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DSP manager? looking for bluetooth equalizer

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27th March 2014, 09:16 PM   |  #1  
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on my last phones, when running CM10/11, they had a DSP manager app
seemed to be pretty standard on them

is there something like that will work for our flex? or they need CM framework or something
basically what im looking for is that equalizer option where u can tune just the bluetooth , i want to use the equalizer and add highs to it

ive seen some .aps for DSP around but 1) wasnt sure if it'll work on non-cm phones and 2)they all needed to be flashed
im rooted so i was wondering if it was some way to just push the .apk to the system directory
27th March 2014, 10:04 PM   |  #2  
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I been using noozxoide.....works great
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28th March 2014, 09:11 PM   |  #3  
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Viper works great with Bluetooth. Has full range of effects/mods. Surround , vol enhancements. EQ is pretty good to. And it seems since it has its own drivers and embeds itself into root that it does a better job at sound clarity than anything off the play market the average user would download free. Check it out. Has separate interface for phone speaker,Bluetooth, and headset. There's all types of forums on XDA about it. I'd post a link but I'm not sure if its a paid thing or what and definitely don't wanna take away from the developer in any way.

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Originally Posted by mattwheat

Viper works great with Bluetooth. Has full range of effects/mods. Surround , vol enhancements. EQ is pretty good to. And it seems since it has its own drivers and embeds itself into root that it does a better job at sound clarity than anything off the play market the average user would download free. Check it out. Has separate interface for phone speaker,Bluetooth, and headset. There's all types of forums on XDA about it. I'd post a link but I'm not sure if its a paid thing or what and definitely don't wanna take away from the developer in any way.

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is it a link to the developers thread? if so thats fine
29th March 2014, 02:00 AM   |  #5  
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Viper and Acid work great...I would just be hesitant to install any of those without having a recovery in this phone...

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29th March 2014, 02:38 AM   |  #6  
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Any reason why? It's just an app, not framework or anything right?
29th March 2014, 10:07 PM   |  #7  
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I've got viper installed on mine. I've had to factory reset a couple times due to modding but have installed it 3-4 times. No issue at all. It doesn't go as deep as framework so there's no worry of bricking. It sounds great with power amp pro. But with headphones or ear buds I use stock player since the Dolby digital hack sounds so good with ear buds.

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