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This might actually not be a problem caused by the operating system but rather by how much voltage the device can output into the headphones. So, your Macbook is more likely to have a more powerful audio output than your S4. The key word here is impedance. I assume the headphones you mentioned have a impedance too high for mobile devices, such as the S4.
Hard to say what could cause this problem. Maybe you're able to tell what happened before the sound started? Could be a hint to address the issue. I would recommend start with uninstalling any unecessary apps and going through every app that is/was ever generating notifications for you. Check their internal settings (if there are any) and also check ...
Subsonic. It is extremely robust and easy to use. It is open source but there is a licensing. However as it is open source you can remove easily the license. (and this is perfectly legal) See https://github.com/KHresearch/subsonic
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