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[Q] Is there an easier way to toggle beats audio?

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By bobby111, Junior Member on 7th May 2014, 11:05 PM
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The only thing that i hate about my new One Mini is how beats audio is buried at the bottom of the settings menu, instead of being easily accessible from the task bar in my previous phone the HTC ONE S. I dont like having to go all the way there to turn it off or on every day when transitioning from headphones to speakers or from music to video. Is there some kind of app or something that can act as a toggle widget for beats audio or is there a way i can get it back in the taskbar?
 
 
8th May 2014, 04:09 PM |#2  
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I'm sure you can set a quick setting tile to toggle this. If I remember right it was using sense toolbox for xposed framework.

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I'm sure you can set a quick setting tile to toggle this. If I remember right it was using sense toolbox for xposed framework.

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Unfortunately my phone isnt rooted. You need root for Xposed Framework right?
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Unfortunately my phone isnt rooted. You need root for Xposed Framework right?

Unfortunately yes. I may be mistaken too. Haven't got the phone at hand at the mo. Also prolly not worth routing just for that.

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Unfortunately yes. I may be mistaken too. Haven't got the phone at hand at the mo. Also prolly not worth routing just for that.

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Damn. so theres no other way?
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