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There are several possibilities: manually setting all volumes to 0, except for those channels you want to keep (e.g. alerts, notifications, system). Issue: on some devices/systems some channels seem to be "locked together", so as soon as e.g. volume for calls is increased, some other slider increases automatically along. An app like Audio Control might ...
For my linux distribution (Fedora 20) it's quite simple: [PC] Run PulseAudio. (Runs automatically on Fedora) [PC] Load module bluetooth-discovery. (It's auto-loaded on Fedora) [PC, Android] Pair with Android-phone via Bluetooth. [Android] In device's options set the profile "Use for media audio". [PC] Connect to the phone. [Android] Play music. (I use ...
I got an answer , download SliderWidget and reduce the media volume . In short the media volume is controlling the volume of USSD pop up notification.
Check out Volume Control +. This app lets you control the volume for the following: Media, Ring, Notifications, In-call, alarm, system. Each sound profile (e.g. Silent, Vibrate, General) can be configured.
I have not tried it, but CircleAlarm mentions: Handling an alarm that rings during a call.
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