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[Q] How can I boost volume to watch films without headphones?

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19th August 2014, 10:49 PM   |  #1  
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I am root and I have installed Xposed Framework...

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20th August 2014, 05:07 AM   |  #2  
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I am root and I have installed Xposed Framework...

Tks

Search for "viper for android" install that and you can boost speaker volume nicely.

You can also modify your mixer_paths.xml file to boost speaker volume but viper is much better.
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Thanks for your help, but I can't install viper 😢. I'll try the suggested modification.
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Thanks for your help, but I can't install viper ��. I'll try the suggested modification.

In order to install viper you will have to copy audio.effects.conf from system/vendor/etc to system/etc then vipe will install and work as adverised (provided you also install busybox that is)

For some reason that file is not present in the system/etc folder and it needs to be there as well as system/vendor/etc for the viper installation to work.

Took me some work and help from others to figure that out in a round about way.

Oh and when you copy it make sure you change permissions to match everything else in that folder. You won't regret it, if you have any other problems the guys in the viper main thread are super helpful. or you can ask here and I will be glad to help also.
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you can also edit the default_gain.conf files in system/etc
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