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  1. ulao

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    I want to have my volume raise form 0 to last know volume level either on boot or once player starts. I use powerAmp but I dont see a feature like that in the player.

    why? Because I use my n7 for a car head unit. I like my music loud but not when I first get in. while it boots back up, I'm hopping to either set the volume to %10 and stay there, or better, slowly climb to where it was ( cancel-able if I press a volume control ).

    I see so many auto volume apps out there but cant make this work right. Does not have to be on boot, could just be on powerAmp start, or playback start.

    Ideas?
     

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    You can do that with Tasker.
     
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    I know I can set the volume to buzz/mute with tasker but there is no way to have it come back up or set to %10 or so.
     
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    Smart volume control + might help you out with this. You can set certain profiles and you should be able to set it at any volume you want and any time you want. I don't know about booting to a certain volume, but if you have everything set in the desired profiles, everything should be good. I hope that helps. :)
     
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    Yes, Smart volume control + should be able to do what OP is hoping to do. Op, just check out the lite version and see if it works for you. Have a good one! :)
     
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    Works great, even has a raise volume but no from boot option. :(
     

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