Prevent Inadvertent Volume Changes With Volume Control+
Have you ever missed a call because you unintentionally lowered the ringer volume? Have you been searching for a way to lock the volume to make sure this doesn’t happen? If so, XDA forum member CuBz90 has stumbled across the perfect solution that can be obtained for free from the Android Market.
In addition to allowing you to lock your volume level, Volume Control+ allows you to create appealing widgets to control any of your device’s volume settings. In the words of the developers:
Volume Control+ is a volume control app that support
changing control types and colors.
Three kinds of control types
– Volume dial : Feeling of analog device
Buttons : Precise control
Seek bars(sliders) : Quick and easy
※ If you want to know the total volume in dial control mode, turn your device into horizontal
– Change ringtone
– Use incoming call volume for notifications
– ‘Lock volume’ prevent unwanted changing volume and ringer mode
(The volume will be fixed in locked state, but this application can control the volume in lock state)
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