my tablet isn't rooted. And if I'm correct, the manufacturers don't like you rooting their devices. As they will probably not accept a return for any sort of fault if they find your device has been rooted. I just don't think i should risk rooting it. From one thing it mentions, it looks like it it is difficult getting apps that work with it without me having to root it. As the speaker has a 3.5mm input, i may just have to stick with that. Given how expensive some bluetooth speakers can get, if by default you only have 14/15 steps for the volume, that is pretty poor. I'm wondering what it was about my old tablets that allowed me to use bluetooth with this speaker and use the volume on the tablet and speaker separately. It seems that higher end tablets and phones add this feature that basically restricts your volume options. Quite frustrating. I can see the big advantage in that you can leave your speaker out of reach and control the volume on the tablet, but you can't do it precisely at all. At least some video players (BS player in my case) Have an option for the volume to be from 1 to 100% going up 1% each step.
Thanks for the response, but I would rather not do anything that involves rooting the device.
But, to each his own.
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