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Wink [MOD][CM11] 30 Steps Media Volume




More a small MOD for our Defy


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Originally Posted by zazza8 View Post
This modification increments the media volume steps from 15 to 30 so you have more precise control of the media volume levels.

Modification is done in framework.jar.
Click here for more information and instructions if you want to do it by yourself with other number of steps.


Attention: Only to Cm11


Credits: @HeadFox
Thanks to @zazza8 for inspiration



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If you don't want to fiddle with this, I discovered the problem with too big "steps" in volume can be fixed by adding a replay gain. So that your normal listening volume isn't at step say 2-4 or so but at around 8-12 (there are 16). This way the steps become smaller and it's easier to get the volume just right.

The DSPmanager of CM should be able to do this, or any other EQ.
 
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If you don't want to fiddle with this, I discovered the problem with too big "steps" in volume can be fixed by adding a replay gain. So that your normal listening volume isn't at step say 2-4 or so but at around 8-12 (there are 16). This way the steps become smaller and it's easier to get the volume just right.

The DSPmanager of CM should be able to do this, or any other EQ.
Well, you are not required to install anything.
 
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Nice.. will give it a try.. on my razr too.

DROID RAZR with Tapatalk 4
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will this work on any phone with latest cm11?
 
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will this work on any phone with latest cm11?
no.
 
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Confirmed. Doesn't work on Razr.Bootloop.
Though works perfectly on defy+.

Will look into the script and see if I can make it work on Razr too.

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Hi,

I think the sourcecode hack can be found here:
https://github.com/one-love-420/andr...cbbc75d52dR164
I found that patch by digging through the original threads regarding this hack.

In Quarx git this patch seems not to be included:
https://github.com/Quarx2k/android_f...vice.java#L215
Motorola Defy+ MB526 - BL7

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