Works great on S6 - with the usual Android app Gotcha Works great on my Samsung Galaxy S6 - with the usual Android app Gotcha: Android kills the app after some time. So, the app is very useful if you use it all the time. It is close to useless, if you just use it once in a while: It needs to be restarted each time you want to use it, and that takes longer than pressing Android's warning button.
Thank YOU so much Nothing more annoying than somebody giving me features then making them inconvenient to use. This program solved the mommy settings of volume reducing when plugging into the DAC output. Wonderfully happy my docking works without extra taping and sliding.
Not quite working any more Ever since I updated my OS to 5.1.1, Hearing Saver no longer does it's job as it's supposed to. I have to manually Enable it everyday or a few times a day in order to have it work. When I unplug the headphones jack and open a different app that needs volume, it goes back to neutral volume setting. This never happened before. Please fix!
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.
Works great to override existing hearing protection I have this functionality built into my LG G2 with no way to turn it off. If I plug in to headphone jack it is usually to car stereo or speakers and rarely ever heaphones (I use Bluetooth for that). So I am using it for the opposite reason to max volume when plugging into the headphone jack to counteract the built in software that wants to turn it down.
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.
- Better Support for Low Resolution Screens (Thanks bhm!)
- Happy Thoughts