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[APP] Headset volume

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By t0ol, Member on 10th June 2010, 01:12 PM
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Here`s a little app ive made that lets you control the music volume with the default wired headset.
Long press PREV to make it louder, long press NEXT to lower volume.

Made for stock android music player. Tested on nexus with froyo. Confirmed working on CyanogenMods.

Comments welcome.


updates:
moving to market
16.06.10: Fixed incompatibility with some froyo roms.
15.06.10: continuous volume changing
SENSE ui player supported (at least on hero :P)
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10th June 2010, 01:15 PM |#2  
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Here`s a little app ive made that lets you control the music volume with the default wired headset. Long press NEXT to make it louder, long press PREV to lower volume.

Made for stock android music player.. shouldnt work with sense player (but it may, i donno..).
Tested on nexus with froyo.

comments welcome.

This should be in spareparts!
10th June 2010, 02:48 PM |#4  
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Is it possible that the app makes louder and quiter possible, but deactivatethe skip functions
10th June 2010, 08:27 PM |#6  
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Is it possible that the app makes louder and quiter possible, but deactivatethe skip functions

u mean it skips to next/prev song on LONG press?
it doesnt skip on my device with a stock music app...

what player r u using?
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im suprised this little thing hasnt gotten more replies than it has. This is really really cool and quite useful. im using on CM5.0.7 and havent had any problems so far.

it would be cool if when you press and continued to hold it continually would step the volume up or down, the way it seems to work now is press and hold increments volume one step, press and hold again it increments again.
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im suprised this little thing hasnt gotten more replies than it has. This is really really cool and quite useful. im using on CM5.0.7 and havent had any problems so far.

it would be cool if when you press and continued to hold it continually would step the volume up or down, the way it seems to work now is press and hold increments volume one step, press and hold again it increments again.

Ty =) yes right now it works the way u described. I'll try to change it tomorrow.
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wow great! Thank you!!
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Thats great!
I was investigating how to made this, thanks!
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