1. malifact's Avatar
    Hello, this is my first post on the forum and the Moto G is my first Android phone (I converted from an iPhone 4). I have a question (which might be a strange one) about setting the volume when playing music. I like to listen to music at quite low volumes and I find if I use the side buttons to control the volume, I can't find my ideal level. Basically, the level I have at the moment is a bit too quiet. But if I go up to the next level it is a bit too loud. I have downloaded a couple of apps like PowerAmp and PlayerPro that have volume sliders, but they just seem to correspond to the volume buttons on the Moto G. Is there an app that can "finetune" the volume, or is this a limitation of the Moto G's hardware?
    12-27-2013 03:29 AM
  2. Foramex's Avatar
    When you change the volume, you should see a bar appear on your screen showing you the volume level. Moto G - Increasing Volume with Music-android_volume_tip_1.png Try to take the big highlighted dot and slide it to the wanted volume level. Tell me if it helped.
    12-27-2013 08:37 AM
  3. malifact's Avatar
    Thanks for the reply. I do not have that equaliser button when adjusting the volume, just the slider bar. I think I probably explained what I want to do poorly. Say I have the volume at zero and then I raise it on the slider up two notches. That level is a little too low. But if I move it up one more notch it is a little two loud. I would like to be able to adjust it so the volume level is in between 2 and 3, as that is my ideal listening volume. It was easy to do this on my old iPhone but I can't seem to be able to do it using any music app on the Moto G.
    12-27-2013 09:23 AM
  4. mrsmumbles's Avatar
    I don't think you can. The volume bar and in-player-app controls would be it.

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    12-27-2013 10:34 AM
  5. jajo_11's Avatar
    You can root your phone and add a xposed module alowing you to add more steps to the volume bar for more accurate volume control. So its no Hardware polroblem but a software problem.
    03-04-2014 12:01 PM
  6. GravityMan's Avatar
    I believe that's a limitation of stock android....the volume is set in 'steps' and every app controls the audio like that.....

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    03-04-2014 06:35 PM
  7. GravityMan's Avatar
    You can root your phone and add a xposed module alowing you to add more steps to the volume bar for more accurate volume control. So its no Hardware polroblem but a software problem.
    Seeing as you are from n iPhone, you might not know what 'rooting' is.....but in any case its likely a software issue....

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    03-04-2014 06:36 PM
  8. jroc's Avatar
    PowerAmp's equalizer and the equalizer on the moto g might help. Play around with them and see if it fines tunes the volume for u

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    03-04-2014 09:15 PM

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