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[MODULE][Qualcomm] Magisk aptX™ HD Enabler | Hi-Res bluetooth Systemless-ly!

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Hey guys! This is the systemless version for magisk of my port for ALL DEVICES Of Qualcomm's aptX HD from LG G5!
Official port can be found here: https://forum.xda-developers.com/and...audio-t3501991






Qualcomm aptX™ HD ported Features!








Requirements


• Any device running a Lollipop/Marshmallow/Nougat ROM Based on Android 5.0+
• Recovery
• Your Device MUST Support at least the standard apt-X bluetooth audio codec!
(As apt-X HD is an upgraded version of the standard apt-X your device rom MUST have core Android bluetooth libs with apt-X Audio support built-in, or in any case both apt-X and apt-X HD won't work!)
• To ensure that the Hi-Res offload is working a device with Sony LDAC ( Sony Z3,Z5,X,XZ Series ) is preferred, as the bluetooth chip should be already able to output Hi-Res audio via Bluetooth. However the mod should work also on other devices.
• Your device must have at least Bluetooth 4.1 ( Sorry but libs require it )
• Magisk v11.0+




How to install


• Download the Latest Zip version
• Flash it Via recovery





GitHub repo: https://github.com/androidexpert35/M...ptX-HD-Enabler






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29th March 2017, 10:52 AM |#2  
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How can i check if my device have "• Your Device MUST Support at least the standard apt-X bluetooth audio codec!" im using redmi note 3 pro kenzo
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10th May 2017, 12:05 AM |#3  
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It would be helpful if it was possible to find out what protocol is actually used. My device (Note 4) supports aptX afaik and I have a BT adapter which should support aptx HD, but I don't know if it's also part of my ROM or if that module actually succeeded.
10th May 2017, 01:56 AM |#4  
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Hey you can made non-hd aptx? like G3 have? ;]
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25th May 2017, 12:23 AM |#5  
1 question, will installing Viper4Android break this mod? or is all gucci in the hoochie?
6th June 2017, 02:24 PM |#6  
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6th June 2017, 10:05 PM |#7  
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Thanks. Installed without issue in my LG G5. But don't know how to check if it works.


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7th June 2017, 12:12 AM |#8  
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Thanks. Installed without issue in my LG G5. But don't know how to check if it works.

You should hear it when playing high res songs. And the headphones should support aptx. I think you could also take a logcat while playing music and then search for "codec" in the logcat.
10th July 2017, 08:03 PM |#9  
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To tell what your device is using for BT connection....enable Dev options, check "Enable Bluetooth HCI snoop log". Then connect your BT device and stream some music from your player app....stop playback, turn off the option in Dev options. The btsnoop_hci.log file will be on the root of your internal storage. Transfer that to a computer and open it with WireShark. Sort by protocol and scroll all the way up. U should see the device and and what codec it is using. See attached image.
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htc 10, RR rom: viper gone after flashing your zip. About different of sounds - I don't know maybe better =\ anyway, go back to *Dolbiper* sound
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To tell what your device is using for BT connection....enable Dev options, check "Enable Bluetooth HCI snoop log". Then connect your BT device and stream some music from your player app....stop playback, turn off the option in Dev options. The btsnoop_hci.log file will be on the root of your internal storage. Transfer that to a computer and open it with WireShark. Sort by protocol and scroll all the way up. U should see the device and and what codec it is using. See attached image.

I tried to do this 3x. Any idea why a log file wouldn't be generated?

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