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Hold down the power button for 10 seconds it should reboot it this fixed my problem


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Try these: You can turn up the volume of a call on your phone by pressing the volume buttons while in a call. Make sure that you are using the "earpiece" speaker setting instead of "speakerphone." (The latter would cause the volume to be louder in the back.) See if you can find any debris that is obstructing the earpiece speaker and carefully remove it ...


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Dolby® Digital Plus™ is built into many Android devices out in the market. This means Android Applications and Games can have amazing immersive sound by integrating the Dolby® Audio API for Android™ Support is there in many of the devices, but it is up to the developers of the games/applications to implement it: Dolby API for Android


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I'm not sure if this is a solution for you but to conserve my processing power for gaming I stream movies on my tablet right beside me while I play and at night I'd like to listen to all of my audio through my USB headphones. I plugged a dual-sided 1/8th inch jack into my tablet and the microphone port on my computer, go into Sound>Recording Devices, right ...


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I had the same issue. Here is the solution which works perfect for me. Settings>Sound>Quite Mode>Set quite time after enabling quite timing, unselect all days and then disable quite timing.


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You can do that with the simple SmartIO app which is quite useful app for Audio files and other likes Video, pictures and many more.Hopefully this will help outenter preformatted text here


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There are many apps in the market which you may use to achieve this; StreamFurious ServeStream Both app require you to posses access to a ShoutCast server. (which is a server technology to host what you broadcast. learn more). Services like listen2myradio provides such services for free. This will allow anyone in the world to listen what you play, ...


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The solution. I ended up preferring films in the .MKV format and using mkvmerge for merging audio tracks and subtitles into a video file. However, for those who want to watch films with an embedded AC3 audio track, this solution could be useful. It worked on my Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 10.1 SM-T530NU, and I'm sure it would work on any other device.


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There seems to be a pretty bad bug that affects Cyanogenmod right now https://jira.cyanogenmod.org/browse/CYAN-5728 A workaround provided in the thread: from a root terminal (adb root/adb shell or terminal emulator/su) pm disable com.google.android.gms/com.google.android.gms.checkin.CheckinService


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I didn't have any joy with MX Player or VLC, but I did find an app that played WMA songs on my android phone. The app that worked for me is called jetAudio Music Player Basic. The free version worked fine, so I haven't tried the paid upgrade. My phone is Sony, not Nexus, so maybe that's the difference?


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AC3 is not by any means the most common file type/format for audio files. MP3 and Apple's AAC/m4a is do l far more often used especially on mobile devices and on the internet. Downloading codecs like on PC is not possible. Android has to ship it in it's system or your media player has to support AC3 files. This is also not very easy because AC3 is patented ...



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