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Raise Volume on Bluetooth Headset

16th April 2014, 03:39 PM |#1  
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I picked up a pair of jaybirds I absolutely love. I've upgraded to kitkat and I rooted it, what is the best way to go to raise the volume on my bluetooth headphones? They sound nice I don't want to blow my ear drums but would like a little more kick, thank you. - Chris
 
 
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I use viper4android fx and it work brilliantly. My volume is set to only 25% and the music is so loud and awesome. But only downside is you need to be Rooted to use it.

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I use viper4android fx and it work brilliantly. My volume is set to only 25% and the music is so loud and awesome. But only downside is you need to be Rooted to use it.

Sent from my SM-N9005

My device is rooted. I saw viper4android on there but there are a bunch of them with chinese text. which one do i get? Also, can you tell me what settings you use? thank you.
18th April 2014, 02:17 AM |#4  
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I picked up a pair of jaybirds I absolutely love. I've upgraded to kitkat and I rooted it, what is the best way to go to raise the volume on my bluetooth headphones? They sound nice I don't want to blow my ear drums but would like a little more kick, thank you. - Chris

mixer_paths.xml controls the audio in KitKat.

/system/etc/mixer_paths.xml

I'd suggest google more info on this before playing with the settings. Good luck!!!
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mixer_paths.xml controls the audio in KitKat.

/system/etc/mixer_paths.xml

I'd suggest google more info on this before playing with the settings. Good luck!!!

I did. I managed to increase the volume with plug in ear buds but what about bluetooth?
18th April 2014, 01:22 PM |#6  
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I did. I managed to increase the volume with plug in ear buds but what about bluetooth?

You may have better luck with this. I use Moderate or Moderate Lite. Just make sure it's compatible with whatever device you are using. It works on my AT&T Note 3 though.
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