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You might wish to take a look at SoundAbout. This app lets you chose which sound to route where, and more: SoundAbout Screenshots (click images for larger variants) Route the media audio to (Built-In speaker, Wired Headphones, Wired Headset (with mic), Earpiece, Aux Digital(HDMI), Bluetooth(A2DP), Bluetooth(mono), Bluetooth(mono)(dynamic), ...


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try Boeffla sound control app.


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for asus fonepad slide down the top menu, select Settings (gear icon) then choose language and input first, android keyboard setting > tap its audio icon > uncheck the "sound on keypress " > if you want ur fonepad to vibrate every time a key is touch tap its corresponding box to add check mark, uncheck if u do ...


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I wanted to hop in an add that using the VLC Beta solved a possibly related problem I was having on my 4.4.4 SlimKat ROM. I couldn't play large audio files (7+ hours each) on any of the other players I've used, but VLC handles them like a boss.


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In case you haven't found a solution yet, I would recommend an app called Soundwire


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For a quite comparable reason (missing appointments as I missed the "alarm"), but with a different cause (alarm didn't repeat until it got my attention), I've found two different solutions. Both are involving a third-party paid app, but there might be free alternatives as well – so let me use my solutions as examples first: At first, I used Calendar Event ...


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Sound purely depends on phone make and model and the headsets too. Most of the phones support 5-band custom Equalizer (you can tweak them just like that) and some phones only support the given presets like Bass, Flat, Treble , 5.1 Channel etc. Sony phones have their own technology like xLoud and ClearBass. So it depends on various things. Also you can ...


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There are numerous Equalizer Apps on the Play Store for those who haven't got root access. If you want to manipulate / enhance your sound quality even more there are a lot of improvements for rooted devices. I know that CyanogenMod has some features especially for music enthusiasts. i.e a very customizable Equalizer. Having the root access which comes with ...


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There are two microphones on your phone: one for speaker and one for non speaker. You have to clean the mic port on the bottom of your phone with a small pin.



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