As you’re aware that there’ll be upgraded version of Fidelizer in upcoming release. However, it doesn’t decrease the quality of works I put into original Fidelizer one bit. Version 6.0 comes with big changelog fixing various issues found thorough the year. It also have some changes and improvements to be more stable and reliable. If you enjoy good sound from Fidelizer and want more for the better, consider Fidelizer upgrade program to advance your computer audio journey to the next step.
After releasing 9.0, I realized shortly after releasing that I haven’t done any theme updates. I also received feedback about missing the authentic elements in new updates so .I decided to make another update focusing on authentic UI. Improved Modern/Metro themes looks even better with glass transparency and Windows XP now comes with authentic port and iconized taskbar button.
To celebrate the launch of Fidelizer Upgrade Program, I added 25% off for next purchase of the same product in favor of JPLAY platform that may require 2 machines running Fidelizer Pro in agreement. This is introductory offer as for my birthday gift and will be gone after 31st August. If you use JPLAY as Control/Audio PC, you’d better not missing this chance.
As some people asked me from time to time about Fidelizer upgrade, current version has already done almost everything I could think of without modifying system. To extend the support and improvements, I decided to launch Fidelizer upgrade program starting from upcoming version 6.0 which should probably be released on my birthday. You’ll receive the benefits of Fidelizer upgrade program like this.
-Permanent system optimizations improving audio performance and compatibility with Fidelizer
-Support extended to computer audiophile server build
-No more anti-theft to protect software from being secretly integrated in other projects
These are main reasons for upgrade program. Unlike free version designed to work on ordinary PC that I can just release and forget about it, this upgrade program won’t be free because I need to put extra time and effort to support users’ needs and issues. But I can assure you that it will be fair price that should be acceptable for audiophiles.
It’s been a long while since last time updating this. My Xperia Z’s charging circuit is broken and I managed to fix it last month by replacing mainboard. I spent a few weeks trying to make stable audio improvements and god this is so sick. Default configuration is barely stable making little room for improvements. After fiddling with audio-caf and kernel buffer for a long while, I decided to give up on that and wait until new code is merged. I added new audio clock tweak based on what I discovered Note II mod so I hope this’ll somehow make up with 4.4.4 update and yeah MEOW-Kernel and TWRP still work.
-Added audio clock tweaks in kernel
-Added more bionic tweaks
-Applied full strict aliasing in kernel
-Removed audio driver tweaks for time being
-ROM will now use Linaro 4.7 toolchain for stable release
-Updated NDK to most recent version
New audio clock tweaks made me feel like listening to hifi DAP. If you flash another kernel, you’ll lose this tweak so keep that in mind.
As some people reported strange issues with version 11.0, I tried improving UxStyle to be more compatible in Yosemite/Windows 8 updates. Back then I used to have issues too like restarting computer and get classic theme on startup, changing theme but get classic theme sometimes. But now I haven’t seen any problem like that anymore in Windows 7/8/8.1. I think it’s ready for pushing another update to make sure everything is sorted out well.