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I recently installed Cyanogen mod 11 on my Droid DNA.

Overall I'm loving the look and feel of Cyanogen mod, but I'm running in to some minor issues with maximum volume. For some reason the max volume for the speakers is now much quieter than it was before.

I've tried various solutions, one of which is here, I found the file they talk about but I have no "Speaker" section, just many variations.

Has anyone else had this issue? Does anybody know how I could force the max volume to be louder out of my speakers? I'm using YouTube videos as a reference.
 
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I am running it and don't have this issue. Is your speaker partially blown or anything. Is there any physical damage on the phone.

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Nope, no damage to the phone. And when I revert to the stock ROM the sound is perfectly fine.
 
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That's strange. Maybe I'm just not used to it. I haven't noticed.

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Yeah with me it was a big difference, I might try going through the sound config file on my phone and upping all the volumes by a few percent to see if that helps.
 
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I am running it and don't have this issue. Is your speaker partially blown or anything. Is there any physical damage on the phone.

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Are you using Cyanogenmod? If so what version/nightly?
 
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Are you using Cyanogenmod? If so what version/nightly?
Snapshot 5. I haven't noticed the issue buy I really don't use the external speaker very often.

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Snapshot 5. I haven't noticed the issue buy I really don't use the external speaker very often.

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Well, I did a clean install and made sure to install snapshot 5, and everything works perfectly now! Speakers are just fine which is great news.

Thanks for the help.
 
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Well, I did a clean install and made sure to install snapshot 5, and everything works perfectly now! Speakers are just fine which is great news.

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Glad to hear it. We're you running a nightly build before?

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Glad to hear it. We're you running a nightly build before?

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Yeah I believe I was accidentally using a nightly instead of a snapshot.

However a couple days after I fixed this issue CM updated to a newer snapshot, and the sound is broken again. Do you think I should report this as a bug? Or just wait for the newest update?

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