[Q] Is it possible to have more granular sound control?
One thing that bugged me about the Note (and most tablets/phones) was volume control. Often times I need to have the volume set low enough as to not disturb someone else in the home, but I have two choices, either I can't hear it or it is very loud.
I found a app called Fine Volume Control that allowed me to adjust the volume on a 100% scale in 1% increments or decrements. It allowed for the perfect volume level. The only part that made it suck was that you had to hit the volume up or done (sometimes making a video or whatever blast for a second) and you would get a "popup" volume control dial. Anyway, I'm assuming that the amount of control is (currently 15 points) must be somewhere in some section of the system that a root user could modify much like an app would only so that the volume buttons and sliders would adjust it properly with more levels of control.
Does anyone know if this setting exists and if yes, where would it be?
Network: Family Mobile (T-Mobile)
Current Devices:Galaxy Note 8.0 , Galaxy Nexus GSM/HSPA+, Nexus 7 (2012), Kindle Touch
Other/Family Devices: Samsung Galaxy S II, iPhone 3GS, iPad 2
Previous Phones: Evo 3D, Epic 4G, , Evo 4G, Samsung Vibrant, Samsung Intercept, T-Mo G1
Previous Tablets:Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Tab 8.9, Kindle Fire, Dell Streak 7, Asus Transformer, iPad, Archos 101, Nook Color and aPad