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Music FX is the stock system equalizer. Rather an app makes use of it depends on how the app is written. Most music apps tend have their own DSP manager, while some make use of the stock one. Even if you download one from the store, it most likely won't be an equalizer for all apps as well. Disabling an apps own DSP manager will typically switch control to the system DSP manager, but that is not always a given.
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- 09-02-2013, 03:34 PM #11
did you notice the music app is white themed and the EQ is black themed(which is system theme)
its a system app called MusicFX check settings-->Apps-->All App-->MusicFX
the EQ is one of the activities(if you know how to trigger activities of apps using Nova launcher) of Music FX app.
most app make use of this stock EQ and changing this will affect most app.
check fernandezhjr comment above.
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