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    Default Volume Warning

    Discovered this by accident today. How do I trigger it again? I triggered it twice by rapidly turning up the volume (strange thing is regardless of if I pressed OK or cancel it left the volume high). I can't seem to trigger it again thoug
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    Default Re: Volume Warning

    Quote Originally Posted by Edible Walrus View Post
    Discovered this by accident today. How do I trigger it again? I triggered it twice by rapidly turning up the volume (strange thing is regardless of if I pressed OK or cancel it left the volume high). I can't seem to trigger it again thoug
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    I had a toast message that always came up when I got above a certain volume. But I had no input at all (GS3 though). Yours may have been a one time only warning. Still a legitimate disclaimer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Edible Walrus View Post
    Discovered this by accident today. How do I trigger it again? I triggered it twice by rapidly turning up the volume (strange thing is regardless of if I pressed OK or cancel it left the volume high). I can't seem to trigger it again thoug
    Were you using headphones? This message pops up when something is plugged into the output jack and the volume goes up past a certain level. It will not pop up as long as the "current headphone session" persists. Once you unplug and plug back in, it will pop up again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darnell0216 View Post
    Were you using headphones? This message pops up when something is plugged into the output jack and the volume goes up past a certain level. It will not pop up as long as the "current headphone session" persists. Once you unplug and plug back in, it will pop up again.
    I tried plugging in the headphones again and doing it again, it wouldn't trigger. For some reason it triggered twice in a row when I first did it, but hasn't done since. I chose different options each time. Sometimes the music widget shows on lock screen and other times it doesn't. Phones not reading tags correctly, won't let me change album art and is duplicated albums. Every other device has had no issue with music once I've fixed the tags, but Android just won't listen
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    I would agree with Golfdriver97 that it's likely a onetime warning. I can probably be triggered again by clearing the associated app data from the system settings menu. Which app controls this I don't know.

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    It pops up when you have headphones in and the screen is off and it tries to go over the limit. It'll pop up. Only once though until you unplug the headphones.

    I hate that message
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    On my S4 it does it when it reaches vol 9 go back down and wait a sec go up again and it should trigger it.

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    Default Re: Volume Warning

    Quote Originally Posted by srkmagnus View Post
    I would agree with Golfdriver97 that it's likely a onetime warning. I can probably be triggered again by clearing the associated app data from the system settings menu. Which app controls this I don't know.

    Sent from my SPH-D710 using Tapatalk 2
    It's an every time thing. It's so annoying that two different mods were made to completely disable the warning, one modifying files directly and the other used Xposed Framework. Turning on Adapt Sound for the stock music player will disable the warning there, but not in other apps. josearmz10789 probably has the right idea about lowering and raising the volume again.

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