This module allows you to control the left\right balance of the audio of your phone. This is useful in case of damaged headphones or damaged ear (like me ).
After installing this, you have to reboot your phone only one time, then the changes are istant. If you change something while you are listening some music, just pause and immediately resume your music.
You can use any values from 0% to 100% (also thing like 22.3232 is good).
I've tried to keep this simple, so if you have a lower volume on left headphone, just increase that. It will be the module to do the magic*. Keep in mind that set (30%,20%) is the same thing than set (10%,0%). This module doesn't change the global volume of the system, only the left\right balance.
Tested on Cyanogen 12.1, using: Pocked Casts, stock Music player, settings ringtones ( ), ES file manager (its audio player), YouTube.
- Change internal algorithm (report on XDA if this is working better: you have to change the percentage used until now).
- APK size reduced.
- Improved compatibility (now working also with Spotify).
- New app theme.
- Initial release
*Well, there are some maths here. Android uses some logarithmic functions, but don't worry, you have just to insert the %, the module knows how to do it. I hope.
Also, 'gain' is probably the wrong word. The maximum volume of the system is not touched, if you set (lef gain, right gain)=(10%,0%), technically the module reduces the right volume of 10%. I've done in this way because the users have only to change simple settings, and because if you increases the maximum volume, you lose quality. And we don't want that.