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MusicBox for HTC One X Gives Users Global Sound Control
Sound enhancement apps in Android are plentiful. And due to their use in OEM-provided enhancements like HTC Beats, many users have grown to expect similar experiences on all devices. Other music-based modifications have appeared in the forums, including mods that allow for equalizers and sound enhancements to be used system wide on Android phones—meaning that music isn’t the only thing affected by the changes. Ringtones, headset audio, and other system sounds are included as well.
For HTC One X, there is now an application that helps users customize the sound to their liking. MusicBox by XDA Recognized Contributor lyapota does as it claims, and is quite simple to use. Here’s the list of features:
The MOD give HTC Global Sound control on system level & add some non global effects.
Control sound effects
Select beats profile for wired HeadSet
Add non global WOW effects – SRS, HTC, Voice, HTC 5.1
In essence, it’s a new way for users to control their audio profiles. The profiles provided include the standard ones that come with the One X, along with additional profiles. For more info, check out the original thread.
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