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  • jsen 11:05 pm on April 26, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, g2, kitkat, sound, viper, viper4android   

    Viper4Android 4.x 

    What you need:

    • Android 4.x
    • Rooted

    Here is the download link for Viper: http://vipersaudio.com/swupdate/viper4android/download.html

    1. After you download and install the one for 4.x in the download link above, open it up and it’ll have you install the drivers. I always do super high quality. Itll download and then tell you to reboot. Reboot.

    2. Go into settings > apps and disable DSP manager.

    3. Download this app: http://goo.gl/YGjmb and move Viper4Android to a system app and itll make you reboot again. I know there are other ways to do this but I’m lazy and found it easy to do.

    4. Now Viper is your “stock” equalizer. From here you can go into the app and make the settings whatever you want. I honestly haven’t gotten into the actual advanced settings much but here is how I have mine under headset and bluetooth:

    Master Power: enabled
    Forced Enable V4A: unchecked (dont mess with this, itll make you lose audio on youtube)

    Playback Gain Control: Enabled
    Effect Strength: Extreme

    Firequalizer: Enabled
    Preset: Rock (you can make this whatever you want of course but as a metal head I think rock has worked the best for the preset ones)

    Headphone Surround +: Unchecked (sounds weird to me)
    Effect Level: Unchanged

    Viper Bass: Enabled
    Bass Boost: 12.0 dB

    Viper Clarity: Enabled
    Clarity: Default

    Auditory System Protection: Unchecked
    Binaural Level: Unchanged

    Common Issues: At times I have found it likes to go out and sounds like poop. A lot of times all I have to do is open the Viper app and it kicks back in for awhile without issue and others I have to enable compatible mode.As somebody said previously compatible mode can also cause issues with YouTube and other apps with its audio. This is the link for the XDA G2 Viper support thread, http://goo.gl/w26cyi. Check that out in as there are people that go 100000x more into it than I do but with just the settings I use I think it sounds good enough but that’s a good place to go and learn how it works and get some really good support for it.


  • jsen 3:33 am on April 14, 2014 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, nexus   

    GNEX dead. I think it’s the screen.
    Well… it’s a good run. Learn lots abt rom/kernel tweaking. Been fun.
    Now what’s next?

  • jsen 10:45 pm on May 31, 2013 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, ,   

    Samsung Galaxy Nexus

    Stable as a rock.

  • jsen 3:24 am on May 10, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, ,   

    On CM7 + Glitch’s V8A kernel.
    No OC, UV as follows. (Pimp my CPU app)

    1000 Mhz – 50mV
    800 Mhz – 75mV
    600 Mhz – 100mV
    400 Mhz – 100mV
    200 Mhz – 125mV
    100 Mhz – 150mV

  • jsen 6:32 pm on May 9, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, ,   

    There you go! Based on NIGHTLY.

  • jsen 9:43 am on May 8, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, ,   

    PerkaROM v.30
    FuguMod Ultra Bleeding edge.

    Same filesystem as below.

    9th May – scratch that, will be going for CM7 (2.3.4)
    Here it goes.

  • jsen 2:04 pm on April 28, 2011 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, ,   

    Currently on
    /system -> reiserfs
    /data -> ext4
    /dbdata -> jfs
    /cache -> jfs

    Blazing fast. 2.3.3 GB.

  • jsen 10:43 pm on December 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, battery   

    Credit @xda (byrong)
    I realize that much of this is common knowledge on XDA. Still, every day I see people post about how their phone “loses” 10% as soon as it comes off the charger. I also have friends who can’t understand why their battery drains so quickly. Trying to explain this to people without hard numbers is often met with doubt, so I figured that I’d actually plot it out with real data.

    So it’s not a piece that is optimized for this audience, but I hope that you find it interesting


  • jsen 9:08 pm on December 28, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, , oc/uv   

    I9000 OC/UV

    Good UV Values :
    1600000 -150
    1500000 -150
    1400000 -175
    1300000 -175
    1200000 -25
    1120000 -25
    1000000 -50
    900000 -50
    800000 -50
    600000 -50
    400000 -75
    200000 -75
    100000 -75

  • jsen 9:51 am on December 23, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: android, , samsung   

    Samsung released XXJPX source codes.
    GT-I9000 EUR JPX GT-I9000_OpenSource_Froyo_update2.zip

    Now we need more devs!

    ALSO………. back to JPY Doc’s rom + Voodoo’s EXT4
    GPS/Battery life is superb!

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