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How to better manage Audio levels on Android

How to better manage Audio levels on Android

There are several ways to manage the audio levels on your Android device. But most of them involve going into various areas of the settings menu and I’ve found that to be kind of annoying when you are in a hurry and just want to change settings quickly. I’ve found that the quickest and simplest way to check/modify the Audio levels on your device is by installing an app called “AudioManager Widget” by Smart Android Apps, LLC. They’ve created a great widget that you can place on your home screen to easily distinguish what the various volume settings are set for on your device. You can then click on the widget and quickly change the volume settings on each of the following: Alarm, Media, Alerts, Ringer, System, and Voice Calls. You also have the option to select or unselect the vibrate options on your Alerts & Ringer. Check out the video tutorial below to see how to easily install and customize the app on your Droid!

 

 

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I'm a huge Android fan and also the founder of the DroidLessons website. I started obsessing about the Android platform as soon as I got my HTC EVO phone in mid-2010. Ever since then, I have been obsessed with learning all that I can about the Android OS and sharing that knowledge with my friends and family.
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