Mar 4th, 2012

One of HTC’s latest boasting material is the fact that its devices exclusively come with Beats Audio integration. But users are simply out of the loop if they are not HTC device owners. XDA Developers member RockoDev has just solved this issue, porting the Beats Audio software to all non-HTC devices.

Granted, the software probably won’t work as well as it does with HTC devices. But it will surely bring some sound improvements to your tunes. Users are reporting great audio quality, with better bass and much clearer sound.

HTC brought some improvements to Beats Audio with its newest UI overlay, HTC Sense 4.0. The software now allows third-party apps to take advantage of Beats Audio’s improved sound quality. And the API is available for all developers that want to jump in.

Users will need to have root access in order to flash the Beats Audio software, so the usual disclaimer applies. Doing this may void your warrant and/or harm your device. Do this at your own risk, as no one but you is held liable in case anything goes wrong.

If you are still feeling like improving your music experience, head over to the XDA Developers site for more details. Also, check out the developer’s video, which walks you through the process of flashing the software.

[Source: XDA Developers Via: Android Central]

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