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[MOD] DSP Manager from CayanogenMod [Stock based ICS]

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Compatible with all stock based ICS ROM's

here is the DSP Manager from CyangenMod that is used in my infusion ROM

This is for ICS only, flash via recovery, NO WIPES

DSP-Manager-ICS-only.zip

NOTE: it might be a good idea to first remove any other DSP you have installed (if any)

What is DSP Manager ? http://www.cyanogenm...s/dsp-equalizer

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I think you should make a single thread for your mods, that way people can keep up with your work, and no mod will get lost in the forum.

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once i have made them all i will make a new thread that links to them individuality, this way they all have there own thread and don't have mixed up comments :)

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That's makes sense, thanks :)

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damn i miss it on GB

Can i port dsp from 7.2?

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u can try.

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once i have made them all i will make a new thread that links to them individuality, this way they all have there own thread and don't have mixed up comments :)

That´s going to be good, thank you Tillaz :D

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Hmm, a DSP Manager, feel I should know what DSP is ?

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Hmm, a DSP Manager, feel I should know what DSP is ?

Digital Signal Processor. Just think of it as a graphic equaliser that can set different profiles for speaker, headphones and bt. It's handy if you have low volume via headset or if you just want to add a bit more bass to your tunes or games.

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Thanks Cyda, perfect answer :) :)

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is there a way to install it on b952 dload official?

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is there a way to install it on b952 dload official?

yes, just install CWM or TWRP then you can flash it in recovery

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