mic_888 · Aug 23, 2011 at 05:20 am

Fine Volume Control, Adds A Dial To Volume Dialog

XDA forum member richardop has just released a new Android application that enhances the standard media volume dialog by adding some new functions.

The on-screen media volume dial replaces the default media volume dialog with one that adds a turnable dial to adjust volume and an ability to change the volume level in smaller increments by using the earpiece speaker.

If you ever find that 1 bar of volume is too loud, Fine Volume Control will help solve this issue.

Features include:

  • A fancy volume dial (complete with glow) to use instead of repeatedly pressing the volume buttons.
  • A finer volume setting that effectively lets you go below 1 bar of volume by redirecting sound to the earpiece speaker when you drop below the threshold marked on the slider.
  • Mute and disable buttons
  • Dialog visual styles
For more information and link to the Market, head on over to the application thread1.

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