Former Writer · Aug 11, 2012 at 07:00 pm

EVO 3D Camera and Music Mods Ported to ICS and EVO V

Very recently, we brought you news that the EVO 3D finally got an update to Ice Cream Sandwich. However, as Member Advocate Admin egzthunder1 stated in his article linked above, the update is far from satisfactory. Most reports agree that the update felt more like a consolation prize and less like something Sprint and HTC worked hard on. While ROM developers have been releasing stuff that is on par—and in many cases much better—than what Sprint and HTC released, those who want to stay true to stock do have some options as older mods have become available for the HTC EVO 3D.

Released initially by XDA Senior Member NODO-GT, XDA Senior Member mudhi, and XDA Recognized Developer mdeejay, two popular modifications have been updated to work on the latest OTA by XDA Recognized Developer coolexe. The first is a camera mod and the second is a music mod. They may not make the update better, but they certainly help make it more bearable. Consequently, both mods are also available if you happen to have the HTC EVO V, the Virgin Mobile version of the EVO 3D.

The camera mod and music mod have a plethora of features. For the camera mod the features are as follows:

* For Virgin Mobile ICS 1.13.652.2_R2 and Sprint ICS 2.89.651.2 Base.
* HDR, Panorama
* 1250 ISO
* Fast Click
* Sharpness Mod (For Sharp Photos and Videos)
* GPU Effects Mod (Photo/Video Enhancement)
* Video Bit/Rate Mod (But not working yet maybe due to kernel or something else)
* Front Cam 720p Video Recording
* Front Cam Image Auto-Enhance
* Framerate Stability Improved
* 0 Compression on Image
* Image Cap-Size Increased
* Video Recording Set to 30FPS @5.0 Mbits/Sec
* Stereo Audio Recording Set to 44100Hz @128kbits/Sec

And for the music mod:

* For Virgin Mobile ICS 1.13.652.2_R2 and Sprint ICS 2.89.651.2 Base.
* Buggy HTC Music Fix
* Video/Streaming Mod
–Working SRS, HTC 5.1 Without Breaking 3D Video
* Audio Mod
–Working SRS, Dolby, EQ
* Improved SRS Audio (More Bass and Surround) *Only For Wired & BT Headset*

Again, these mods won’t make the ICS update any better, but they will at least improve the camera and music experience. For additional info, go to the original thread.


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