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Default How can i disable this stupid notice?

Hello to all,
how can I disable the annoying notice of hearing damage when you increase the volume at max level?
 
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Hi.. If you are rooted, you can use wanam xposed app. There is an option to disable loud volume warning.
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Hi.. If you are rooted, you can use wanam xposed app. There is an option to disable loud volume warning.
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Correct: at the beginning it seemed to work, but after a reboot, it does not work anymore (ml1 stock rom rooted with root the la vega).
 
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Hmm.. for me it works always.. I'm rooted via rdlv also.. and i have p605 mj9 stock.. so I don't know why it's not working for you
 
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Maybe... samsung knox?
 
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Also make sure your superuser is Granting win amp to run on boot up

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Ok I fixed it, I didnt install the framework Xposed, now it work.
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