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By vyshnav raj, Member on 18th June 2014, 04:22 PM
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26th August 2014, 05:30 PM |#11  
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This is a backup of my original file (or at least it should be).
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This is a backup of my original file (or at least it should be).

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This is a backup of my original file (or at least it should be).

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For some reason this got me into a bootloop. I wouldn't be mad if this happened however I'm mad because I didn't even need this because my headphones were loud enough. There's no other way than refleshing ROM/PCC repair right?
5th December 2014, 06:34 PM |#15  
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Originally Posted by vyshnav raj

Xperia M Sound Boost SS/DS

In Xperia M company(Sony) made some adjustment in sound for protecting ears,but the sound was too low.....
but we can increase the sound by editing snd_soc_msm_Sitar.txt
You can edit snd_soc_msm_Sitar.txt from..... root/system/etc/snd_soc_msm/snd_soc_msm_Sitar.txt

Open snd_soc_msm_Sitar.txt with Text editor in root Explorer or any other file explorer with root access.
Go down and find "Headphones"

Edit:
'HPHL Volume':1:68
'HPHR Volume':1:68


Change to:

'HPHL Volume':1:100
'HPHR Volume':1:100

Or:

'HPHL Volume':1:?
'HPHR Volume':1:?
As your wish you can adjust.(Maximum Limit is 100)

After all Set Reboot Enjoy

For avoiding distortion you want to have a good pair of headphones.

Take a look at the images down for better understanding...

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4th March 2015, 06:17 AM |#16  
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same is applicable for earpiece or not?
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same is applicable for earpiece or not?

yes it can be used to raise ear piece and speaker volume.
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