Please help. I got a sprint galaxy s4 maybe about a month ago. I truly love the phone but out of nowhere I get a strange issue. I haven't used my Samsung earphones all day until now and the volume is Very low. I tuned the volume settings to its highest and it is still very low for some reason. My Samsung earphones are the only earphones I have at the moment.
My S3 keeps volume/ringtone keeps increasing on its own. When left on a table by itself, or in my hand when I'm on my phone, it will adjust the volume/ringtone all the way to max, and then keep trying to reach max volume. When it does this, it will keep beeping, like it normally does when you change volume.
I've recently upgraded from a HTC One X to a HTC One. I've noticed the volume control isn't as good with the new handset, as the lowest volume setting is still quite loud. With my HTC One X I could put the volume of games down so that it was loud enough for me to hear, but not loud enough to annoy anyone in the vicinity ie my wife lying next to me.
I use my One V as a dedicated music player. Every time I change the volume with the hard buttons, I get a media volume popup that covers up most of my Power Amp screen. I find this annoying. Is there a way to remove or disable this? I didn't find anything when I searched online.
There's a thread about this in the N4 section, but I didn't see any answers there, so I figured I'd post here.
Lately when I try to turn the volume up with the side rocker, I often get a popup message "Raise volume above safe level? Listening at high volume for long periods may damage your hearing." It's very annoying, and I'd like to disable it.
I was trying to audit file access in a Windows 2008 R2 server, and (my fault) enabled it for the entire volume (say, disk e:). Of course I was getting lots of entries in the security log, a big amount to handle -and even bigger when trying to understand how this works.
Anyway, I deleted the SACL for the volume (Properties, Security, Advanced, Audit), but all file access kept being audited.
I just created a tor hidden (plausible deniability) volume. I used a 32GB USB flash drive, for the outer volume, and made the inner volume 20GB. Does this mean that I can safely add another ~12GB of data to the outer volume without corrupting the hidden inner volume? I'd like to store my bank statements on the outer one, so I should never need more than 1GB.
I installed Foxfi which required that I create a lock screen password before it would work. I assumed that I would be able to remove lock screen security during the times when I don't need to create a hotspot. But now it will not let me disable the security. I even uninstalled foxfi and restarted the phone but the option to disable is still greyed out.