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VOLUME HACK?

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IS THERE A VOLUME HACK FOR XPERIA LIKE THE ONE FOR OMNIA

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Use SRS WOW HD Cab attached. Select internal stereo and settings as per pictures attached. it works wonders on my X1i operating on itje cooked ROM

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Use SRS WOW HD Cab attached. Select internal stereo and settings as per pictures attached. it works wonders on my X1i operating on itje cooked ROM

THANKS MAN

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hi men, i try many times to find where i locate the hack but i didnt find it :D

i download it dirct from my mobile to the momary card .but when i open it give me

message (there is no application associated with "index".run the application first, then

open this file from within the applciation.so any one can help me plz :)

i use both way to download on the card & phone but nothing :)

thx

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hi men, i try many times to find where i locate the hack but i didnt find it B)

i download it dirct from my mobile to the momary card .but when i open it give me

message (there is no application associated with "index".run the application first, then

open this file from within the applciation.so any one can help me plz :P

i use both way to download on the card & phone but nothing :(

thx

No hac just install the cab attached 2 posts above and reset. In settings you'll find SRS setting. use as per pictures attached and I feel u'll be satisfied

Bye

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Hi, can anyone confirm it works for X1 ?? Please kindly tell me that how do you install it..

I installed it and soft reset.. Tried playing with the setting of SRS and play a mp3.. dont notice any changes .. the sound came out from my speaker still sounds 'flat'

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Just tried this on my X1 - it seemed to disable all the volume controls (both the one on the top task bar and the one on media player) - Music still played at full volume regardless of what these were set to (including volume off!)

I assume this is not what it's meant to do??

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Use SRS WOW HD Cab attached. Select internal stereo and settings as per pictures attached. it works wonders on my X1i operating on itje cooked ROM

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in my xperia the gain option no there... i no have the gain option... what happen?

help me

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Use SRS WOW HD Cab attached. Select internal stereo and settings as per pictures attached. it works wonders on my X1i operating on itje cooked ROM

I clicked on the link and downloaded the Cab, that went fine, installed it to my xperia, that went fine, but when i open it through my settings it says ...

"There is no WOW HD driver loaded. The control panel will now exit" and then it closes ?

i take it its not ment to do that?

can you please help me !??

many thanks

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Well this one worked on my x2 xperia...so you need registry editor and way you go

try:

Go to ftp\\registry\HKCU

Change ALL the following to the value specified:HKCU/Control Panel\Phone\vol\65535 (General volume of the X2 including microphone input!)

HKCU/ControlPanel/SoundCategories/Attentuation\All to 5

HKCU/ControlPanel/SoundCategories/InCall/InitVol\5

HKCU/ControlPanel/SoundCategories/Ring/InitVol\5

Soft-reset

Press the volume up key and set it to the 5th indicator (Max)

Press volume up key 1 more time, and you will hear an additional beep 200% louder and the indicator marker remains the same at the 5th marker on the top. This means you have sucessfully tweaked your volume!

Do again while u are calling and talkin with some one- in-call- like u did in abowe "Press the volume up key and set it to 5th...."and congrats!

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