How to Set Different Volume on Any Android Application

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Today's Android smartphones or tablets are getting more sophisticated. You can virtually do anything thanks to tough hardware, an ever-expanding operating system, and the support of many applications available with very diverse functions. In addition, some smartphones also support multi-window features like on a computer.

Well, Android usually has separate sound volume settings, ie volume for multimedia and volume for ringtones. Unfortunately, often when we are doing multitasking, such as streaming video and opening other applications, when you want to adjust the volume of the media but instead the ringtone volume is replaced. As a result, we have to tamper with the volume level to get the best experience. Quite inconvenient is not it? Well, quoted from Wonderhowto, alltutorials have an application that can adjust the volume automatically.

Here's How to Set Different Volume on Any Android Application

1. Install App App Volume Control

Install App App Volume Control

An app is called App Volume Control, which lets you manage each app by volume level automatically and differently to your liking. That is the premise of an application made by SpyCorp developers, set the volume level on a per-application basis. Quiet course, this application is very easy to use, does not require root access and is completely free.

2. Enable Accessibility

Enable Accessibility

Once you have installed and open, for App Volume Control to work, you need to enable settings in accessibility. Simply press "Press here" to go straight to accessibility settings and enable App Volume Control or by opening settings and selecting accessibility.

3. Set Different Volume Levels for Each Application

Set Different Volume Levels for Each Application

Once accessibility settings are enabled, go back to App Volume Control and now you will see a list of all the applications installed on your smartphone. From here, just press any app to adjust the volume level individually.

For example here alltutorials try to select BBM app, on the next screen you will see 5 different volume categories. Among them, media, ring tones, alarms, notifications, and systems. Just turn it on and just set the volume level you want.

4. Disable Show Notifications (Optional)

Disable Show Notifications (Optional)

From now on, the volume will automatically be set to a different level each time you open one of the applications you have configured. One thing you need to do is open App Volume Control settings and disable "Show notification".

If you do not disable it, then the notification will appear from the application every time successfully performing the task and if too often of course quite disturbing. With this your volume level will change automatically, what do you think?

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