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Thanks I'm on Gingerbread, older phone.L3000.gif
Then get the gb version also in the above link smily_headphones1.gif
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time for some troubleshooting! Believe me it's totally worth the trouble.

Did you put it in system/apps folder? Did you choose the right cpu type?

Yes to both.
post #108 of 381

Poweramp Due to Compatibility With Viper4Android FX, much better GUI and looks compared to other music players. One of the best music players for jellybean, Hands Down.

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Then get the gb version also in the above link smily_headphones1.gif


I did

post #110 of 381
A good comparison - The Pioneer SE-A1000 is an open Shure SRH940
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Then get the gb version also in the above link smily_headphones1.gif


Hey there blogs. Finally got this installed. Turns out rooting an old Galaxy I9000M aint no easy thing.

 

This is the best thing to happen to Android audio yet. There are 2 types of people with android devices now. Those running viper, and those who are going to.

 

Jesus, but this is good, thanks!biggrin.gif

post #112 of 381
I don't think it runs on my device.
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Read through the thread-have tried many players, most of the ones mentioned and quite a few more, liked the sound of Neutron, couldn't stand the UI and could never get it to work properly for me. Wound up ditching up music apps altogether, use Google Play when I have to, Mog for some streaming/downloads, and mostly separate daps for real listening.

post #114 of 381
I find that Google Play is good for streaming, but playing local music files leaves a lot to be desired. The UI is quite nice but it reads ID3 Tags wrong and won't change them, and can't backup playlists etc.
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Read through the thread-have tried many players, most of the ones mentioned and quite a few more, liked the sound of Neutron, couldn't stand the UI and could never get it to work properly for me. Wound up ditching up music apps altogether, use Google Play when I have to, Mog for some streaming/downloads, and mostly separate daps for real listening.

"real listening". Quote of the year. Too funny. God this place cracks me up sometimes.
post #116 of 381
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Read through the thread-have tried many players, most of the ones mentioned and quite a few more, liked the sound of Neutron, couldn't stand the UI and could never get it to work properly for me. Wound up ditching up music apps altogether, use Google Play when I have to, Mog for some streaming/downloads, and mostly separate daps for real listening.

"real listening". Quote of the year. Too funny. God this place cracks me up sometimes.

I guess people don't know how to listen attentively to music anymore...

post #117 of 381
Don't be silly.
post #118 of 381
I've just made the switch from iPhone and must say I'm really impressed with poweramp on my S4 paired with my CIEMs, both in terms of sound and UI. It really does encompass all the features I had been searching for in a player! Think its time to retire the rockboxed Clip+ and E17.

And I don't really get this 'real listening' or 'listen attentively to music' thing... I'm a semi-pro musician so don't take my music lightly but I don't see how people can get the full enjoyment of their music, whether it's Rachminov or Ramstein, if they are constantly listening out for artifacts or to critique a source. If listening in that manner is what brings you enjoyment fine, but it's a little rude to look down your nose at people because they receive the same enjoyment using lower end equipment.
post #119 of 381
I think that you can enjoy music on its own just the same as while doing something else, eg reading a certain internet forum. As long as you don't deliberately try to criticise it or test some gear etc.
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I think that you can enjoy music on its own just the same as while doing something else, eg reading a certain internet forum. As long as you don't deliberately try to criticise it or test some gear etc.

 

 

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Read through the thread-have tried many players, most of the ones mentioned and quite a few more, liked the sound of Neutron, couldn't stand the UI and could never get it to work properly for me. Wound up ditching up music apps altogether, use Google Play when I have to, Mog for some streaming/downloads, and mostly separate daps for real listening.

"real listening". Quote of the year. Too funny. God this place cracks me up sometimes.

I rest my case...of course, there is no requirement to listen "seriously". Some people like movies, some books, I like to listen while I'm doing something else as well, have music all day at the office, but it's not the same as listening while not multitasking IMO. Of course, everyone is different, but most studies suggest multitasking doesn't allow the same focus as doing a single activity.

(I should feel honored having the "Quote of the year")

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