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I recently got a new phone and the music volume continues to decrease so I was wondering if there is a way to make the volume higher than the max volume on the Sony Xperia M2, also I have already put the sound enhancements on so I need a different way.

  • Have you checked these questions? This question has already been asked multiple times here :) See e.g. How can I increase the number of volume levels? – Izzy Apr 29 '15 at 12:17
  • Has it been about music and for the Sony Xperia M2 – Joshua Ottavio Woodbridge Apr 29 '15 at 17:31
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    What makes you thing adjusting volume has to be device- and sound- specific? Though we cannot generally rule-out device (or ROM) specific stuff, we can "rule it in" only using the Sherlock-Holmes-Algorithm: When you have excluded the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be the truth. So may I ask: Have you "excluded" – i.e. tried the other recommended solutions? :) – Izzy Apr 29 '15 at 17:43
  • Yes, hence the question – Joshua Ottavio Woodbridge Apr 29 '15 at 17:47
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    We. All. Everywhere. Except for those having your device in their own hands, literally. Our crystal balls are all out for maintenance currently – and we haven't been told when they will be returned. – Izzy Apr 29 '15 at 18:42
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You can try Volume Booster app which increases maximum volume by 30-40%.

Alternatively, have a look at the Play Store search query here. There are many other applications in Play Store which would meet your needs.

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  1. Root your phone.
  2. Install ViPER4Android Audio Effects app.
  3. Click 'Yes' to install drivers. Select 'Super Audio Quality' in Preferences. Click 'Accept'.
  4. Now reboot the phone and open the app.
  5. Click the 3-dot option at top right to open options. Select UI Settings and enable 'Expert' mode.
  6. Now in "Phone Speaker" tab, click 'Enable' under 'Master Power'.
  7. Under 'Extra Loud' i. Enable it. ii.Select 'Effect Strength' as 'Extreme' iii. Select the 'Max Gain' as required (recommended: 8x)
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