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# This Patch Was created by "SavageD"
# On the 12/11/2011


Warning!
Use this patch at Your Own Risk!



What does it do exactly?

It makes the volume on the N900 slightly louder for the following:

1) Headphones
2) Speakers
3) Calls (phone call volume)
4) tv out


But only when using the Hardware volume keys!


What does each Script do?

AudioBoost.sh: Enchances audio Quality.

RemoveBoost.sh: Removes the AudioBoost.


Instructions:
1) Extract the folder unto the n900. Go to FileBox and make sure you have the Enable Root Option Selected.

2) Navigate to the AudioBooster folder using filebox.

3) Choose the "Open terminal here" option.

4) To use AudioBoost.sh type in this command in xterm: sh AudioBoost.sh

5) To Remove AudioBoost.sh type in: sh RemoveBoost.sh


Many Thanks to Chrome & Mart5.1 for their help....
Attached Files
File Type: zip AudioBooster.zip (51.8 KB, 3356 views)

Last edited by SavageD; 2011-11-12 at 04:26.
 

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Plz note that is different from my BoostN900 patch. Unlike the BoostN900 patch, this one has nothing to do with making battery life & responsiveness better.....or even reducing pulse audio cpu load for that matter.

All it does is make audio quality "better." Infact, If are using my old BoostN900 scripts then I recommend you remove it before using this script audio script.

Last edited by SavageD; 2011-03-02 at 17:33.
 

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is it safe ?
 
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Originally Posted by fatcobrah View Post
is it safe ?
Yes, very much so. But still try to limit the speaker volume as they are very weak on the n900, >_> trust me...
 

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Thank you! It is finished in a second )
 
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Could you please define "better"?
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Originally Posted by rm42 View Post
Could you please define "better"?
anything you imagine it to be. @_@
 

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Originally Posted by SavageD View Post
anything you imagine it to be. @_@
So you changed the default equalization?
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So you changed the default equalization?
Yes that is More or less the case, in addition to that the system is louder.
 
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Originally Posted by SavageD View Post
Yes that is More or less the case, in addition to that the system is louder.
Wow, it is great that you can do that. That means that we can have the benefits of equalization without the CPU hit of a post-process equalizer!

The only problem I see with this is that people have different tastes on what sounds good. That is the advantage of having an equalizer such as that on Someplayer. Could the settings be user modifiable?
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