Former Writer · Jun 16, 2012 at 06:30 am

DSP Manager Brought to Galaxy S III and Possibly Many More

DSP Manager, the well known music equalizer application usually found in CyanogenMod ROMs, has made its way around as a standalone application for some time. While it’s been around for a while, it’s still one of the premier equalizer applications for Android and it’s a welcome addition to any device.

DSP Manager is now available on the Samsung Galaxy S III, and is possibly compatible with many, many other devices. Brought to the device by XDA Senior Member apascual89 from the HTC One X section, users may be alarmed when the installation process mentions HTC’s flagship phone. However, this is normal because the recovery-flashable update.zip contains all the required libraries that should make this app compatible with a great deal of devices.

For more information, check out the Galaxy S III thread. If you have an HTC One X, you can find more info in the HTC One X thread.


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