Tip: Increase your volume power Samsung Galaxy SIII (GT-I9300)
When we bought our brand new Samsung Galaxy SIII, many were disappointed when listening to our music on the computer because I had enough power in volume as expected. Then I wondered: How is it possible that the star smartphone Samsung has this sound so mediocre? With no response, I found that Samsung still some quality standards that require manufacturers to not issue its mobile audio power so as not to damage the user’s ear when listening to music through headphones. The European Union also requires manufacturers to do this, but that is part of the past because I bring a tutorial to get the true power to your Samsung Galaxy SIII
First of all, please note that your computer must be rooteado and admit that you modify the system and in some countries you may lose your computer warranty.
First of all, you need to download two files: Root Explorer and a modified file system that will do the miracle. I leave the links for you to download:
Now copy these two files to the external memory and then proceed to manually install Root Explorer.
When you first run Root Explorer, Root will ask permission to continue its execution. You obviously agree.
Now pay attention to the following instructions because if a wrong file modified, hate me forever xD.
Find the folder called system and you enter into it and looking for the folder called etc and you enter too.
Now you push a button located on the top of the screen called Mount R / W. At the touch will be renamed Mount R / O.
Now find the file called default_gain.conf and stop sticking your finger over it to make you see a window with options. You select the option to rename the file and you add a. Bak at the end of the file name and save it there. This will serve to leave a copy of the original file in case of emergency.
Now from the same Root Explorer should go to external memory and copy the modified file you copied earlier. For that you must close and reopen Root Explorer, go to the folder mnt and then enter the folder extSdCard that would be the directory of the memory card.
Now find the changed file, leave your finger stuck on it until you see other options, choose Copy.
Now carefully press the Back button on your Galaxy SIII twice. Looking the system folder, then you log into etc and there you must press the button that says Paste to copy the.
Finally off and then turn on your Samsung Galaxy SIII and now start enjoying the real power does your smartphone.
You should know that the power of volume increases in the audio output for headphones, for the speaker and for Bluetooth stereo headsets. In the case of the speaker, is not leaving the ring volume and notification to the maximum, otherwise it will saturate. If you take ear-type headphones in, please be careful with the volume because you could cause you damage your ear.Tags: Android, Galaxy SIII, power, Samsung, volume, W Tip