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Increase headphone volume

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By Mephisto_POA, Member on 23rd July 2012, 04:34 PM
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Hi guys,

I was testing a bluetooth headphone and noticed the volume quite low even on the highest setting the headphone could give.

Is there a way to increase the volume the phone provides over a bluetooth connection with those secret codes?

I was trying this method but the code doesn't work at all:


Samsung Focus Audio Level ChangesIncrease Speaker Volume
1- Go to the dialer of your phone and access diagnostic mode by dialing ##634# or start the Diagnosis app by clicking it from your app menu.
2- Input *#0002*28345# to get to the Audio menu.
3- See the last option named “Device Gain (max/min)”... Hit the “Get” option next to it.
4- Now from among the 3 fields: in the second one enter 1600 and in the third field enter 0.
6- Hit “Set”.
7- Tap “Start” button at the bottom of the app.
8- Exit Diagnosis by clicking the windows home button then restart your phone.

Increase Headphone Volume
1- First and foremost make sure that your headphones are attached to your phone, as the fix won’t work otherwise.
2- Go to the dialer of your phone and access diagnostic mode by dialing ##634# or start the Diagnosis app by clicking it from your app menu.
3- Input *#0002*28345# in the diagnosis screen.
4- Navigate to “Device Gain (max/min)” and hit the "Get" button next to it.
5- In the 3 fields, enter these values respectively 5, 1100 and –1100 (some people use 1500 in second field but I think it is too high)
6- Hit "Set".
7- on the next line below change the AUDIENCE.CFG to "on".
8- Tap on the "Start" button at the bottom of the app.
9- Exit Diagnosis by clicking the windows home button then restart your phone.
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By the way I tried a few other codes I found on the internet and nothing so far :/
23rd July 2012, 04:39 PM |#3  
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By the way I tried a few other codes I found on the internet and nothing so far :/

i have tried everything and i ended up using audioboost from play store , its a little rough around the edges but it gives it a good boost
23rd July 2012, 05:40 PM |#4  
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In the Stock Music Player:Settings > Equalizer > Custom > Move the Levers all the way up,all of them.
23rd July 2012, 06:29 PM |#5  
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or use voodoo louder, Its a paid app (99p) and works well (Needs kernel support, So check before buying)
23rd July 2012, 07:38 PM |#6  
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Do they add distortion? Increasing the boost in the equalizer won't affect the quality ?
23rd July 2012, 08:50 PM |#7  
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or use voodoo louder, Its a paid app (99p) and works well (Needs kernel support, So check before buying)

Does voodoo really work when using bluetooth headphones? I think it only works or if the headphones are plugged into the 3.5 mm jack. But maybe I'm wrong because I don't use bluetooth headphones.

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oh i have no idea i dont use them either I know it works with the phone speaker and wired headphones tho !
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Im using Voodoo Louder now, seemed to increase the volume of my phone when I'm plugged to the wired headset.
24th July 2012, 02:57 PM |#10  
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According to google play voodoo only supports the 3.5 mm jack, no bluetooth and also not the speaker.

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24th July 2012, 03:20 PM |#11  
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Ok so i bought the N7000 and i am genuinely dissapointed by the volume level in headphones. Coming from iphone 3g everything is top notch except for the volume level. I am on stock Samsung ICS 4.0.3 and even the videos are not loud enough. iphone 3g which is like 3 yrs old had an awesome loudness level and quality. Anyway to increase this?

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