If you have damaged your smartphone, by dropping it somewhere on a harsh surface or sitting down on a metal chair, congratulations! You've invited a headache for yourself. Using a repaired or damaged smartphone can really test your patience sometimes.
However, there are lots of service centers available, but all you need is time! In case, if you have damaged your volume button we have some temporary fix for you to adjust the volume of the device.
Today, we propose two methods to gain access to your smartphone's volume settings even though it's on repair.
Step 1: Open 'Settings' option on your device
Step 2: Go to 'Sound and notifications'
Step 3: Tap on 'Sound' option and adjust the volume for media, notifications, and ringer.
What else an Android app can't do? There is a dedicated Android app on Play Store that goes by the name Volume Chop cut. This app will provide the user with on-the-fly access on your smartphone that lets you access your volume controls while playing a game or using an app through your device's notifications menu.
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In this software, it gives you three options -- Basic Notifications, Advanced Notifications, and Floating Widgets.
Basic Notifications: Once you tap on, it will add a small menu into the notification panel, where you can control the volume just by sliding down the screen.
Advanced Notifications: This setting will insert the volume up and down feature so that you can directly control the volume.
Floating Widgets: This setting will create a little floating button you can tap to access volume controls. Sometimes, while playing games or watching movies, it might annoy you!