Android BassBoost - top ranked examples from Open Source projects

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This code example shows how to use the following methods: release, getProperties, setProperties
    public void test1_1Properties() throws Exception { 
        boolean result = false;
        String msg = "test1_1Properties()";
        getBassBoost(0); 
        try { 
            BassBoost.Settings settings = mBassBoost.getProperties();
            String str = settings.toString();
            settings = new BassBoost.Settings(str);
            mBassBoost.setProperties(settings);
            result = true;
        } catch (IllegalArgumentException e) {
            msg = msg.concat(": Bad parameter value");
            loge(msg, "Bad parameter value");
        } catch (UnsupportedOperationException e) {
            msg = msg.concat(": get parameter() rejected");
            loge(msg, "get parameter() rejected");
        } catch (IllegalStateException e) {
            msg = msg.concat("get parameter() called in wrong state");
            loge(msg, "get parameter() called in wrong state");
        } finally { 

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This code example shows how to use the following methods: release, getRoundedStrength, getStrengthSupported, setStrength
    public void test1_0Strength() throws Exception { 
        boolean result = false;
        String msg = "test1_0Strength()";
        getBassBoost(0); 
        try { 
            if (mBassBoost.getStrengthSupported()) {
                mBassBoost.setStrength((short)TEST_STRENGTH);
                short strength = mBassBoost.getRoundedStrength();
                // allow 10% difference between set strength and rounded strength 
                assertTrue(msg +": got incorrect strength",
                        ((float)strength > (float)TEST_STRENGTH * 0.9f) &&
                        ((float)strength < (float)TEST_STRENGTH * 1.1f));
            } else { 
                short strength = mBassBoost.getRoundedStrength();
                assertTrue(msg +": got incorrect strength", strength >= 0 && strength <= 1000);
            } 
            result = true;
        } catch (IllegalArgumentException e) {
            msg = msg.concat(": Bad parameter value");
            loge(msg, "Bad parameter value");

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This code example shows how to use the following methods: release, getRoundedStrength, getStrengthSupported, setStrength
    public void test1_0Strength() throws Exception { 
        boolean result = false;
        String msg = "test1_0Strength()";
        getBassBoost(0); 
        try { 
            if (mBassBoost.getStrengthSupported()) {
                mBassBoost.setStrength((short)TEST_STRENGTH);
                short strength = mBassBoost.getRoundedStrength();
                // allow 10% difference between set strength and rounded strength 
                assertTrue(msg +": got incorrect strength",
                        ((float)strength > (float)TEST_STRENGTH * 0.9f) &&
                        ((float)strength < (float)TEST_STRENGTH * 1.1f));
            } else { 
                short strength = mBassBoost.getRoundedStrength();
                assertTrue(msg +": got incorrect strength", strength >= 0 && strength <= 1000);
            } 
            result = true;
        } catch (IllegalArgumentException e) {
            msg = msg.concat(": Bad parameter value");
            loge(msg, "Bad parameter value");

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This code example shows how to use the following methods: setEnabled, setStrength
					Log.d("test", "bassBoost off");
				} 
			}else if(level > 20){
				bassLevel = (short) level;
				Log.d("test", "bassLevel = " + bassLevel);
				bass = new BassBoost(0, SessionID);
				bass.setEnabled(true);
				bass.setStrength(bassLevel);
				Log.d("test", "bassBoost on");
			} 
		} 
	} 
 
	public int getBassLevel(){ 
		if(!effect_on || bass == null){
			return 0; 
		} 
		return bass.getRoundedStrength();
	} 
 
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This code example shows how to use the following methods: getEnabled, setEnabled, getRoundedStrength
	} 
	 
	public void bassBoost(Context mContext, MediaPlayer mMediaPlayer, boolean enabled) {
		String TAG = "prototype_bassBoost";
		int sessionId = mMediaPlayer.getAudioSessionId();
		BassBoost bb = new BassBoost(0, sessionId);
		if (!enabled) {
			bb.setEnabled(enabled);
			return; 
		} 
		boolean bbEnabled = bb.getEnabled();
		Log.d(TAG, String.format("bb enabled? %s", bbEnabled));
		if (!bbEnabled) {
			Log.d(TAG, "enabling Bass Boost");
			bb.setEnabled(!bbEnabled);
		} 
		/*if (bb.getStrengthSupported()) 
			bb.setStrength((short) BB_LEVEL_LOW);*/ 
		Log.d(TAG, String.format("bass boost set to: %d", bb.getRoundedStrength()));
		 

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