Adjusting System Settings
Make sure the speaker is not muffled. Clean your speakers from any dust or debris that can muffle the sound. You can also plug in headphones or speakers.
Unlock the device and press volume up key. To increase the volume on your Android phone, you can use hardware keys, which are the buttons on the side of the device. Make sure your device is on and press the volume key until the display bar reaches the maximum level.
- This temporarily opens a popup expandable sound menu.
Open your device’s "Settings" app. Alternatively, if the popup menu isn't available on your device for some reason, you can enter system settings to find the same options. You can find it from the quick nav pull down bar by swiping down from the top of the screen, or in the app drawer of older Android versions. There is a button in the shape of a cog or gear in the corner of this menu that you may use to expand the sound menu.
Choose "Sound Notification." In this menu you can individually change the volume of notifications, ringtones, system sounds, and media. Increase the sliders to their maximum volume by either moving them all the way to the top or all the way to the right.
Close down all unnecessary apps. An important thing to remember when using an Android device is that it is essentially a mini computer, meaning it has a limited processing power. Keeping many apps running in the background can decrease the speed of your device, because it will be using its processing power to keep these apps open.
- This can be done by holding down the home button on most devices. You can also get applications from the play store such as Task-killer which will do this for you.
Downloading a Volume App
Search Google Play for volume apps or equalizer apps. If the stock volume isn't enough, there are applications on the play store, such as Volume+, that circumvent the protective limitations that may be put on the sound output of your phone. "Audio Manager" and "Slider Widget" are also suitable, as "Volume+" only works for music.
- Download a DSP mod such as "viper2android" from Viper Audio. Viper allows boosting audio past developer limits, and includes other features like a graphic EQ and bass boost.
- Examples of equalizer apps: "Equalizer Music Player Booster" or "Power amp." Both of these apps are equalizers. That means that you can change the frequency or volume of your music.
Download a volume app and open the settings. Download an application on Google Play or the Amazon App Store. Once installed, open your app and tap speaker settings. It can also be titled "gain."
- Accept the terms and conditions. There are various options for improving the audio output that can be found "Speaker Settings."
Adjust your volume sliders. Tap speaker modifications and select the volume you want. Don't try maximum volume immediately because it could damage your speakers. Gain increases the volume past your devices maximum volume, however, having this setting too high for a prolonged period may damage your phone's speaker.
- Also, having the gain too high can make the volume seem saturated. You'll come to another screen in which you can "reprogram" the maximum volume of your phone.
Purchase an amplifier. If all else fails and you still want an increase of volume, you may resort to purchasing an amplifier, such as a Boostaroo, that plugs into your headphone jack. These are ideal for motorcycle speakers, or if you want to be able to plug multiple accessories into your audio jack while maintaining high output.
Improve file quality on a computer. Move your audio file to your computer using an SD card, USB cable, or another device used for transfer. Increase the volume of the file on your computer using an audio editing program.
- For example, if you have a music file that's not very loud, plug your phone into the computer using a usb cable, find the file on your phone (usually the song name followed by .mp3). From there, import the file into an audio editor and amplify the file as much as you like. Then transfer the file back to your phone.
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