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[Q] Low Volume on Jellybean [LSE]

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ipapun4545

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Hello Guys, I got a Jellybean Updated phone [LSJ] from ebay and updated it to official Firmware [LSE]. But when I compared it with another Friends S2 [Running ICS] i found out that it far more louder than mine.

I found a Way to increase the volume by going to Service Mode [Dialing *#*#197328640#*#* ] but I don't get anything after putting these numbers.

My phone is rooted and everything ese running fine, but sadly the volume is average. Please help.

Thanks
 

immortalneo

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Hello Guys, I got a Jellybean Updated phone [LSJ] from ebay and updated it to official Firmware [LSE]. But when I compared it with another Friends S2 [Running ICS] i found out that it far more louder than mine.

I found a Way to increase the volume by going to Service Mode [Dialing *#*#197328640#*#* ] but I don't get anything after putting these numbers.

My phone is rooted and everything ese running fine, but sadly the volume is average. Please help.

Thanks

One question: are u talking about external speaker volume or in-call volume? :confused:

"To err is human, to forgive is divine"
Sent from my SGS II
 

ipapun4545

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I am talking about inbuilt speaker volume and its not just about calls, its about Music and Video Files. All sound coming out from my phone speaker is kind of low. Is there anyway to boost the volume than the normal?
 

immortalneo

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vishal11in

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Guys, try ls8 baseband
It may resove ur low volume issue
In call volume fix
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vishal11in

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Hope ur phone is rooted
Search ls8 baseband and flash the zip file through cwm

If u need more help with baseband, pm me will share it


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MistahBungle

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No.

Changing a baseband (modem) will not do anything for volume other than call volume where the poor volume is caused by poor reception/connectivity issue. And even then it's not really 'fixing a low/poor call volume issue', it's more allowing normal call volume by fixing the reception/connectivity issues.

It will not make one iota of difference to ringtone, alerts, alarms, media volumes, etc.
 
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vishal11in

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It is good to be aggressive, i think you did not properly go through my post. I have clearly said that in call volume will be affected others will not. I have tried this and it has worked for me at least rest, you are the boss.
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MistahBungle

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The OP made it abundantly clear it wasn't a call volume issue, and the person who revived this thread yesterday made absolutely no mention of what type of volume issue he was having.

My point about changing modems stands, that particular modem will more than likely work best with a particular carrier/or in a particular country (given specific modems are bundled with stock roms released by different carriers), and may actually make other people's connectivity worse.

Check.

And mate.
 

vishal11in

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The OP made it abundantly clear it wasn't a call volume issue, and the person who revived this thread yesterday made absolutely no mention of what type of volume issue he was having.

My point about changing modems stands, that particular modem will more than likely work best with a particular carrier/or in a particular country (given specific modems are bundled with stock roms released by different carriers), and may actually make other people's connectivity worse.

Check.

And mate.

You yourself stated that the person made no mention of what kind of volume issue he had. In which case my advise on the aforementioned issue can not be held inappropriate.
btw we are playing not playing chess here

Just trying to help, pls donot take it in wrong manner, never wanted to offend anyone
Cheers

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kepplers

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The Galaxy S2 / i9100 Jelly Bean update needs different approach to raise the in-call / headset volume than previus versions.

First you need to flash a modem which allows audio to be modified. For example the XXKI3. If you dont do it you couldn't access the necesary menus.

Next do the following:

1. Enter this number in the dialer to access the service mode: *#19732864*
2. go to [5] Audio
3. [1] NB (VOICE CALL)
4. [7]HANDSET (2MIC)
5. [1]Volume
6. [1]SRC Speech RX Volume
7. [5]5_lvl: 88
8. menu button / key input and insert a 100
9. Exit the menu and you've done!
 

shadow_fi

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The Galaxy S2 / i9100 Jelly Bean update needs different approach to raise the in-call / headset volume than previus versions.

First you need to flash a modem which allows audio to be modified. For example the XXKI3. If you dont do it you couldn't access the necesary menus.

Next do the following:

1. Enter this number in the dialer to access the service mode: *#19732864*
2. go to [5] Audio
3. [1] NB (VOICE CALL)
4. [7]HANDSET (2MIC)
5. [1]Volume
6. [1]SRC Speech RX Volume
7. [5]5_lvl: 88
8. menu button / key input and insert a 100
9. Exit the menu and you've done!

Dont know why, but on Omega rom, with Siyah kernel, I cant enter 5 AUDIO menu at all. In call volume is low. On the same rom, and kernel before reflash everything was ok. Before rom flash did Rom Nuke, also Kernel Wipe. This is crazy...
 

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    I am talking about inbuilt speaker volume and its not just about calls, its about Music and Video Files. All sound coming out from my phone speaker is kind of low. Is there anyway to boost the volume than the normal?

    Try this:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1405840

    "To err is human, to forgive is divine"
    Sent from my SGS II
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    No.

    Changing a baseband (modem) will not do anything for volume other than call volume where the poor volume is caused by poor reception/connectivity issue. And even then it's not really 'fixing a low/poor call volume issue', it's more allowing normal call volume by fixing the reception/connectivity issues.

    It will not make one iota of difference to ringtone, alerts, alarms, media volumes, etc.