Volume issue...General


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  1. Ih8apple

    Ih8apple Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    So I got a new car, that has Bluetooth audio. Recently,I was on a long car trip, rocking along, and the volume went down significantly. I had a notification saying that "listening to media at high volume can damage your hearing, we are adjusting the volume."

    Now, even if I have both the phone volume and car volume at max, it is just nowhere near loud enough.

    I have a Motorola razr m if it matters.

    In settings, media volume is still listed at full volume...

    Do I need a volume booster app? Which one?
     

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  2. h4x0rj3ff

    h4x0rj3ff Chemist

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    hi i think theres a setting somewhere to override that max volume (try in you music app settings maybe?)

    im gonna move you over to the razr m forums and hopefully you can get better help over there :)
     
  3. argedion

    argedion The TechnoFrog Moderator

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    have you checked to make sure its not in the bluetooth settings of the car?
     
  4. VoidedSaint

    VoidedSaint Resident Ninja VIP Member

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    My car also has bluetooth settings with it and at volume 8 it can get louder as i am driving. and can get lower as i am slowing down. it is a possibility that it is inside the settings of the bluetooth in your car to protect your hearing.
     
  5. Ih8apple

    Ih8apple Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I doubt it. It lets me play music from cd, radio,xm, and ipod through the auxiliary jack much louder. Even when I plug the phone in through the aux jack, it is much lower.

    I am going to try a volume booster.
     
  6. ArmchairBear

    ArmchairBear Well-Known Member

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    There is a volume limiting app that come with the RAZR M (Acoustic Warning). There might be a way to disable it by looking for that app or in settings. I disabled it using Titanium Backup (requires root).

    Since you're playing music through Bluetooth the phone is assuming you're using headphones/headset and is limiting the volume to protect your ears.
     

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