Do you use it in the way i described? Do you max out the volume?
I'm using at level 3 (max) and most of the time with high quality checked and max volume. I have some mp3 and videos with low volume and since the volume gets louder when the high quality box is unchecked I turn it off eventually.
I read that you use the aux port on your car and I can't say nothing about this because I've never used it this way but on Bluetooth it's working great.
Sorry to ask,
But may we have a way of adjusting the maximum voltage range. Or could you let me know how to adjust the maximum ranges in the files. I think this is a nighties feature, but finally not a milestone feature.
I guess other people would like this for gpu too.
But if you think it's safer without I will understand, also if your too busy!
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Sorry to dig this post,but...Pretty good for you
Latest nightly give me that with 700Mhz-1.35Ghz/Ondemand (ok with tweaked up_treshold,but that it is not everything,I have about 6900 without tweaking anything,also with the last nightly...:
But with r61,for me the sound control do nothing...I've the last update of your app,the last kernel...I tested several settings,no improvements
I was using Volume +,I uninstalled it,reboot,test sound control (different settings) via your app, etc. ...
No worries,it's not a serious issue,I reinstall Volume+ ...It's just that it's not bad,not having another app to increase the volume is good...And Franco.kernel updater is a great app
Or maybe I'm doing something wrong ,although I follow the topic...
In any case thank you for your hard work and for the kernel and for your app
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