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Default Desperate for a decent volume booster app

I use my NT at work, so for obvious reasons, I can't use headphones. That stinks, because my internal speaker volume is incredibly quiet when using CM10.

Is there a setting in CM10 that allows for boosting speaker volume, or is there an app out there that is compatible? I'm running meghd00t, and have already tried Speaker Booster---not much of an improvement.

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I'm running the same setup as you and wanted a sound boost. Installed Volume+ v2 alpha and froze DSPManager with Titanium backup and got a considerable sound boost.

Here's the link if you want to check it out.
http://androidaudiohacks.com/?p=1696

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I'm running the same setup as you and wanted a sound boost. Installed Volume+ v2 alpha and froze DSPManager with Titanium backup and got a considerable sound boost.

Here's the link if you want to check it out.
http://androidaudiohacks.com/?p=1696

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Freeze DSP manager? That's a new one on me. What does that do?

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NVM, I figured it out. And yeah, it does good! Thanks

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Try Speaker Boost from the play store. Works great.

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Try Speaker Boost from the play store. Works great.

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I agree. SpeakerBoost is fantastic. You can also find it on the Amazon android market.

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