With the removal of 3.5mm headphone jack from Apple iPhone, the use of Bluetooth headphones increased. Not only Apple devices, Android users are also opting Bluetooth headphones for more convenience and simplicity.
There are many advantages of Bluetooth headphones over wired ones. They are easy to carry, no wires hassle or wire tangling problems, easy to control volume and playlist and easy to connect. The built-in volume control on the Bluetooth headset gives a comfortable control over the volume of your Android device. These are the main advantages of Bluetooth headphone when you use with Smartphone.
However, there is one disadvantage with Bluetooth headphones, which is low volume. The output volume comes low when compared to the wired headset. But, there is a fix for this issue. If you are using Bluetooth headset for your smartphone, this article is just for you.
Using Volume Increasing Apps
So, here is the easiest method to increase Bluetooth headset volume. Using the apps. There are several apps available on the Playstore that allows increasing the volume of your Bluetooth headset. Here are some of out picks.
1. Bluetooth Volume Control
Bluetooth Volume Control is a specifically designed app for Bluetooth headset users. It is an Android app with detailed volume control options for each device you connect. This app remembers the volume control of each connected Bluetooth devices.
2. Volume Booster Pro
Volume Booster Pro is yet another app for maximizing Bluetooth volume on your Android smartphone. This app lets you adjust volume options like music volume, alarm volume, call voice volume and other system volumes independently. With the help of one key, you can control all the available volume options on your Android device.
Using Android System Options
Using Android system controls you can increase the Bluetooth headset volume. The following method is worked on Android Nougat 7 device.
First, you have to enable the developer options on your Android device.
- System -> About phone, and tap on “Build number” seven times.
- Settings -> System -> Developer options.
- Developer options -> Networking-> enable the “Disable absolute volume”.
This option will separate the Bluetooth volume and system volume. Now onwards, you can manage the Bluetooth headset volume independently without mixing with Android system volume.
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