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18th November 2013, 11:00 AM   |  #1  
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Hello.. I want to know how to increase the sound of my Phone.. Actually i did increased the sound of loudspeaker and headset through Engineering mode.. But my inner speaker sound is very low. The one we use during call. How do i increase that volume?

Help will be appreciated.


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19th November 2013, 07:07 AM   |  #2  
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had the same problem! :D
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Originally Posted by mrtaim3

Hello.. I want to know how to increase the sound of my Phone.. Actually i did increased the sound of loudspeaker and headset through Engineering mode.. But my inner speaker sound is very low. The one we use during call. How do i increase that volume?

Help will be appreciated.


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I was having the same problem...i was even regretting buying the phone because i cant even go out without seeing like 3 missed calls because the sound is so low!

anyway i am not rooted yet so this is how i did it

go to engineer mode by going to your number dialer and entering the following code without quotes


"*#*#3646633#*#*"


Be sure to enter the * and the # correctly.

if you have entered it right then the phone will automaticaly take you to engineer mode.

the fourth option or so will be "Audio"

click on it and then select Loudspeaker mode

at the bottom you should see something like value is 0-140 and below that Max vol. 0-160

change the max volume from whatever it is to 145 or below. you can go to 150 but the sound quality is bad and even if it sounds good dont do it cause it might damage the speaker. Im doing 145 and its perfect.


once you have decided on the number click set and then try calling your phone up

hope that helped.
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19th November 2013, 04:27 PM   |  #3  
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I was having the same problem...i was even regretting buying the phone because i cant even go out without seeing like 3 missed calls because the sound is so low!

anyway i am not rooted yet so this is how i did it

go to engineer mode by going to your number dialer and entering the following code without quotes


"*#*#3646633#*#*"


Be sure to enter the * and the # correctly.

if you have entered it right then the phone will automaticaly take you to engineer mode.

the fourth option or so will be "Audio"

click on it and then select Loudspeaker mode

at the bottom you should see something like value is 0-140 and below that Max vol. 0-160

change the max volume from whatever it is to 145 or below. you can go to 150 but the sound quality is bad and even if it sounds good dont do it cause it might damage the speaker. Im doing 145 and its perfect.


once you have decided on the number click set and then try calling your phone up

hope that helped.

I have mentioned in my post that i have increased the sound... Though loudspeaker sound increased.. But i wanted to increase the upper speaker volume. By which we listen while talking on call.

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19th November 2013, 07:47 PM   |  #4  
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I have mentioned in my post that i have increased the sound... Though loudspeaker sound increased.. But i wanted to increase the upper speaker volume. By which we listen while talking on call.

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Make all 3 Normal, Headset & Loudspeaker
Max Vol. 0~160 = 150
it's safe..

or try This
19th November 2013, 07:48 PM   |  #5  
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He is taking about the in call speaker . That is low for me too .

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20th November 2013, 05:34 AM   |  #6  
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Make all 3 Normal, Headset & Loudspeaker
Max Vol. 0~160 = 150
it's safe..

or try This

Im talking about in call speaker bro..

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22nd November 2013, 10:01 AM   |  #7  
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Originally Posted by jaberwockie

I was having the same problem...i was even regretting buying the phone because i cant even go out without seeing like 3 missed calls because the sound is so low!

anyway i am not rooted yet so this is how i did it

go to engineer mode by going to your number dialer and entering the following code without quotes


"*#*#3646633#*#*"


Be sure to enter the * and the # correctly.

if you have entered it right then the phone will automaticaly take you to engineer mode.

the fourth option or so will be "Audio"

click on it and then select Loudspeaker mode

at the bottom you should see something like value is 0-140 and below that Max vol. 0-160

change the max volume from whatever it is to 145 or below. you can go to 150 but the sound quality is bad and even if it sounds good dont do it cause it might damage the speaker. Im doing 145 and its perfect.


once you have decided on the number click set and then try calling your phone up

hope that helped.

You have nicely guided mate Your first thanx is from my side

But it needs a little modification to help.

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Originally Posted by mrtaim3

Hello.. I want to know how to increase the sound of my Phone.. Actually i did increased the sound of loudspeaker and headset through Engineering mode.. But my inner speaker sound is very low. The one we use during call. How do i increase that volume?

Help will be appreciated.


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To increase In Call Volume

You have to go in Engineering mode by this code

"*#*#3646633#*#*"

Then go to Audio & Select Normal Mode

And do as following:

Value is 0 ~ 255 = 108
Max Vol. 0 ~ 160 = 154
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Sounds good..gonna try it out soon and report

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Talking Use this app it might help
use android assistant app it might help u . it have voice setting option in app's tools tab. By that u can adjust the voice call volume .

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hit thanks if it helped you

app link below:
https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...smanager&hl=en

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