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    Question Volume too low

    Just loaded MP3 songs onto my Superpad but the volume is so low I can barely hear it. Anything I can do to alleviate this? I have the volume up to the max.

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    Same so do i,need for help. Thanks


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    Try using 'MP3 Gain' to alter the volume levels.
    The default DB is 89 but you can change it to a much higher level.
    Last edited by Strebor; 12-12-2011 at 11:19 AM.

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    i am also having the same problem with volume since it got upgraded to ics.....btw,mp3 gain is not for tablet.....is there any other solution for getting back the normal volume back?

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    Try Volume+ in the market. It does work on Tablets, and there is a free and a paid version of the app.
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