MegaBassBeats Brings More Punch to the Galaxy SL and Galaxy 3
Android and XDA have been awash with volume and equalizer modifications since the porting of Beats Audio to all Gingerbread ROMs. Users have been flashing these mods left and right in order to give their music a little extra clarity, some volume, and a lot of extra bass. From Sony XLoud and Beats Audio to DSP Manager, Android has been always had a lot of great options for those to prefer to customize their audio. For the Samsung Galaxy 3 and the Samsung Galaxy SL, there is now an option that brings even more bass—if that’s what you’re into.
XDA Senior Member D3HuM4NiZ3D originally brought the modification to the Samsung Galaxy 3 and, with full credits given, XDA Senior Member bscraze ported it to the Galaxy SL. The result? Super bass awesome for whomever wants it. The mod comes in an easily flashable update.zip file for both devices to flash from their respective recoveries.
The results? A much more bass-driven experience that’s perfect for those into rap, hip-hop, or dubstep. While it may not be everyone’s cup of tea, Android is about options, and the option to make your headphones sound like those large subwoofers in your neighbor’s trunk is always welcome. Those who like their music a little clearer and less like a pimped out mid-90’s Cadillac should probably stay away for the time being.
For more info, download links and installation instructions, check out the Samsung Galaxy SL thread and the Samsung Galaxy 3 thread.
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