Looking for a way to enhance the quality of sound reproduction on your Samsung Galaxy S4 or Galaxy S3? Although you can only do so much by investing in a good pair of earphones, there are several tools available that you can flash to gain greater improvements in sound reproduction. For instance, MegaBassBeats audio engine can bring superior sound quality on Galaxy S4 and S3 devices.
Based on the Beats libraries, MegaBassBeats mod replaces audioconfig file on your Galaxy S4 and S3 with its own configuration and boost the quality of the audio that is heard with headphones, speaker or Bluetooth headset.
It features the followings:
– Louder output in headphones and speaker
-Chrispier, much clearer sound
– DSP manager included in the installation
Of course, there are plenty of audio equalizer apps available from the Google Play store to process the sound for better quality, but the Beats mod works by implementing its own configuration by overruling the original MusicFX from Samsung.
Here is how to install Beats Audio mod on Samsung Galaxy S4 and S3.
Disclaimer: The tutorial given below is meant for advanced users only. Do it at your own risk. We at techtrickz.com will not take any responsibility if anything went wrong by doing below steps.
Turn off your phone and boot it into Recovery mode by pressing and holding Volume Up + Home + Power keys at the same time for a few seconds until you see the recovery menu.
Select “install zip from sdcard – choose zip from sdcard” and select the zip file. Confirm your choice to proceed with installation.
After installation completes, select Wipe Cache Partition and choose “Yes”.
Then, select Advanced – Wipe Dalvik Cache and choose “Yes”.
Then, select Advanced – Wipe Fix Permissions and choose “Yes”.
Finally reboot your device. After the phone boots up, open app drawer, enable the Beats equalizer, and configure/tweak the settings as per your preferences. Enjoy!
Note: Non-techie users can use an app such as Equalizer to enhance audio on their device. It enables you to alter the sound levels across the whole device.