Works as advertised on my Nexus 5 with Kit Kat 4.4.4r2 Nice little lightweight app with a simple set-and-forget interface that overcomes Android's annoying volume restriction message. I use expensive high impedance earphones and even with the player at full volume they aren't all that loud. This saved me from having to "OK" every time I wanted to turn the volume up. PROVISO: The app doesn't do it's thing after a phone reboot so you have to OK the volume increase; but just the once, until the phone is turned completely off again (Airplane Mode doesn't cause a problem). For that reason I can't give it 5 stars... but 4 seems somehow stingy for a free app that helped me. So, thank you, Jake Basile!
You are a godsend! I found your app looking for a solution to the volume hijack on my Samsung tablet when I plug in my portable speaker for my sleep sounds and every so often thereafter. Been waking up poorly because it turns my sounds down so far I can't hear them over my fan. Bye bye nanny! Now if it were only possible to port this app to fix the same issue on Windows phone (even on bluetooth speakers). I would even pay for it. Hey phone OS makers, we don't all use headphones (I hate them) and we aren't all idiots. Stop playing nanny to save them from themselves and giving us half functional devices. At least if they make themselves deaf, we won't have to hear their stupidity. Win-win.
I love that this app keeps my volume set how I like it in spite of the "nanny" settings built into phones these days. I'm half deaf - I don't need a company turning my music down so I can't hear it just because someone decided that they weren't responsible enough to control their own volume...
Fixed my volume issues My volume buttons are broken, and while other apps widgets were an okay workaround for the most part, inserting headphones would set the media volume to 7/15, and not allowing to go higher. Thanks to this, I can listen to music and podcasts at the volume I want. Thanks Hearing Saver!
Gets rid of the nanny volume checker thing As well as being a pretty useful app for not exploding your eardrums unexpectedly when plugging in headphones it also gets rid of the annoying "are you sure you want to raise the volume, you might damage your frail delicate hearing" warning. Simple and effective app.
Another Joke. This app is typical of Samsung and Android RUBBISH. I was so excited when I bought my Galaxy Note 2, 18 months ago, and joined the Android community. I thought great, but after a few months I thought what a bloody waste of time and money. Android OS and Android apps are RUBBISH. Especially apps that are available on iTunes and Play Store, on Android they're always CRAP. THIS APP HAS NO AFFECT ON MY GALAXY NOTE 2 WHAT SO EVER, uninstalled.
- Better Support for Low Resolution Screens (Thanks bhm!)
- Happy Thoughts