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10th September 2014, 04:12 AM   |  #11  
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Combine this with Viper4andriod= Profit

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Which driver did you go with?
10th September 2014, 01:28 PM   |  #12  
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Which driver did you go with?

A4 version.

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19th November 2014, 07:59 AM   |  #13  
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Can anyone try this on lollipop? Don't wanna upgrade and lose this mod. TIA
20th November 2014, 06:10 AM   |  #14  
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Can anyone try this on lollipop? Don't wanna upgrade and lose this mod. TIA

I did this on my rooted Lolipop. It worked great!
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20th November 2014, 08:25 AM   |  #15  
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I did this on my rooted Lolipop. It worked great!

Thanks going to try it now
20th November 2014, 09:50 AM   |  #16  
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Yup still works with lollipop.
29th December 2014, 06:03 AM   |  #17  
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Originally Posted by perun

You need root and file manager with text editor i using root explorer.

Go to folder ETC and find file nvaudio_conf.xml

Change two walues:

<path>
<!--playback paths-->
<ctl name="Speaker Playback Volume" val="0x20"f/> change to 0x25

Is the "f" after the 0x20 in the above a typo? I don't see that in my nvaudio_conf.xml file.

I've got <ctl name="Speaker Playback Volume" val="0x20"/>

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Yep, it is.
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12th January 2015, 03:50 PM   |  #19  
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I can't save the XML file!
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Originally Posted by perun

It's working!

Edit file in etc/nvaudio_conf.xml

Find:

<path>
<!--playback paths-->
<ctl name="Speaker Playback Volume" val="0x20"f/> change to 0x25
And

</device>
<device name="speaker">
<path name="on">
<ctl name="SPK MIXR DAC R1 Switch" val="1"/>
<ctl name="SPK MIXR DAC R1 Switch" val="0" mode="AUDIO_MODE_IN_CALL" srate="16000"/>
<ctl name="SPK MIXR DAC R1 Switch" val="0" mode="AUDIO_MODE_IN_COMMUNICATION"/>
<ctl name="Int Spk Switch" val="1"/>
<ctl name="Speaker Playback Volume" val="0x20"/> - change to 0x25

I edited my nvaudio_conf.xml but I can't save it. I'm using Jota+ and I have Super User and Root access.
12th January 2015, 04:05 PM   |  #20  
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Try the editor of ES File Explorer. It should do the trick.
(After opening the xml in the editor click at the button at the top right-hand side to enter edit mode. When done just go back and it asks you whether to save.)

btw: I was able to crank up the volume to 27 max. Everything larger than that turns the speaker extremely quiet.
However, now the lowest volume is far too loud. Is there a way to get both, high volume and soft lower settings?


btw: Using Viper4Android is a bit glitchy at my device.on 4.4.2. Often the volume skips on the same loudness level and also sometimes annoying high pitch sound glitches appear.

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