad Core
Storage Card:
Prl:

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Tablet: Nexus 7 (2013) AKA =FLO™
Rom: Stock 4.4
Recovery: twrp

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Tablet: Motorola Xoom Wifi
Rom: JB Stock Android 4.1.2 By stachre
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Does any one have one to recommend for MC2 based roms..
 
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Persius Kernel has great volume boost .

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Default Is it ROM specific?

Will this only work on TouchWiz ROMs or will this work on any ROM?
 
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Will this only work on TouchWiz ROMs or will this work on any ROM?
This only works on touchwiz 4.3 aka mk4 Roms.

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