Have to factory reset phone because of this app When I installed this app, it reduced Bluetooth media volume so low that I can no longer use Bluetooth at all, even with all volume controls at maximum. Uninstalling the app does not reverse the effect. Now I will have to do a factory reset and hope for the best. Thanks a lot, people. (Nexus 5 running Android 6.0.1)
Does work on my Galaxy S3 If I'm actually in the app I can use the wheel to turn the volume to zero (which it goes too very quickly) but it won't turn the volume back up. Outside of the app, when I press the volume rocker, the knob never appears. I downloaded because the lowest volume setting on my GS3 is too high for my in-ear monitors. Thought this would give me finer control. Bogus.
Great App This app effectively adds more volume steps so that I can lower the minimum sound to just barely audible. Nice. I would like to see this app take over and remove the standard volume pop-up. Sometime the old popup gets in the way. Also it would be great if the volume button used this app, instead of the standard android volume controls. When I touch the vol button the volume immediately jumps to the next highest/lowest android setting. I like my volume on 4 or 5 so if I hit the buttion, it goes to 0 or 12. This is why i purchased the app, not enough volume steps on the standard android platform.
quite great, infact only fine volume tuning that works with my bluetooth. Just abit difficult for my android version.. Open app you play music, tune its volume to max level you think you are using. Leave it background and open fine volume- which drops sound level. Back to player app enjoying tuned bluetooth sound levels, and now use only player music controls 😀
Saves my ears and it looks cool. Most android products are unlikely to have an adjustable increment between two button presses, so in the case of a pair of headphones at about 32 ohms or less (aka your average headphone), sound has to hit you either too softly, or way the heck too loud. This app remedies most of the issue. Unfortunately in order for you to adjust the volume at a nice 1 percent between presses, you have to have your phone awake and in the app itself. Close enough, i have no trouble opening up this app to do such a simple task, It's pretty powerful since without it you are stuck with a chunky volume control.
Not sure if it works above 18% Maybe I just need more sensitive headphones, but the volume doesn't seem to be effected finely if it is above 18% volume. I can only hear a difference after every 5_7 increments of volume adjustment. But under 18% I can here just about every change. Like I said before though, I could just need more sensitive headphones to really hear a difference, but I don't really feel like buying some just for this. I love the concept though. Just wish I could hear the difference.
• Removed foreground service status (removes notification in Android 4.3)
• Service will now stop running if you disable the overlay
• Corrected Play store links
• Profile shortcut name fix
• Tidied advanced preferences screen
• Few minor changes
• New Feature: Ability to rename profiles
• ICS overlay changes: Overlay re-arranged to avoid system volume bar, can be adjusted further in advanced preferences (Overlay Dial Offset)
Increase volume of the phone speaker, music player & listen to music louder 🔊
Super Loud Volume Booster can controls Android phone volume for all sound