lundi 27 mars 2017
If you’re facing issues while streaming music in applications such as Spotify or Pandora where the app doesn’t process your music through your equalizer application or audio mod, check out this Universal deep_buffer Remover module created by XDA Senior Member ahrion to fix the issue.
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XDA Junior Member wisniapl has released an unofficial port of Lineage OS 14.1 (Android 7.1.1) for the LeEco 1s. Everything is working fine except fast charging, video recording in Snapchat and YouTube 60 FPS videos. If you want to give it a try, check out the linked thread for more details.
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ADB & Fastboot Sauce is an All-in-One, Menu-Based Tool with Screencap, TWRP Backup/Restore, ADBSync Support, and More
Many people use ADB for only a few things here and there, but in reality there are a wide range of uses for ADB. XDA Senior Member bryantjopplin has made an all-in-one tool called ADB & Fastboot Sauce that offers a menu-based interface for you to access several ADB/Fastboot commands such as Fb2Png for screen captures, TWRP v3.1.0 backup/restore support, ADBsync for file management, and more.
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Sony Xperia devices feature audio enhancement software called ClearAudio+. Depending on which Xperia device you own, you’ll have access to various audio effects such as Clear Phase, xLoud, and Clear Stereo. If your Sony device doesn’t have these audio effects, then check out this Magisk Module by XDA Senior Member androidexpert35 which unlocks them on any Xperia device running Android 5.0+, provided you are on a stock-based ROM.
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If you’re on a stock, rooted ROM on the ZTE Axon 7, then check out this guide by XDA Recognized Developer jeboo to mod your framework to add two buttons to the power menu: reboot to recovery and reboot to bootloader.
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Remember Google Duo, the less criticized of the two Google messaging apps that were announced at Google I/O 2016? The video calling app was a good way of bringing video chats to the average consumer through its ease of use, although it massively suffered from declining popularity as many Google products do.
The limelight is now back on Google Duo, as Google’s Head of Product for Google Allo and Google Duo, Amit Fulay, took to Twitter to announce that audio calls are now rolling out worldwide on Google Duo.
#GoogleDuo Audio calls is rolling out worldwide now …
— Amit Fulay (@amitfulay) March 27, 2017
The audio calling functionality for Google Duo had been planned for a while, so it’s good to see it finally materialize and go live for all devices.
I am personally a fan of Duo’s simplistic approach to video calling, though my use cases and need for a video calling app itself were very slim. The hype for me worked for a short period after the initial launch of the app, but as the people I brought onto the app eventually uninstalled it, I had to as well. Google Duo did not work for me on a personal level due to lack of use cases.
Google Duo also faces competition from within Google itself. As has been the case in the past, Google launched another product that encroaches upon territory designated to a different app initially. With Hangouts Meet, Google recently gave us a competitor to Google Duo, further cutting down on the use cases of the app. Then there are talks of Google working on yet another social app for small groups to edit photos together, so depending on how that pans out, said rumored app could be encroaching upon some more territories.
What are your thoughts on Google Duo receiving audio calling? Was including this feature in a video calling app a smart move on Google’s end? Let us know in the comments below!Source: @AmitFulay
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