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(How To / MOD) Microphone Gain Increase on All S5 Variants + Mod *Update 02/11/16

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1st September 2015, 03:18 PM |#11  
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The mod does not affect the mic during phone calls, that remains untouched. I am looking into making it a little more audible in loud environments.

Just to clarify.......This mod does not change ANYTHING for your average phone call conversation. Correct?
 
 
1st September 2015, 03:41 PM |#12  
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Just to clarify.......This mod does not change ANYTHING for your average phone call conversation. Correct?

Yes that is correct
1st September 2015, 04:54 PM |#13  
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I can't wait to try this... Thanks!
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You can send it and I will compare the two files, I will take a look at lowering the values and see where we can improve the quality , thanks for the feedback..

Damn I am on Android 4.4.4 (SlimSaber, a derivate of SlimKat) on my old Galaxy S2 and there I cannot find that file..
Do you know if it is maybe somewhere else under KitKat?

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Okay I checked the new file, it is better but still a bit scratched in the peaks. What did you changed compared to the first file? I would also say, that the voice is a bit deeper than on my Galaxy S2 but I think that is not settings related but hardware

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Damn I am on Android 4.4.4 (SlimSaber, a derivate of SlimKat) on my old Galaxy S2 and there I cannot find that file..
Do you know if it is maybe somewhere else under KitKat?

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Okay I checked the new file, it is better but still a bit scratched in the peaks. What did you changed compared to the first file? I would also say, that the voice is a bit deeper than on my Galaxy S2 but I think that is not settings related but hardware

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I dropped the "rec-high-gain" areas by 10 that was all so perhaps a little more fine tuning and we will have this bad boy perfect . Thanks for your testing,feedback and patience...
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I dropped the "rec-high-gain" areas by 10 that was all so perhaps a little more fine tuning and we will have this bad boy perfect . Thanks for your testing,feedback and patience...

Good morning,

many thanks again for your work
I checked it again while driving today. It is better than with the first file but still a bit distorted in the peaks.
Volume is good but quality is still a bit "scratched"
I could also record a sound file in whatsapp and send it to you via Mail if you need it for further improvement
If everything is ok I will share your thread in german android-hilfe forum and translate it to german

Btw. I found a very little error in the opener: "Back to Sock Zip" - I think you mean Stock Zip

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2nd September 2015, 11:02 AM |#18  
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That is not a problem at all @j1gga84. Haha, minor spelling errors darn it, I have a new file to upload when I get to my laptop
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2nd September 2015, 12:21 PM |#19  
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is increasing the gain better for a quiet environment or a loud compared to stock?
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is increasing the gain better for a quiet environment or a loud compared to stock?

I would say for a quiet environment because microphone gets more sensitive, in a lound environment it gets distorted but thejester123 is still optimizing the file and the one you can download right now is much better than the first one from yesterday

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2nd September 2015, 01:11 PM |#21  
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Ok thanks.

Is it also better in loud environment than stock or mostly in the quite once?
Because, I want to have fewer distortion at concerts and other loud environments
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