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[Audio Mod] Increase Volume for CM10.1 - N7100

26th August 2013, 07:01 AM |#1  
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Hey xda Community,

this is my first thread, i hope i dont do anything wrong

So i just flashed CM 10.1 yesterday and its awesome and so on but for myself the Sound on Headphones was kinda low. So i tried to increase it by Default_gain.conf aaaaaaaand i realised, cyna dont have this conf file.
After some Research i found this way which i will show you below to increase the volume on Galaxy Note 2 :

What you need :
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Root Explorer
Rooted Galaxy Note 2 with CM10.1 ( I dont know if this works for CM10.2 but i think it will) ->>Doesnt work in 10.2
thats it
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1. Open Root Explorer
2. Go to System -> etc -> Sound
3. There should be a config file named "t03g"
4. Open it with any text Editor ( you have to Change a Value so be sure you have permissions)
5. Scroll down to this section :
<device Name= "Headphone">

6. Change the Value from "50" to "57" "<ctl Name="Headphone Volume" val=57"/> (attached you will find a screenshot )
7. Restart your phone!

This makes your Galaxy Note 2 louder on cynagogenmod Well for me it did.

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Final words :
I dont really understand how this val works I frist tried "val" 70 and the Sound was significant quieter than val "50". So i tried "val30" and it was louder than "val 70"
Then i just tried values between "50-60". "59" was to loud for me and "57" was perfect

If someone know why this works like that, Explanation is much appreciated

aaaaaaaaaand last but not least : sorry for my bad english, im just more than 24 hrs awake. Please dont grammar nazi me

oh i almost forgot : Be careful with this, im not responsible for your Actions!
greetz Okanmojo
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26th August 2013, 08:54 AM |#2  
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Awesome mod, works perfect, thank you very much for ur findings..... Regards.

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27th August 2013, 04:02 AM |#3  
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Does not work in 10.2

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27th August 2013, 08:10 AM |#4  
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1st September 2013, 12:58 AM |#5  
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It is not working on CM 10.2.. Moreover after editing the file the sound is completely gone like there is no pyhsical speaker. Even though I edit the value back to 50 still there is no sound. The only way to bring sound back is to flash the CM 10.2 ROM and Gapps again.. Do you know why?
4th September 2013, 03:00 AM |#6  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by _delice_doluca_

It is not working on CM 10.2.. Moreover after editing the file the sound is completely gone like there is no pyhsical speaker. Even though I edit the value back to 50 still there is no sound. The only way to bring sound back is to flash the CM 10.2 ROM and Gapps again.. Do you know why?

Fix file permission and reboot. That may help you.

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19th September 2013, 06:28 PM |#7  
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it's works on android 4.3 (slimbean), thanks!
9th March 2014, 01:31 AM |#8  
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how do i incease the speaker or other stuff. what I'm getting at is what do i touch and leave alone
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