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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), ...
try Boeffla sound control app.
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 ...
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.
In case you haven't found a solution yet, I would recommend an app called Soundwire
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
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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