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Camera and Music Mod for the EVO 3D
Music and camera modifications have been popping up frequently in recent months. Camera modifications for the HTC Vivid and HTC Sensation, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S II and Galaxy S III have given users over a wide range of phones better cameras. Paired with the many available music modifications, many Android devices are being optimized for better media experiences.
The HTC EVO 3D now has a camera and music mod of its own. Released by XDA Recognized Developer coolexe, the modifications bring features that refresh the aging device’s camera and music experience including:
* For 1.13.652.2_R2 Base.
* HDR, Panorama
* 1250 ISO
* Fast Click
* Sharpness Mod (For Sharp Photos and Videos)
* GPU Effects Mod (Photo/Video Enhancement)
* Front Cam 720p Video Recording
* Front Cam Image Auto-Enhance
Some of the features of the music mod include:
* Buggy HTC Music Fix
* Video/Streaming Mod
–Working SRS, HTC 5.1 and Beats Audio Without Breaking 3D Video
* Audio Mod
–Working SRS, Dolby, EQ and Beats Audio
* Improved SRS Audio (More Bass and Surround) *Only For Wired & BT Headset*
While not everything is working 100% properly yet in either modification, the developer is trying to squelch bugs and add new features. For information on both mods, download links and instructions, go to the original thread for more details.
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