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Audio [APP][4.0+] Google Ears/Sound Search

This is the Google Ears/Sound Search for Google Play app from Play Store.

The Original app DOES NOT WORK on ARMv6 devices so i made so workaround to get it work with ARMv6..

Step 1- Download the Google Ears/Sound Search app and the libvorbisencoder.so lib file(extract it from the rar).

Step 2- Push the Google Ears/Sound Search app to system\app and set permissions to rw-r-r and push the libvorbisencoder.so to system\lib set permissions to rw-r-r. Reboot. After booting, it will not be shown in your app drawer, but there is a solution for that.

Step 3- Install titanium backup, go to backup\restore, select Sound Search and defrost it.

DONE! Now, it will show in your app drawer.

Credits to asdfzz for the original thread for ARMv7
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This is the Google Ears/Sound Search for Google Play app from Play Store.

The Original app DOES NOT WORK on ARMv6 devices so i made so workaround to get it work with ARMv6..

Step 1- Download the Google Ears/Sound Search app and the libvorbisencoder.so lib file(extract it from the rar).

Step 2- Push the Google Ears/Sound Search app to system\app and set permissions to rw-r-r and push the libvorbisencoder.so to system\lib set permissions to rw-r-r. Reboot. After booting, it will not be shown in your app drawer, but there is a solution for that.

Step 3- Install titanium backup, go to backup\restore, select Sound Search and defrost it.

DONE! Now, it will show in your app drawer.

Credits to asdfzz for the original thread for ARMv7
Press Thanks if helped!
Can you use this to fix the Google Voice Search too in GApps for 4.0+?
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