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Viper4android (V4A) for Mi 3 Nougat ROMs.

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By Pacafic, Junior Member on 4th January 2017, 10:15 AM
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All credit goes to XDA member guitardedhero. I've had a lot of problems installing V4A in the past, but I've been able to use it and it enhances your sound by a fair margin, if of course, you know how to use it. This method only works for Nougat ROMs like ResurrectionRemix, CM14, etc.

Getting to it, you need :
- Root
- A custom recovery, twrp or cwm
- How to use custom recoveries
- Viper4android zip file.
- ES file explorer or Root explorer (Basically any file explorer with root exploring capabilities)
- Patience.

I am in no way responsible for any damage to your device and I will not be held responsible for the thermonuclear war that may or may not be caused.

I've tested the given procedure on CM14 and ResurrectionRemix and BeanStalk myself.

Instructions :
- Download the "Viper4Android_2.5.0.5_ guitardedhero.zip" from the link below.
- Place it in an accessible location on your phone.
- Reboot to recovery.
- Flash the zip file.
- Turn your phone back on.
- Go to /vendor/etc through ES File Explorer.
- Rename the file "audio_effects.conf" to "audio_effects.conf.bak".
- Open V4A.
- Select to install drivers now.
- Accept prompt for root permissions.
- Insert that patience you collected earlier.
- It'll ask to reboot when it's done. Reboot the device.
- Congratulations. You have successfully installed V4A on your Nougat device.

I am not claiming anything, but the above method worked on 2 of my Motorola Devices running CM14 as well.

Download Link available in the comment.

Thank you.
All credit goes to guitardedhero.
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4th January 2017, 10:19 AM |#2  
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Remove the 2 asterisks from the link.
V4A Zip file : *downloadmirror.co*/2zYA/ViPER4Android_2.5.0.5_guitardedhero.zip
9th January 2017, 06:12 AM |#3  
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nice.. thanks for the information..
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31st January 2017, 03:56 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by Pacafic

All credit goes to XDA member guitardedhero. I've had a lot of problems installing V4A in the past, but I've been able to use it and it enhances your sound by a fair margin, if of course, you know how to use it. This method only works for Nougat ROMs like ResurrectionRemix, CM14, etc.

Getting to it, you need :
- Root
- A custom recovery, twrp or cwm
- How to use custom recoveries
- Viper4android zip file.
- ES file explorer or Root explorer (Basically any file explorer with root exploring capabilities)
- Patience.

I am in no way responsible for any damage to your device and I will not be held responsible for the thermonuclear war that may or may not be caused.

I've tested the given procedure on CM14 and ResurrectionRemix and BeanStalk myself.

Instructions :
- Download the "Viper4Android_2.5.0.5_ guitardedhero.zip" from the link below.
- Place it in an accessible location on your phone.
- Reboot to recovery.
- Flash the zip file.
- Turn your phone back on.
- Go to /vendor/etc through ES File Explorer.
- Rename the file "audio_effects.conf" to "audio_effects.conf.bak".
- Open V4A.
- Select to install drivers now.
- Accept prompt for root permissions.
- Insert that patience you collected earlier.
- It'll ask to reboot when it's done. Reboot the device.
- Congratulations. You have successfully installed V4A on your Nougat device.

I am not claiming anything, but the above method worked on 2 of my Motorola Devices running CM14 as well.

Download Link available in the comment.

Thank you.
All credit goes to guitardedhero.

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3rd February 2017, 08:42 AM |#5  
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3rd February 2017, 02:55 PM |#6  
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Does it work with any irs file?
I used ARISE for my lineageos and it works pretty well except the convolver part, sometimes it doesn't made any different at all even tho I changed the irs. Is this work with any .irs file?
5th February 2017, 06:34 AM |#7  
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Originally Posted by kurohyo

I used ARISE for my lineageos and it works pretty well except the convolver part, sometimes it doesn't made any different at all even tho I changed the irs. Is this work with any .irs file?

Well, that depends on the .irs file. Some of them work, and some of them don't. Some .irs files even make the V4A app crash. That's the main reason why I haven't included any links for .irs files. It is basically a hit and trial process. I found this link in the miui forums, with 300 or so .irs files, and I checked each one of them, and a lot of them made the app crash. So, keep trying until you hit the right sound.
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