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[Guide][MTK] Increase Speaker Volume of your Phone

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Are you dissatisfied with the speaker volume of your phone ?

Is the speaker volume of your phone is very low ?

You can increase the speaker volume yourself, it is very simple [MTK Chipset Only]

Here are steps:

1. Install Mobileuncle MTK Tool

2. Open Mobileuncle MTK Tool and select Engineer Mode

3. Select Engineer Mode MTK

4. Swap to Harware Testing

5. Select Audio

6. Select Loudspeaker Mode

7. Here you will find Max Volume Value 128, Change this to 145 and press set.

8. You can set this value up to 160 but above 150 is not recommended else it may damage your speaker.

9. Now you can close Mobileuncle MTK Tool.

Now you can check the volume of your speaker and feel the difference.

I have tested this method on my Lava Iris 501.

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thanks for the Info

I did that on Initial days of phone by accessing MTK Engg. mode

you can type the following code to access MTK engg. mode

*#*#3646633#*#*

there are options to set volume for earphone, and speaker separately.

Warning: MTK Engineer Mode is not supposed to be a user end interface, Changing any value In-correctly may damage your phone or disable/damage its functionality.

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thanks for the Info

I did that on Initial days of phone by accessing MTK Engg. mode

you can type the following code to access MTK engg. mode

*#*#3646633#*#*

there are options to set volume for earphone, and speaker separately.

Warning: MTK Engineer Mode is not supposed to be a user end interface, Changing any value In-correctly may damage your phone or disable/damage its functionality.

Yes and this tool and code both will work with MTK Chipset only.

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dear kamal sir,

i have tried as you have posted, but iam not able to edit the value.

does the phone need to be rooted before doing this.

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Hi Kamal, is this guide for the ear speaker or the speaker on the back of the phone?

Do you know how to boost the ear speaker level?

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dear kamal sir,

i have tried as you have posted, but iam not able to edit the value.

does the phone need to be rooted before doing this.

phone must be rooted.

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Hi Kamal, is this guide for the ear speaker or the speaker on the back of the phone?

Do you know how to boost the ear speaker level?

This is for back side speaker (loudspeaker). You can increase volume of ear speaker also, one more option ia given there in settings.

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This is for back side speaker (loudspeaker). You can increase volume of ear speaker also, one more option ia given there in settings.

I seriously need to increase the earpiece volume of my iris 501 which i bought yesterday.. It is 3 times lesser than my galaxy s2 volume and i am HATING it.

Could you please guide me on how to increase the earpiece volume that is near the front camera? This is killing me :(

Is the sound so worse compared to the galaxy s2 earpiece volume?

please please help

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How can I do the samething but for the earphone?

Thanks!

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How can I do the samething but for the earphone?

Thanks!

Anyone?

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How can I do the samething but for the earphone?

Thanks!

 

At step 6, select Headset Mode and increase Max Volume value.

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Thank you Kamal

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Hi Mr. kamal 

I have Honor 3c H30-U10    in engineering mode when i change the values of audio settings it shows

"settings succeeded"  but when i recheck them they r on same values before setting even after restart. 

Kindly advice me what to do 

cell is rooted with vroot (chinese version)

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thanks to kamal882

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