mic_888 · Jan 22, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Louder Volume Hack For HD2 Android

If you’re an HD2 owner running Android on your device, maybe you’re getting fed up with the sound quality? The speaker on the HD2 isn’t of the highest quality which is how AudioHack came to be.

XDA forum member divdt has posted the volume hack to help squeeze as much as possible from the HD2 speaker.

AudioHack version 3.6 includes widgets although the app must be run before setting up the widget, and may also require a restart. No Nexus support has been stated.

To post some feedback or discussion and to download the apk file, head on over to the application thread.


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