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post #586 of 812

Did you check the APN and made sure you're using the right one? 

post #587 of 812
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Originally Posted by razor5cl View Post

Does it not work on the HTC One?

 

I have discovered that it indeed does. Just download/install it and it's done. Just make the adjustments you like. I discovered this by messing with the line-out options while listening to music on Poweramp with none of it's DSP options enabled. Just adjusted EIZO. It was really noticeable when I checked the option about "Balanced X-EQ". The first option.

 

I'm assuming once it's installed, your device, weather it has the option to use it in sound settings or not, will just resort to it, by default. Just be sure to turn Beats Audio off, if you have it on.


Edited by J.Pocalypse - 9/16/13 at 6:54am
post #588 of 812
Thread Starter 

Has anyone figured out a good way to transfer files from iTunes to an Android device while also transcoding the files?

I want to put my mostly ALAC library onto my Galaxy Nexus in MP3 format and use that as my new media player.

post #589 of 812

Try something like MediaCoder on Windows and Max on Mac?

post #590 of 812

What I did; Have all your lossless files on an external HDD and get dBpoweramp Music Converter. Then, in the morning, before you go to school/work or before you go to bed, use the batch convert option and have them saved to your local/internal HDD. Just another option..

post #591 of 812

that's just an app they include. You won't need hardware acceleration, it's got a dual core processor!

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post #592 of 812
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by J.Pocalypse View Post
 

What I did; Have all your lossless files on an external HDD and get dBpoweramp Music Converter. Then, in the morning, before you go to school/work or before you go to bed, use the batch convert option and have them saved to your local/internal HDD. Just another option..

 

The only problem with that is I'd like to export playlists from iTunes as well.

post #593 of 812

I am currently using a HTC One running Android Revolution 22.0.

Took me 3 days after buying to install a custom rom.

With the Galaxy nexus it took 3hours.

I cant stand running it stock. So much lost potential.

post #594 of 812
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Originally Posted by Netrum View Post
 

I am currently using a HTC One running Android Revolution 22.0.

Took me 3 days after buying to install a custom rom.

With the Galaxy nexus it took 3hours.

I cant stand running it stock. So much lost potential.

 

I keep thinking about going back to Sense, purely for the camera.

post #595 of 812

But it is sense, Just not stock.

So you have everything from both worlds. :)

post #596 of 812

I just found this thread after 2 years.......... Im running Paranoid Android on my Note 2 ^^

post #597 of 812
Anyone else here using 'Nexmusic'? I really dig the ui.
post #598 of 812

The 4.3 update has killed bluetooth keyboard usage with my Nexus 10 (and everyone else according to the internet). Very annoying Google, guess I'll look into rooting it.

post #599 of 812
Nexus 4 here running psx+neo the fastest combination for nexus right now smily_headphones1.gif about 10000 on quadrant, amazing battery life to about 2 days. Supersmooth and sq is great with shuttle+ and viper4android with my sony xb90ex smily_headphones1.gif
post #600 of 812
The 4.3 update for my HTC one made the quadrant benchmark drop by over 2,000 points. :/

I just like having the toggles in the notification bar now.
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