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Hi all, is there any trick or maybe settings can my xperia z2 much louder? Its seem to me the sound very low compare to my htc m8...i can't live with it :'(. Without rooting any tricks? Thanks

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Hi all, is there any trick or maybe settings can my xperia z2 much louder? Its seem to me the sound very low compare to my htc m8...i can't live with it :'(. Without rooting any tricks? Thanks

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That is how it is, Sony phones are tend to be little gentle on the volume, especially if you compare it to the M8.
I think all water proof phones have low volumes due the seal.
 
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Hi all, is there any trick or maybe settings can my xperia z2 much louder? Its seem to me the sound very low compare to my htc m8...i can't live with it :'(. Without rooting any tricks? Thanks

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What things did you try to boost volume so far?

I've been playing with the settings and found a way to almost double the volume on the ringer, music is (for me) almost unbearably loud...



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What things did you try to boost volume so far?

I've been playing with the settings and found a way to almost double the volume on the ringer, music is (for me) almost unbearably loud...
Mind to share? I haven't try anything

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Start a song on the walkman and crank up the volume to max, then go to settings and tap sound:

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Tap 'Sound Effects'

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Stick to the above settings for the best result and tap 'Sound Enhancements'

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Choose a EQ setting which you like.

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Now tap the Settings tab, On this setting the volume is maxed up, but you can play around with it and check whatever you like best.

For me, this way the music is even louder then I can bare at max volume...



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Sound -> Sound Affects -> Sound Enhancements -> Tick XLoud , untick everything else

Doubles the volume.
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Sound -> Sound Affects -> Sound Enhancements -> Tick XLoud , untick everything else

Doubles the volume.
Beat you to it



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I tried it before but still doesn't satisfy me :lol. Any other way? By the way thanks for all

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I tried it before but still doesn't satisfy me :lol. Any other way? By the way thanks for all

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Jesus ... maybe get a hearing aid then? I bet your ears are on the verge of failing if this isn't loud enough



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Jesus ... maybe get a hearing aid then? I bet your ears are on the verge of failing if this isn't loud enough
Haha..maybe due to my htc m8..that's why I want more

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