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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by G671, Mar 28, 2016.

  1. G671

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    Is there a way to override that media volume pop-up warning? Even if I set my media volume to Max, it always starts off at 50% volume. And, when you try to turn it up, it gives you that pop-up warning message before it will let you increase the volume.
     

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    I'm not sure this will work, but Go to Settings/Sounds and vibration/Volume. Set your volume slider to desired level. Hopefully this should lock it in place.
     
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    Yeah, I've tried that. Even setting it at 100% on the slider, it still defaults to like 50%. Come to think of it, though, maybe it's just doing that when I connect my bluetooth headphones?? I'll have to check that out. Maybe it's just for headphones that it's doing it. Safety feature.
     
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    You're exactly right. That's what its programmed to do for safety reasons. Damn lawyers ;)
     

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