Bluetooth + Android Question
I’m using the aux-out of a Bluetooth speaker I bought here to connect to an old stereo. And pairing it with an android phone. It works great, except that the volume is much lower than it should be. For example, I need to turn that stereo’s volume all the way up to 70 to get the same loudness that it normally gives when set to about 40. (so it’s only about half as loud as it should be)
For the heck of it one day I dusted off an old windows phone & paired it with the same speaker/stereo. I was amazed… the audio levels were perfect! Exactly as loud as if I were using a physical cable. Then I tried pairing that windows phone with various other Bluetooth items I’d purchased from Meh over the years. Everything was about twice as loud now! A cheap $3 waterproof speaker now became loud enough to hear in the shower.
Since Meh sells so many Bluetooth items, I was wondering if anyone out there had a solution. My Android phone is already rooted, if that helps. There has to be a way to get around Android limiting the Bluetooth volume so much? I’ve tried everything I can think of, but no luck yet…
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