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[EOL][ROM][I9300][SaberMod][v12.3] Temasek's UNOFFICIAL CyanogenMod 13

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30th January 2016, 09:57 PM |#541  
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Is there any conflict if I enable boeffla sound and in same time activate viper4android sound too? I already enabled boeffla sound so is there any point having viper4android too??

(I'm still on 3.6)
 
 
30th January 2016, 10:14 PM |#542  
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Is there any conflict if I enable boeffla sound and in same time activate viper4android sound too? I already enabled boeffla sound so is there any point having viper4android too??

(I'm still on 3.6)

no boeffla is hardware equalizer. viper is software equalizer.
You can use both at the same time. In the past I liked to have both enabled.
People who like enormous bass can easily create it with this combination. I tuned them in the past to have an overall balanced clear sound with slightly increased bass.
It is just a matter of taste.
Another difference is that with software equalizers there is a slightly higher battery consumption while listening to music (but it is not really that remarkable). With hardware equalizers this does not happen (afaik, not fully sure here).
Software equalizers also tend to distort music, but Viper is a really optimized one, so with the correct settings it can highly increase the listening experience
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30th January 2016, 11:02 PM |#543  
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@Darkened_Sky

Oh wow thanks for very detail post


I think for now will leave it as boeffla sound only but its good to have v4a already build in just in case if needed

Cheers m8
30th January 2016, 11:34 PM |#544  
Use FX compatible mode in viper's make it working fine, before all seems to be good but no effect(on my s3 and N3 with or without custom kernel, same's trouble, same's solution)
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30th January 2016, 11:48 PM |#545  
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no boeffla is hardware equalizer. viper is software equalizer.
You can use both at the same time. In the past I liked to have both enabled.
People who like enormous bass can easily create it with this combination. I tuned them in the past to have an overall balanced clear sound with slightly increased bass.
It is just a matter of taste.
Another difference is that with software equalizers there is a slightly higher battery consumption while listening to music (but it is not really that remarkable). With hardware equalizers this does not happen afaik.
Software equalizers also tend to distort music, but Viper is a really optimized one, so with the correct settings it can highly increase the listening experience

Since we have Boeffla sound and V4A, is there a way to disable or remove Audio FX?
I tried disabling, but the option is not available.. And don't really want it to reappear the next time I flash.


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31st January 2016, 12:03 AM |#546  
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Since we have Boeffla sound and V4A, is there a way to disable or remove Audio FX?
I tried disabling, but the option is not available.. And don't really want it to reappear the next time I flash.

in the addon.d folder you should have a script (loliviper.sh) that automatically removes audiofx after a dirty flash.
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31st January 2016, 12:35 AM |#547  
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My OTA app does not update from 3.6. It dowloaded, and when I press install it reboots to recovery, but it doesnt do anything. Just like I manually started recovery.

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31st January 2016, 12:56 AM |#548  
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My OTA app does not update from 3.6. It dowloaded, and when I press install it reboots to recovery, but it doesnt do anything. Just like I manually started recovery.

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do you have enabled the openrecovery scripts in ota app?
you can also then manually flash the downloaded rom. it is in /sdcard/ota folder
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31st January 2016, 03:05 AM |#549  
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Boeffla sound APP does also not work with boeffla kernel in v3.7 Change settings with sound APP is not possible.
But when i change settings with boeffla congfig APP it works and i can see them with boeffla sound APP.

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Have you done settings with sound APP or with boeffla config APP?

Boeffla config
31st January 2016, 04:11 AM |#550  
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in the addon.d folder you should have a script (loliviper.sh) that automatically removes audiofx after a dirty flash.

There you go, I always clean flash so didn't realise! Dirty flashing is good for things.

Cheers!
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31st January 2016, 08:39 AM |#551  
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@Darkened_Sky, good luck with your exam tomorrow.

I seem to recall some months ago reading that Viper requires selinx to be set to permissive.

Is that correct with the version included with this ROM?

I tried to use the new setting in development options to change it but without success.

The default setting used to be permissive, but in 3.7 it is enforcing.

I followed the posts here suggesting using Boeffla Config to change the setting but I am using the stock kernel with 3.7.
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