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General increase volume application???

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by misdirection, Mar 7, 2009.

  1. misdirection

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    Guys,

    Is there any application on Andriod market where I can exceed the volume sound? I need it because I am Hard of Hearing, thanks!
     

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  2. misdirection

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    Anyone?
     
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    If you are talking call volume, then I am afraid there isnt anything available on the market. To increase the internal speaker volume you need access to the drivers, which without root is probably nigh on impossible. I havent looked at the code so I am just going by experience here.

    If you are talking MP3 volume, or ringtone volume then you are in luck. Grab yourself a copy of Audacity for your desktop, load in the MP3 or ringtone of your choice, and increase the volume, save it and put it back on your G1.
     
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    second thoughts, if you are having call volume problems you might want to invest in a headset that has an active amplifer, that is one that is powered by a battery.
     
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    Perhaps a bluetooth might serve you better? I personally dont know anyone who is hard of hearing, but dont they make special adapters or something of that measure for the hard of hearing?
     
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