I've been told numerous times that I listen to music way too loud, to the point of potential hearing damage, especially when I have my headphones plugged in. Not only do my friends tell me this, but my Samsung Galaxy S4 likes to nag me as well. Once I pass a certain volume threshold (nine steps) with my headphones, I get that annoying high volume alert.
Sorry, my hearing isn't as good as it once was, so let me jam in peace!
If you're tired of the constant nagging like I am, then do something about it. While you won't really be able to shut your friends up, you can stop your Galaxy S4 from giving you that obtrusive high-volume warning.
Open up the Xposed Installer, tap on the Download tab, then search for and install the module called NoSafeVolumeWarning from dev pyler. Now, we've actually shown you how to disable this alert before, but we used Wanam Xposed to do the dirty work, which required additional steps. NoSafeVolumeWarning gets the job done faster, with no real setup involved.
After installing, make sure to activate it and reboot your GS4 to get it working.
Once your device reboots, you can go listen to some music, put it as loud as it can go, and never receive that warning again.
This mod has no actual app or UI, so it's ready to roll. If you ever want to revert back, simply un-check the mod in the Xposed Installer, or uninstall it completely.
It's a simple adjustment to your device that addresses the annoying reminder that we may be damaging our ears. Let me worry about that when I'm old and grey. To quote rock group MC5, "Let me be who I am, and let me kick out the jams!"
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