New [RN7][Android 10][MIUI v11] Low audio volume incall


pega2k

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Hello,

With version of Android 9, the sound was great, now with the Android 10 (I tested 20.1.9 and 20.1.16) the audio is to low. I tested the install of the 20.1.x (clean, upgrade) and is the same low audio. I tested go back to 9.12.12 and the audio was loud again.

Greetings, PE.
 
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pega2k

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Jun 13, 2019
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Hi Manfred62,

It works. I try at 92 the levels and was Ok, but for me I like more at 95.

Thank you again, PE.
 

surfcaster1

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Did you tried this solution?

I've copied the file from my lavender and changed the lines 360-364 and 2018 like mentioned in this post. If you want, you can test. Change the file ending before (remove .txt).Copy it via twrp into the directory and reboot
Excuse me my English, it is not my mother tongue, could you tell me or explain how to install the xml I have Red Note 7 Lavender and the problem of low sound, I am not sure if it has to be done from twrp and the route, I can not find system / vendor , Thanks a lot
 

Poney70

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Excuse me my English, it is not my mother tongue, could you tell me or explain how to install the xml I have Red Note 7 Lavender and the problem of low sound, I am not sure if it has to be done from twrp and the route, I can not find system / vendor , Thanks a lot
Hello, can you mount "Vendor" partition in TWRP?
 
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Manfred62

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We are talking about lavender device? Just wondering about TWRP 3.2.3. Most people with actual lavender rom are using OrangeFox recovery.

At first you have to mount vendor partition. Then you can copy the file into directory.

Important hint: give correct infos about your device, what exactly you have done, what's the result?
It's not helpful to spam the thread with "help me... help me..."
 

QuangNguyen

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We are talking about lavender device? Just wondering about TWRP 3.2.3. Most people with actual lavender rom are using OrangeFox recovery.

At first you have to mount vendor partition. Then you can copy the file into directory.

Important hint: give correct infos about your device, what exactly you have done, what's the result?
It's not helpful to spam the thread with "help me... help me..."
Sorry for spam. I have successfully mounted. But when I copy the file to the error message as shown above. TWRP can't copy this file @@
 

QuangNguyen

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We are talking about lavender device? Just wondering about TWRP 3.2.3. Most people with actual lavender rom are using OrangeFox recovery.

At first you have to mount vendor partition. Then you can copy the file into directory.

Important hint: give correct infos about your device, what exactly you have done, what's the result?
It's not helpful to spam the thread with "help me... help me..."
Sorry for spam. I have successfully mounted. But when I copy the file to the error message as shown above. TWRP can't copy this file @@
 

504 Gatewey

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I've copied the file from my lavender and changed the lines 360-364 and 2018 like mentioned in this post. If you want, you can test. Change the file ending before (remove .txt).Copy it via twrp into the directory and reboot
I copied it, and now I have no sound at all. How to restore ?
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