Thursday, May 26, 2016

[ANDROID][ROOT] How to install DSPmanager on any ROM (Root)

How to install DSPmanager on all roms

Descriptions:DSP Manageris a fantastic appliion which can be used to achieve vibrating bass even with your stock hd.DSP Manager is like the Bts sound enhancer, but taken to a whole new level. Sadly, this awesome appliion is not available in the Google Play store and you will need to put in a little bit more effort in order to get it working for your phone. Why? Because it’s part ofCyanoModand will not work on stock ROMs by default.However, in this article, I’ll show you how you can install the app on vanilla Android and Sense, which should help you get it running on your own device regardless of which ROM you’re running –as long as you have root access.
Requirements:Rooted deviceA file manager like Root explorer
Tested on: Galaxy S3 Mini Wildfire SDenver TAC-10061

Installation:Before installing. Plse Backup:1: 'SoundFX' folder (/system/lib/soundFX/)2: 'audio_effects.conf' file (/system/etc/)Or do the nandroid backup using custom recovery…
1:Download the file from above2:Extract theDSPmanager.rar, Use a file browser of your choice (Root explorer,ES File Explorer,X-plore, etc...)3: In the 'app' folder. There are 2 folders (DSPmanager v1.0 & DSPmanager v2.0). I recommended v1.0 because old DSP works on all apps so put theold DSPmanager.apkfile on /system/app/ and change the permission to644 (rw-r-r)

4: Put the 'audio_effects.conf' file on /system/etc/ and change the permission to644 (rw-r-r)

5: Delete all stock .SO files in/system/lib/soundFX/(It's safe)6: Put all cyanomod .SO files on /system/lib/soundFX/ andchange the permission to644 (rw-r-r) on ALL .SO files in /SOUNDFX folder

Rept:change the permission to644 (rw-r-r) on ALL .SO files in /SOUNDFX folder

7:Rebootyour phone (Don't quick reboot your phone)8: Now start DSPmanager and change the settings you want and enjoy!
Tested on my Wildfires, Galaxy S3 mini and Denver TAC-70061
Which Options Should I Set?Even once you’ve got DSP Manager working on your phone, it’s still hard to get the settings right for the best possible sound. We’ll go through the options in turn.
First, you will find the Dynamic Compression option. You shouldn’t use this if you listen to modern music, as modern music is over-compressed in recording due to technological improvements in sound recording. Using dynamic compression will do nothing but distort the sound.
However, if you are a fan of music from the ’70s and ’80s, then this setting can be quite handy as these songs have not been compressed. (Do note that most remastered albums are over-compressed with sound editing so you shouldn’t use this for those.) A moderate level will be perfect and you will notice a significant incrse in the sound; also, the sound is likely to get a bit more crisp.
Now to Bass Boost. Bass Boost is probably the fan favourite setting and is one of the major rsons why most people want this app on their . There are three levels: Slight, Moderate and Extreme. Basically, setting the bass doesn’t only depend upon the bass that you want, but it also depends on the type of hd that you own. If you have high quality hd such as Bts by Dr Dre, then Extreme bass will not distort the sound and yet you will be able to get beefier bass. However, if you select the Extreme option with stock or average hd, then you will get nothing but distortion.
Now to the equalizer. Well, to be honest, the default presets are not bad at all. They have options for Rock, Further Bass and Treble.
You can also go for custom equalizer settings. If you raise the bars from left to right, along with moderate Bass Boost, you will get a very crisp sound along with hvy bass. Also, the highs and the treble will not be lost and the vocals will be clr. You can also play around with the bars in order to get the sound that you are looking for based on your preferences and the type of hd that you own.

Lastly, there is the option for a “virtual room” effect, which offers several options, including Studio and Live Stage, which you can select between depending on the type of sound which you are looking for.

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