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Old January 29th, 2013, 08:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know how to boost the volume Speeker on the Evo V Ive tried to but couldn`t. Ive used apps & nothing works. The one app Speaker Boost worked when I had the LG Optimus V & Elite but not for the Evo. I have the volume all the way up & it to low for me can anyone help?

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Old January 29th, 2013, 09:29 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Try Volume+ in the play store. It really helped my volume levels before I rooted.
But if you are rooted, the latest version of Beats Audio is worth a go. It sounds so sweet that I got rid of Volume+.
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Hello Users,

Does anyone know how to boost the volume Speeker on the Evo V Ive tried to but couldn`t. Ive used apps & nothing works. The one app Speaker Boost worked when I had the LG Optimus V & Elite but not for the Evo. I have the volume all the way up & it to low for me can anyone help?

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use mobster hd rom... he has some seriously huge audio mods and now my music/apps/youtube are real loud...
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My Evo just had a bad speaker. I spent months on speakerphone before I finally called VM for a phone replacement.
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My Evo just had a bad speaker. I spent months on speakerphone before I finally called VM for a phone replacement.
The speakers, like the camera, are decent, but not great.
You may even try what I do for my music, and that is run it through a free program for my pc called "Audacity". It let's you manipulate music including volume increase & decrease. I also use it to make my ring tones, which I change every few days.
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I used QPST to change my audio settings. See this thread on XDA for instructions:
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http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1147436 - couldn't do the link in my first post, apparently.
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The apps like Volume+ don't really work as well as you think they do, if at all even. I think I've seen a beats mod for the Evo V somewhere when I was looking for mods and roms. I have something for my Nexus 7 called xLouder I think it is. It definitely works, but I haven't looked to see if they have something similar for the Evo.
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I maxed all the volume levels in QPST when I first got the phone and it made no difference in my speaker volume.
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The apps like Volume+ don't really work as well as you think they do, if at all even. I think I've seen a beats mod for the Evo V somewhere when I was looking for mods and roms. I have something for my Nexus 7 called xLouder I think it is. It definitely works, but I haven't looked to see if they have something similar for the Evo.
xLoud doesn't do anything on this phone.
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The apps like Volume+ don't really work as well as you think they do, if at all even. I think I've seen a beats mod for the Evo V somewhere when I was looking for mods and roms. I have something for my Nexus 7 called xLouder I think it is. It definitely works, but I haven't looked to see if they have something similar for the Evo.
Volume+ may not work on your phone, but on mine it made a significant difference in all my volumes, including system (ringtones, alarms, etc). Thing is I found out long ago is that after you set it, you exit out using the home button instead of backing out. Also, when you use it with PowerAMP, there's a procedure to do with it exclusively. And like I said, the only reason I got rid of it was because Beats really makes the music cleaner, louder & sweeter than Volume+. Plus, with music enhancements, it's best to get rid of all other ones when you have Beats, to prevent conflicts.
But again, this is a personal experience and not all phones will respond the same. Your milage may vary.
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use mobster hd rom... he has some seriously huge audio mods and now my music/apps/youtube are real loud...
I wish those tweaks applied to all audio, not just the built in player.

I stream Pandora and Rhapsody more than anything...if I wanted something to spice up that audio, what would I do?

Also, what about alarms, and general sounds?
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I wish those tweaks applied to all audio, not just the built in player.

I stream Pandora and Rhapsody more than anything...if I wanted something to spice up that audio, what would I do?

Also, what about alarms, and general sounds?
yeah, his last update makes all volumes louder... music/videos/youtube... dont know about ui sounds or ringtones...
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yeah, his last update makes all volumes louder... music/videos/youtube... dont know about ui sounds or ringtones...
Beats Audio doesn't launch and there aren't any selectable audio enchantments options from within the app like the music player.
Is it something strictly behind the scenes?
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