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For some reason my DSP manager keeps shutting itself off. I have to disable it and enable the equalizer to get it working again and I have to do that every so often. I'm running GummyCharged GBE v1.5. Does anyone know how to fix the issue?

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Kejar said it may be due to not wiping between versions. Try wiping cache and davlik cache and if that doesn't work, do a full wipe.
 

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hoppermi said:
Kejar said it may be due to not wiping between versions. Try wiping cache and davlik cache and if that doesn't work, do a full wipe.
Nope. Still doing it :-\

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hoppermi said:
Kejar said it may be due to not wiping between versions. Try wiping cache and davlik cache and if that doesn't work, do a full wipe.
Did the full wipe (data, cache and dalvik) and still having FC on DSP...

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porlo said:
Did the full wipe (data, cache and dalvik) and still having FC on DSP...

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Same. I don't have the equalizer on at all, but it still crashes during phone calls.
 

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Volume+ is really good but it seems to glitch idk if its just gummy but if it can be fixed this would easily be the best app to boost volume
 

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Yeah, I just ended up removing it. I was having all kinds of minor audio glitches. We'll see if that was the culprit.
 
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