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Thread: AudioAmp Native App vs. 'Celestial.framework' Tweak

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    Default AudioAmp Native App vs. 'Celestial.framework' Tweak
    I just came across this article on TUAW and I wanted to know if anyone had any idea if this basic Celestial.framework tweaking mentioned in this article IS in fact what the AudioAmp native app does...

    I copied the Celestial.framework from the specified directory on the iPhone onto my computer, and then tried having a look at the .plist via TextMate, and I cannot seem to find any reference in the maximum volume.plist file to a value of 7.7, as stated in the article??? Perhaps this is due to the fact that I do currently have AudioAmp installed?

    Anyone have any ideas about this?

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    AudioAmp doesn't work; I think it installs to the wrong dir. The Celestial.framework tweak does work though, so you're better off using that.

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    How would I go about editing this to boost the speaker? What took could I use? Do I have to do it from the computer side or could I use a tool on the iphone and edit it?

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