Favorite app to increase volume on your Nexus?


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  1. Viralmind

    Viralmind Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Since we know the Nexus One isn't the loudest phone out there, what have you found to be the most useful application to increase your phones media/call volume?
     

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  2. loganss

    loganss Active Member

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    AudioManager works real well for me. I'd def recommend it.
     
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  3. atn_chargers

    atn_chargers Well-Known Member

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    Our Nexus Ones are plenty loud. My only problem is the fact that the speaker is located on the back of the phone. When I lay my phone on the table.. its hard to hear it ring.
     
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    Viralmind Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    thanks!
    i was looking at this one, but didn't want to buy it until i heard something about it.
     
  5. loganss

    loganss Active Member

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    No need to buy it first. There is a free version available.
     
  6. Viralmind

    Viralmind Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    if you are talking about audio manager pro, i went to the devs app list and it doesn't have a free one.

    unless the "audiomanager widget" is the free version?


    ahhh, it seems that it is.
    i was looking for "lite" or 'free".
     
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    Viralmind Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    ok.
    i tried it and it doesn't do what i thought it would.

    i am looking for an application to make the phone louder than it already is.
     
  8. kaotix

    kaotix Well-Known Member

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    Just downloaded the AudioManager free widget and it's almost perfect. Perfect seems to be the paid app so I might just buy the Pro version.
    I've just got a new stereo in my car and use my phone to play music through it, the problem I have is that the media volume on my phone has to be on full. But then if I use my phone when I'm not in the car it scares the crap out of me as it comes on full blast.

    Can I just ask as a side note, does the UK (voda) N1 have the EU volume restrictions on it? My N1 was purchased direct from Google shortly after launch so I know mine has no restrictions.
     
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    I always found placing it down on a table makes it louder than just having it in the air? Soft surfaces like a bed are terrible though.
     
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    Roze Hiding behind a mystery VIP Member

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    I'm the opposite, I leave the volumn loud for incoming calls. So when I plug in my headphones to listen to music...yeah >_> kills my eardrums XD
     
  11. kaotix

    kaotix Well-Known Member

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    Seems like the complete oposite yeh. I have my phone on silent 100% of the time. Apart from alarms and media which are on full volume. Which causes the crap to be scared out of me a lot lol.

    I noticed on the Pro version of AudioManager that it has profiles so I can just switch between the different ones when I leave my car. Sounds perfect to me.
     

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