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By default the answer is a no. Since changing the color of notification bar means modifying the system it can't be done by a normal application. Best you can do is an icon that can be added to the notification bar. But there is a way if you are rooted. Xposed Framework is a great app that lets users modify every single action executed at system level. You ...


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On AOSP Android 6.0 Marshmallow, this feature is integrated into the OS. From an article on Pocket-lint, Android 6.0 Marshmallow: Volume controls One of the places where Lollipop went a little haywire was with the volume and controlling those new notifications. These new fangled volume controls sent ripples across Android devices on Lollipop with ...


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The file does reflect the changes. You need to observe it a bit more carefully. My little research tells me that in Android 4.2.1, 4.4.2, 5.0.2 and 5.1.1, most of the changes performed in Settings app are saved in an SQLite database of Settings Storage/Providers app, located at /data/data/com.android.providers.settings/databases/settings.db. Some of the ...


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In my COS12 (Android 5.0.2), I noticed that whenever the volume was changed an intent was broadcasted with action android.media.VOLUME_CHANGED_ACTION and that was all I was able to see using dumpsys or logcat. The extras in that intent did not contain anything useful to trace the app. Anyhow. Following is what I can recommend as an approach and as of now: ...


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It appears from the screenshot that a theme is in place with its own set of icons. Stock Android Marshmallow doesn't show four but only three bars. The extra one CM shows is for notification volume. Anyhow, a theme alters the icon but not the order of bars. You can always revert to stock theme or icons and get this result: (Click an image to enlarge it) ...


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There is no software fix because it uses physically different pins on the headphone connector. The hardware simply does not support it. There are plenty of good android compatible headphones out there though.


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I don't know how to detect a Volume Up/Down button press for 'n' seconds, so I would give an alternate solution. You would have to install Xposed Additions Pro and TeslaLED Flashlight. The former needs root access and Xposed Framework installed. Instructions Visit my answer here. Under the heading "Instructions for Xposed Additions" follow steps 1-6. ...


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Try Smart Pocket app, you can skip tracks with single or double volume clicks.


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My solution is tested on Android 4.2.1 and 5.0.2. There are three apps I'm aware of which can do the job here. Tasker It's a paid app but works well for the objective. Create a profile in it using +→Application → select your app. Create a task in it, then an action using + → Audio → Media Volume. Set the Level to the sound level you ...


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Much simpler way to do, Open your music player(any) app Without playing any song just lower the volume from the volume rockers(buttons) while in the app. This will lower the all media Volume. :-)



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