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    In call volume help?

    I have noticed lately that when i make or receive a call the normal phone call speaker volume is very low. I have it maxed out with the volume rocker but its still kinda hard to hear what the other person is saying.

    Is there a app or a file i can edit to change the in call volume? Thanks.

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    Di you go into menu, settings, sound, volume and turn everything up?

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    Yep. All volumes in settings/sound is maxed and in call cranked up durung call. I was told that the in call volime level is in one of the .lib files just dont know which one.

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    My S3 sounds low for these old ears. I tried to hack every file google and xda suggested but no real improvement. SP suggest my stock kernel is the reason nothing can change it. My old DINC was louder.

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    My sound was fine. Then about 2 weeks ago i noticed the volume of phone calls were lower than normal. I checked everything i could think of. Even tried Googling for headset or in-call volume booster for android. And nothing. Maybe a dev would have some insight to cranking up the volume for normal calls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eaglewtchr View Post
    My sound was fine. Then about 2 weeks ago i noticed the volume of phone calls were lower than normal. I checked everything i could think of. Even tried Googling for headset or in-call volume booster for android. And nothing. Maybe a dev would have some insight to cranking up the volume for normal calls.

    Sent from my ADR3010 using Tapatalk 2
    Wow, the in call volume didn't help? Did you install any apps for music(poweramp, etc..)? Maybe a memory manager that's messing with your phone settings. Has it been dropped, or shaken? I take it, that the volume's working for everything else? Mine, every once in a while( very infrequently) will not have full volume, in some apps, so I lowered the settings, in my memory manager( I use auto killer mem optimizer pro) to a saner level(lowering the foreground app setting). If you use a mem manager, make sure it's not fooling with your core system apps.












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