Thanks so much where would I get this add on ?The first OP has details on what components make up each sound system. The version just released, Deuteronomy, does not contain Dolby or MaxxAudio by default, however Dolby Atmos is available as an optional add-on. Hope this helps. :good:
It's included in the Extras folder if you download the larger Deuteronomy zip which includes these extras. Extract the zip after flashing it and check inside for the Extras, one of which is the flashable Dolby add-on.Thanks so much where would I get this add on ?
Audiophile x means audiophile 10?? I guess..... Please clarify and if it is something else please share that profile.....Deuteronomy with Audiophile X Profile is great. No tweaks to make for a beginner. Thanks!
I normally use Poweramp. With Esira, i noticed it was much louder.
What are the benefits of using Esira (except that it is integrated with VIPER4ARISE)?
If you want Dolby Atmos not fc, then you must have supersu installed and enabled at boot, permissive selinux isn' t enough for this case.Maybe I can fill in here since I'm struggling with the same question.
I've just today switched to phh superuser with Magisk and Magisk manager (personal preference).
The latest Deuteronomys V4A app works exactly as it should and I get to set SElinux to permissive through the Magisk manager app.
Dolby Atmos app/gui Force closes as soon as I try to open it.
I've re-flashed it, double checked the selinux permissive, I've cleaned out the apps cache and data. It just FCs.
But V4A works brilliantly, processes as it should and all filers and effects work.
The extra download isn't working could you send me the download or send it tho Google drive ?It's included in the Extras folder if you download the larger Deuteronomy zip which includes these extras. Extract the zip after flashing it and check inside for the Extras, one of which is the flashable Dolby add-on.
Thanks you very much ?Works fine on my idol 3.
Sorry for the noob question. I can't figure out what zip i should flash to have the latest stable version (i'm coming from DiVINEBeatsBeta_v7.5_Beta_1, which i removed)
I have a OnePlus X running ResurrectionRemix-M-v5.7.4-20160920-onyx.
I'm using s3 gt-i9300 myself. For Dolby to not fc, you'll need to have supersu installed and enabled at boot on permissive selinuxHi Guys, I have installed Leviticus™ 1.3 on Samsung Galaxy S3 GtI9300 (RESSURRECTION REMIX) Installed everything and proper as mentioned.everything working fine but after phone reboot it says Dolby atmos stopped working.
@guitardedhero. Thank you Soo muvh for ARISE. YOU hrlped so many people to get great audio on the phones.We thank you for your continued interest and encourage you to reach out to us if there is anything with which we can assist you. :good:
# ARISE Sound Systems™ 20170424 # # Magnum Opus # # /sdcard/arise_customize.prop # # www.arisesound.com ## !! This archive contains 300MB of data. ## !! Navigate to /system to ensure ## !! sufficient space is available in ## !! /system before flashing. # Module description and information can be found in META-INF/getting_started/modules. # The ARISE™ modular installation zip works by using this file (when present in /sdcard as /sdcard/arise_customize.prop) to determine if any modules are to be installed by a value of "true" for each line below. # Any value other than "true" is the same as a value of "false". # Add a value of "true" to desired add-on(s). Example: install.xxxx=true # The Core System module must be installed at least once and only once. Once the core module is installed, the value of "true" should be removed for future customization installing, uninstalling, or executing scripts and modules. # If a rom update or system wipe is performed resulting in the need to reinstall the sound system, edit /sdcard/arise_customize.prop to include a value of "true" for the core module to complete your sound system installation, followed by removing the value of "true" from the core module once booted. ## START ## install.core= (40MB-175MB) # Select either ViPER4Arise™ version below to be installed or ignore to not install ViPER4Arise™ at all. install.v4a_22.214.171.124= (4.5MB) install.v4a_126.96.36.199= (6.5MB) # Add a value of "true" to any modules below to install. install.v4a_profiles= install.ddplus= (15.3MB) install.atmos= (3.3MB) install.am3d= (3.5MB) install.arkamys= (170KB) install.sony= (70MB) install.v4a_xhifi= (700KB) install.esira= (3.6MB) install.musicfx= (200KB) install.dirac= (4.2MB) delete.deep_buffer= restore.deep_buffer= repair.sdcard.permissions= # ## Qualcomm™ Audio Effects Configuration START ## # Qualcomm™ devices have the ability to select from four audio effects configurations using Android O (default), Asus, DAP (native Dolby Atmos), Huawei, Sony, or Stock /soundfx libraries. # IMPORTANT!! # If installing an audio effects configuration on a currently installed sound system, BE SURE TO INSTALL THE CURRENTLY INSTALLED MODULES AGAIN USING THE APPROPRIATE VALUES!! # Installing Core is not necessary, but any other module IS NECESSARY so that those modules' entries are written to the new audio effects configuration!! # As a reminder, any preferred or custom audio effects configuration can always be automatically installed during the Core System module installation by placing it directly in /sdcard named arise_effects.conf to result with /sdcard/arise_effects.conf. ANDROID_O ASUS DAP HUAWEI SONY STOCK Example: install.qc.ef**cts=ANDROID_O install.qc.effects= ## Qualcomm™ Audio Effects Configuration END ## # ## ICEsound™ START ## # Add a value of "true" to install the ICEsound™ module: install.ICEsound= (750KB) # The following ICEsound™ configurations are available below. a value of "None" will remove an existing ICEsound™ configuration to use no ICEsound™ configuration. Values 1 (default), through 6 select the ICEsound™ configuration of the same number. # Although, the available ICEsound™ configurations can have a substantial impact on sound quality, the different versions are provided to find the configuration most compatible with the rest of the installation with incredible sound quality. # Because of the unpredictability of this file's impact on audio and functionality, descriptive names for the different ICEsound™ configurations are not logical and are simply numbered as they are Example: use.ICEco**ig=1 1 2 3 4 5 6 None use.ICEconfig= # The following ICEsound™ presets are available below. A value of "None" will remove an existing preset to use no ICEsound™ preset. Enter a value of the preset name exactly as shown below. Example: use.ICEsound.pr**et=01 BATHSALTS =01 DEEPBASS =02 HOLYSH*T =03 KRAZY =04 MOVIE =05 MUSIC2 =06 OUTDOORS =07 PURE (default) =08 PURESH*T =09 SHAT =10 WIDECLARITY =11 Default (pure) =12 None =None use.ICEsound.preset= ## ICEsound™ END ## # The ARISE™ modular installation zip works by using this file (when present in /sdcard as /sdcard/arise_customize.prop) to determine if any modules are to be UNINSTALLED by the value of "true" for each line below. # Any value other than "true" is the same as a value of "false". UNINSTALL.v4a= UNINSTALL.atmos= UNINSTALL.ddplus= UNINSTALL.arkamys= UNINSTALL.ICEsound= UNINSTALL.am3d= UNINSTALL.sony= UNINSTALL.esira= UNINSTALL.v4a_xhifi= UNINSTALL.musicfx= UNINSTALL.dirac= ## END ##
su su -c dumpsys media.audio_flinger
su dumpsys media.audio_flinger
[B]## Magnum Opus™ 20170506[/B] - - More booted script corrections/enhancements. - Enhanced the $SDCARD variable during recovery. - Android O LDAC Bluetooth™ codec reassigned as a satisfied scenario component. - Experimental build with arisesound_setprop disabled, enabling requires name change from arisesound_disabled_setprop to arisesound_setprop. ##