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Bluetooth aptx

  1. BeardedOctopus Gingerbread Mar 19, 2017


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  2. G_Nathan_Cheung_czPL Donut Mar 20, 2017


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  3. BeardedOctopus Gingerbread Mar 20, 2017

    BeardedOctopus, Mar 20, 2017 :
    ****... And do you know if the trick to enable APTX by flashing the drivers is still working on OOS4.1 ?
     

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  4. Tokolozi Marshmallow Mar 20, 2017

    Tokolozi, Mar 20, 2017 :
    think the new ARISE flash file includes AptX HD
     

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  5. Christian Fomm Froyo Mar 20, 2017


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  6. bc1977 Cupcake Mar 21, 2017

    bc1977, Mar 21, 2017 :
    It's not included and.... drivers installation throught zip or magisk module was working on 4.0.X but it's broken on 4.1.So no APTX at the moment... Lame!
    To test it by yourself:
    (if you're rooted)
    After starting your BT device and after starting playing music, in a log app like matlog, look for :
    btif_a2dp_encoder_init
    If it's aptX, good [​IMG]
    If it's SBC , no good [​IMG]
     

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  7. DavidPlus1 Cupcake Apr 11, 2017

    DavidPlus1, Apr 11, 2017 :
    I have OnePlus 3T and rooted on 7.1.1 and OOS4.1.1

    I've uploaded two different aptX zip files and tried both, and in both cases the phone connects to my car stereo (new Kenwood model with aptX) and the aptX logo shows briefly (1-2 seconds) on the head unit and then disconnects. .. I can then reconnect but without the aptX logo showing...

    I'll try the matlog later... any comments?
     

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  8. venious Eclair Apr 12, 2017

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  9. F_Geert_Taelman_uALJ Cupcake Jun 13, 2017


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  10. Rodriguezz Honeycomb Jun 13, 2017

    Rodriguezz, Jun 13, 2017 :
    I think if both devices are aptX enabled, a message pops up on the phone stating that your device is using the aptX codec.
     

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  11. F_Geert_Taelman_uALJ Cupcake Jul 7, 2017


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