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New Booster Audio for WM
If you use previous versions of Manila on your Windows Mobile device, Booster Audio may be of your interest. XDA member antoniomistretta presents this new hTC style equalizer with 10 bands to fine tune your desired equalization when listening to your music. Booster audio will work on newer Manila versions as well.
Includes lots of pre-sets and you can add custom ones as well.
Works with or without headsets.
Originally posted by antoniomistretta
New boosteraudio for all!
The new boosteraudio for all those who have previous manila!
Work fine on italian rom!
I confirm! Even after a soft reset! Operates and maintains the settings!
This is original boosteraudio of the last version of manila!
Continue to application thread here.
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