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Thanks sandwich. I had been looking around trying to determine if I could do that. I know that when I got the phone, they had promised that I would be able to upgrade from 2.3 to 3.0 later on, so I should be able to do it (if not, I'll raise hell lol). I'm not really enthralled with the idea of re-installing all of my apps though (which I presume I would have to do), but being able to do things like getting noozxoide running on it,  and getting usb audio out (so that I can try out my ele dac with my phone for fun) should make it worth my time. All I needed was someone like you to tell me that it could be done! Thanks.

 

If you are installing apps from the play store, they're automagically backed up. When you sign in again with a fresh install, it auto installs all those apps again. Unless you tell it not to but why would you want to do that?? biggrin.gif

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Search in the play store for noozxoide-EZIO rewire and install to enjoy the most natural sound you can get outta your android device....it it free and make so much of a different to the timbre that I c can't go back to listening with stock sound.....plus with neutron player its epic combo....and yes wayneumm you CAN DO IT!!! biggrin.gif
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If you are installing apps from the play store, they're automagically backed up. When you sign in again with a fresh install, it auto installs all those apps again. Unless you tell it not to but why would you want to do that?? biggrin.gif

 

Using kies air to upgrade my firmware as we speak. This in theory should upgrade my SGS2 to 4.0 without bricking it. Fingers crossed! Counting on some auto-magic :)

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Hope it work biggrin.gif ....then you can join mochill in audiophila world biggrin.gif
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Kies upgrades shouldn't wipe anything out. I did it for my wife's S1 going from 2.1 to 2.2 and none of her apps changed/needed reinstalling/etc. So hopefully, the same goes for S2. Honestly tho... you should look into installing CyanogenMod 10. Jellybean is silky smooth on the S1. You should be flllying on the SGS2. I have an S3 now and turned the S1 into a Galaxy player. The battery life is incredible now without the cell antenna going.

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Kies upgrades shouldn't wipe anything out. I did it for my wife's S1 going from 2.1 to 2.2 and none of her apps changed/needed reinstalling/etc. So hopefully, the same goes for S2. Honestly tho... you should look into installing CyanogenMod 10. Jellybean is silky smooth on the S1. You should be flllying on the SGS2. I have an S3 now and turned the S1 into a Galaxy player. The battery life is incredible now without the cell antenna going.

 

Thanks. I successfully upgraded to 4.0.3, so that's great. Sadly when I go to install noozxoide ezio-rewire, it still says that it is incompatible with my Telus Samsung SGH-T989D. I sent a query to the developer.

 

At any rate, I'll stop with the OT posts now. But thanks for yours and mochills help!

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Thanks. I successfully upgraded to 4.0.3, so that's great. Sadly when I go to install noozxoide ezio-rewire, it still says that it is incompatible with my Telus Samsung SGH-T989D. I sent a query to the developer.

 

At any rate, I'll stop with the OT posts now. But thanks for yours and mochills help!

You can download it separately and install it. I'm not into eq and music effects but you can try it if you want https://hotfile.com/dl/189310337/5983fde/Noozxoide_EIZO-rewire__PRO_-_v2.0.1.10.apk.html  

Btw it's been almost 50 days and still no news of my ELE. I guess the info that the Hong Kong seller is using China Post too is correct coz that's the only post office in the world that can pull off something like that almost every time.

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Btw it's been almost 50 days and still no news of my ELE. I guess the info that the Hong Kong seller is using China Post too is correct coz that's the only post office in the world that can pull off something like that almost every time.

 

Do you have a tracking number?

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Do you have a tracking number?

No, which is odd but China Post tracking numbers are seriously uses anyway  - you just see your items being opened and held for weeks at some stupid office and that just makes you mad. Anyway, it's not a big issue coz I know it will come eventually. I don't really need it but I just wanted to hear what the fuss is all about. 

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Do you have a tracking number?

No, which is odd but China Post tracking numbers are seriously uses anyway  - you just see your items being opened and held for weeks at some stupid office and that just makes you mad. Anyway, it's not a big issue coz I know it will come eventually. I don't really need it but I just wanted to hear what the fuss is all about. 

 

What is your location?

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What you end up with is almost 100% silence, you can hear sound if you listen closely and the drivers are still moving. I'm not sure you'd want to do this with something over $100, though it works well for me. My only concern is how much actual air and movement the drivers are getting because I guess it's rather air tight in there. tongue_smile.gif But for what I need this to do is perfect. Give it a try and see how quiet it becomes. wink.gif

Here's a photo of the end results.


You already mentioned it, but I don't think I'd want to do that since the whole point of burning in is to get the drivers moving as freely as possible. Unless the IEMs are really well vented, I can't see how this wouldn't impact the how the drivers flex.

Then again, with how small these micro-drivers are, it may not be moving enough air to make a difference. 

 

Any scientists in the crowd? :D

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well.. i was expecting the ele dac i ordered jan 4th to come this week but yesterday travelinwind (ebay seller) told me the parcel had been shipped back to him for some reason. he shipped it again and now i have to wait for another two weeks at most. on the bright side i ordered the AD900X from audiocube and i expect them to arrive maybe friday next week. i can't wait to get them onto my ears!

 

Remember, don't judge them AD900X on open box, they only begin to sound half decent after at least 30 hrs, mine are sounding pretty good right now, I'll keep burning them until I don't hear any differences and then report back here.

 

Verdict so far: ...well worth the moolahs I paid. L3000.gif

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Oh yea if these cans don't make you a believer of burn in I don't know what will. They open up so much it is amazing. They sound so compressed on open box. But that is how my A900X sounded on open box as well so I knew it was gonna take some burn in to bring out the sounds on em.

 

Played a few rounds of BF3 today using the AD900X. Sound positioning is the best I have ever heard and realistic too. Love the fact that these have bass.


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You already mentioned it, but I don't think I'd want to do that since the whole point of burning in is to get the drivers moving as freely as possible. Unless the IEMs are really well vented, I can't see how this wouldn't impact the how the drivers flex.


Then again, with how small these micro-drivers are, it may not be moving enough air to make a difference. 

Any scientists in the crowd? biggrin.gif

Let's take this one step crazier! The reason for my invention was to give a 3.5 to 3.5 mini to mini cable a recommended 100 hours burn in. devil_face.gif (watch flames fly now) tongue_smile.gif So the earphones really had no purpose but to complete a signal flow for that particular application my invention worked very well.

Should heaR the cable now, sounds FANTASTIC. wink.gif

Here's the next interconnect I have lined up for purchase. $120 US.

Axiom // Mini to Mini

http://bigonnoise.com/page7/page7.html#TB_inline?height=400&width=600&inlineId=detail1_page7
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Why have I just bought £300 IEM's if these, at £10 or £20 will be so good?

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