Galaxy Note 3 MTK6589 1.2Ghz QuadCore - Fix Volume Issue

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  1. SonyTark

    SonyTark Member

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    For those who don't know , this is a chineese version of the Galaxy Note 3 , with the following specification :

    5.7Inch
    1280x720p Screen Resolution ( 320ppi )
    13Mpx Camera back & 2.0Mpx Front camera
    S-Pen without button
    1.2Ghz MediaTek QuadCore
    2Gb RAM
    8Gb Internal Memory

    This phone is well known for the Low Volume During calls, soo here is a step by step tutorial how to root it and fix the Low Volume Issue

    - Download FramaRoot and Choose Boromit Script ( if it's not working, then choose the other Script )
    Reboot Your Phone

    - Install MobileUncle Tools and Open it

    The tweaking Value's Would be the following :

    Enter with MobileUncle Tools into Engineer Mode ( MTK ) – Hardware Testing – Audio and change this :

    Normal Mode

    Type – Sip

    Max Volume Box 0-160 Insert 160 – Set – Press OK

    Type – Sph
    Level 0 – 50 – Set – Press OK
    Level 1 – 74 – Set – Press OK
    Level 2 – 88 – Set – Press OK
    Level 3 – 100 – Set – Press OK
    Level 4 – 120 – Set – Press OK
    Level 5 – 140 – Set – Press OK
    Level 6 – 160 – Set – Press OK

    Type – Sph2
    Level 0 – 50 – Set – Press OK
    Level 1 – 74 – Set – Press OK
    Level 2 – 88 – Set – Press OK
    Level 3 – 100 – Set – Press OK
    Level 4 – 120 – Set – Press OK
    Level 5 – 140 – Set – Press OK
    Level 6 – 160 – Set – Press OK


    Go back to Audio – Loudspeaker Mode

    Type – Ring
    Level 0 – 112 – Set – Press OK
    Level 1 – 136 – Set – Press OK
    Level 2 – 160 – Set – Press OK
    Level 3 – 184 – Set – Press OK
    Level 4 – 208 – Set – Press OK
    Level 5 – 232 – Set – Press OK
    Level 6 – 255 – Set – Press OK

    Type – Sph
    Level 0 – 40 – Set – Press OK
    Level 1 – 80 – Set – Press OK
    Level 2 – 100 – Set – Press OK
    Level 3 – 116 – Set – Press OK
    Level 4 – 128 – Set – Press OK
    Level 5 – 144 – Set – Press OK
    Level 6 – 160 – Set – Press OK

    Type – Sph2
    Level 0 – 40 – Set – Press OK
    Level 1 – 80 – Set – Press OK
    Level 2 – 100 – Set – Press OK
    Level 3 – 116 – Set – Press OK
    Level 4 – 128 – Set – Press OK
    Level 5 – 144 – Set – Press OK
    Level 6 – 160 – Set – Press OK

    Max Volume Box insert 160 – Set – Press Ok


    Go back to Audio – Headset_LoudSpeaker Mode

    Type – Ring
    Level 0 – 112 – Set – Press OK
    Level 1 – 136 – Set – Press OK
    Level 2 – 160 – Set – Press OK
    Level 3 – 184 – Set – Press OK
    Level 4 – 208 – Set – Press OK
    Level 5 – 232 – Set – Press OK
    Level 6 – 255 – Set – Press OK


    Max Headset Box Vol 0-160 – Insert 160 – Press Set – Ok


    Max Speaker Box Vol 0-160 – Insert 160 – Press Set – Ok


    Reboot Your Phone

    Voilaa :p
     
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  3. Blingtron5

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    is this working for any other Android Device with Low Speaker Volume ? What's the risk doing this ?
     
  4. SonyTark

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    i don't know if it's working for other devices, you'll need to give it a try by yourself and post here if it's working soo others can know that...

    PS : Take it at your own risk, messing with wrong values most damage your phone, but you can always go back to normal by trying a factory reset or installing the ROM again :rolleyes:
     
  5. Blingtron5

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    Ok man, thank you for the answer :)
     

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