Anyone got a good volume control app for the KF?

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I Hate Import Cars

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So I just rooted my Kindle Fire and installed CM10 and I LOVE it! But the only thing I need is a volume control of some sort. Anyone got something like that sorted out? I did search but couldn't find anything specific. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
 

johno86

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Hearnbiz

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I have been using volume in notification for quite a while now until I just found this thread and discovered rubberbigpepper... Think I might be using this for now on... Very nice!

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sKoWN_kAT

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I've been using "Notification Toggle". Works great. Tons of options. Using it on my S3 as well for brightness adjustment and EZ flashlight

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SierraStroker

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To the OP, I take it you're doing this for a tablet in the car? You doing an indash mount? What kind of car? I've got a kindle fire running cm10 in my powerstroke diesel right now. Not perm mounted, probably going to build a docking station setup in the drivers sun visor though.
 

thewood80

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If you have twa_ piv cm10, you can get the volume slider on the notification screen.

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+1, I used "Volume in Notification" before switching to this rom. I like the slider much better.

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colt223

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One more here for 'volume in notification'
A kindle running CM really needs this IMO. For my kids it is a real lifesaver combined with tabletUI
 

Grey199318

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I haven't tried this app on a Kindle Fire (I wish I had a Kindle Fire), but I think SVC+ will work with it. I use it on my Galaxy and I love it. It only takes seconds to change volume using this app. I've used other sound control apps and this one is by far the easiest to use.
 

Raymond199483

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You guys should be careful with any sound app the speakers on the 1st gen fire I heard they are really weak and they can blow out very easy just a heads up

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carlybelle

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Leave it alone, please.

To the OP, I take it you're doing this for a tablet in the car? You doing an indash mount? What kind of car? I've got a kindle fire running cm10 in my powerstroke diesel right now. Not perm mounted, probably going to build a docking station setup in the drivers sun visor though.

I would advice not to play with the volume because my speakers on my kindle fire 1st generation blew while trying out different volume apps. Playing around the volume is something you don't wanna mess around with.
 
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    You Have to use status bar volume plus

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    I've been using "Notification Toggle". Works great. Tons of options. Using it on my S3 as well for brightness adjustment and EZ flashlight

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    Leave it alone, please.

    To the OP, I take it you're doing this for a tablet in the car? You doing an indash mount? What kind of car? I've got a kindle fire running cm10 in my powerstroke diesel right now. Not perm mounted, probably going to build a docking station setup in the drivers sun visor though.

    I would advice not to play with the volume because my speakers on my kindle fire 1st generation blew while trying out different volume apps. Playing around the volume is something you don't wanna mess around with.