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Hi,

I know there has been some good working in applying a fix to he newer S4's to increase the volume.

I'm interested in the headphone increase for listening to music as I'm partial deaf and wondered if anyone has managed to amend the code below. Looking at the original thread its not the same value's

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Code:
SectionDevice
	Name "Headset"
	Comment "Headset Tx device"

	EnableSequence
		'SLIM_0_TX Channels':0: One
		'SLIM TX7 MUX':0:DEC8
		'DEC8 MUX':0:ADC2
		'ADC2 Volume':1:100
		'IIR1 INP1 Volume':1:62
		'IIR1 INP1 MUX':0:DEC8
	EndSequence
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I'm guessing you need to change the following:

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SectionDevice
        Name "Headset"
        Comment "Headset Rx device"

        EnableSequence
                'PRI_RX Channels':0:Two
                'SLIM RX1 MUX':0:AIF1_PB
                'SLIM RX2 MUX':0:AIF1_PB
                'RX1 MIX1 INP1':0:RX1
                'RX2 MIX1 INP1':0:RX2
                'HPHL DAC Switch':1:1
                'HPHR DAC Switch':1:1
                'HPHL Volume':1:100%
                'HPHR Volume':1:100%
                'RX1 Digital Volume':2:62.9%
                'RX2 Digital Volume':2:62.9%
                'COMP1 Switch':1:1
        EndSequence

        DisableSequence
                'RX1 MIX1 INP1':0:ZERO
                'RX2 MIX1 INP1':0:ZERO
                'HPHL DAC Switch':1:0
                'SLIM RX1 MUX':0:ZERO
                'SLIM RX2 MUX':0:ZERO
                'HPHR DAC Switch':1:0
                'HPHL Volume':1:0
                'HPHR Volume':1:0
                'RX1 Digital Volume':1:0
                'RX2 Digital Volume':1:0
                'COMP1 Switch':1:0
        EndSequence

        ACDBID  10:1
        EffectsMixerCTL "SRS TruMedia"
        EC_REF_RXMixerCTL "I2S_RX"

EndSection
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That's the wrong file to amend.

You need to amend this file: snd_soc_msm_2x

I think the original was 67.7% or something....i just changed the headset to 70%....I also changed the speaker etc etc......everything is now louder......good luck.
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can you post here your modification file of snd_soc_msm_2x?
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That's the wrong file to amend.

You need to amend this file: snd_soc_msm_2x

I think the original was 67.7% or something....i just changed the headset to 70%....I also changed the speaker etc etc......everything is now louder......good luck.
thanks all changed 70% and im now getting good volume.

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i think increase volume can be made by copyied the s4 files in s4 mini
i think is working because the 2 models use the same chip, Hexagon QDSP6, an the same language of comunication

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i think increase volume can be made by copyied the s4 files in s4 mini
i think is working because the 2 models use the same chip, Hexagon QDSP6, an the same language of comunication

who try?
No, it won't work. Different kernel drivers and different routing.
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Thanks, I too have now incressed my volumes to 70%, and all sounds great
EDIT: also added my modified snd_soc_msm_2x with 70% set on all.
Location /etc/snd_soc_msm_2x
Please backup your original.
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Hi I'd like to boost volume on my s4 mini i9195, I try to overwrite my snd_soc_msm_2x(located on etc/snd_soc_msm/snd_soc_msm_2x) file with yours but nothing change, Can you help me?
 
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Hi,

is it possible to increase the volume of the ringtones ? I think it is a little bit silent.On work I didn't hear the phone ringing.

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