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You can simply use an app like Earpiece. It does what you want to do. You can pop Earpiece up on top of another application simply by holding down the SEARCH key. then check Audio through earpiece On a side note, USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Playing audio at high volumes, especially for a prolonged amount of time, can damage speakers and/or hearing.


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This answer may not be 100% because you asked about VLC, however Stealth Audio Player is able to play audios (& audio from videos) via the earpiece. Usually, there are two ways of playing music on Android device. You can either use your headphones or a speaker. But how about a third option? The purpose of this app is to enable the users to listen to ...


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This sounds a bit like a shopping question, which is off-topic here, but as a general answer: Yes, it's possible to change tracks from Bluetooth headphones. Almost all headphones that support A2DP (Advanced Audio Distribution Profile), which is required for better quality music streaming, can also handle AVRCP (Audio/Video Remote Control Profile) which ...


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I think this is just a misunderstanding: The Galaxy Buds don't need 1.5 GB RAM free (nor do they use 1.5 GB RAM). The requirement means that your Android device needs to have at least 1.5 GB RAM installed in total. How much is free at the moment is of no concern (this is managed by Android). Therefore older devices and low-cost devices with 1.0 GB or even ...


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