Thank you for DSP Audio Filter. A couple of questions:
It crashes when I go out of the program by using back-key. If I exit using menu/exit it works OK.
I use the program for listening to sound of my bees (I am a beekeeper). It is not possible to use the standard headset of my Samsung Galaxy Note because the earphones and the mic are close to each other. I cannot have the earphones in my ears and use the mic because the bee hive is about 1/2 meter away. Is there a way to use the earphones and activate the telephone-mic? Alternatively is it possible to purchase a headset where the earphones and the mic are connected to two different cables and be separated from each other by 1/2 meter or so?
That is interesting. I was hoping that DSP Audio Filter is used to listen to animals and nature sounds. Great !!
As for the microphone: If you use a headphone with 3 pins ( no 4th pin for the microphone) your Android phone will use the internal microphone.
The other way would be to use an adapter from 4 Pin 3.5mm plug to 2 3.5mm jacks and you would be able to connect an external microphone in one jack and a headphone to the other jack. I believe this adapter is very hard to find. I might be able to make an adapter if you are interested.
As for the crashing: Can you tell me what phone or tablet you use ? Also, if the error appears you should get a message box asking you if you want to report the problem. Please click on it and I will receive the information from Google and I can look into the problem much easier.
Thanks for your reply.
I use Samsung Galaxy Note. As I said, the program crashes when I use the back button. When it does, it seems to continue crashing often until I restart my phone. Since last restart, I have been careful to exit the program via the menu button and it works ok. Next time it crashes I will report.
I found a Belkin adapter which allows one to use his/her own headphones with the headset and it does exactly what I need. It has a separate cable for the mic and the headphone. Each cable is about 1/2 m so it gives me enough room to work with.
I recently purchased (yesterday), a number of Wolphi’s products (DroidPSK, DroidRTTY, DroidSSTV, DSP Audio Filter, DTMF) and I found that when I have started DSP Audio Filter and fooled around with the program (which works), then after I exit the program, either by using the back key or using the menu exit, my loudspeaker audio is virtually non-existant .. I tried with earphones plugged in, and out.
The only way to get the normal loudspeaker volume back is to reboot the cellphone .. The phone is a rooted Samsung Galaxy S2 …
I wonder if the program reduces the loudspeaker volume when starting (prevent audio feedback) then ‘forgets’ to bring up the volume again to previous audio level when exiting ??
Other than that I am very happy with Wolphi’s products though I haven’t tested them all fully yet …
zs6ro, you are right. My Galaxy behaves the same. The volume of the telephone decreases after I use the Audiofilter. I just had not recognized that this is the reason. I hope there will be a solution to this problem because I find the program very useful.
All the best
I think I know where the problem is. I looked at the code again this morning and found out that I didn’t close the audio in a proper way. I will make some changes to DSP Audio Filter and upload an update to Google Play soon.
Thanks for the upgrade. Unfortunately, the sound problem persists. I restarted my phone, checked that the sound is ok, ran the new version of DSP audiofilter and checked the sound afterwards. It was very weak.
I found another problem in the source code which might have caused the audio problem after ending DSP Audio Filter. I uploaded V1.34 and I hope this solves the problem.
I have 4 testing devices here and I can’t duplicate the error on any of my devices.
Noted about version 1.34 .. Well there are two of us using a Samsung Galaxy though different models …
I thought of uninstalling but wondered if I will be required to pay again ??? … Think I’ll make a backup of all my Apps, then go through the uninstall and see what happens .. At least I should be able to get back to version 1.32 ..
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