How to Boost the Speaker and Headphone Volume on LG G2 (All Variants)

LG G2 is the latest smartphone from LG and one of the best smartphone of 2013. LG G2 is the first smartphone come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor clocked at 2.3 GHz with Quad-Core Adreno 330 GPU for better gaming and graphics experience. LG G2 come with 2 GB RAM and available of 16 GB and 32 GB versions. A 13 MP rear camera and 2 MP front camera with full HD video recording. LG G2 come with a 5.2 inch full HD display with screen resolution 1920 x 1080 px (with 423 PPI). A 3000 mAh Li-Polymer battery for good battery life. All this high end hardware specs sounds awesome. But LG G2 is facing issues related to Camera Lag and performance. If you are facing Lags and poor performance try our previous article How To Make LG G2 Performance Faster and Fix Lag Issue. Secondly, LG G2 users are not happy with speaker and headphones volume output. In this article we will provide to step by step tutorials to fix this issue.

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Features:

  • Moves volume sweet spot to 50% (by default it is at  80-90%)
  • Removes need for volume boosting apps
  • Does not alter DAC raw audio signal quality
  • Provides optimized signal drive for higher Ohm headphones
  • Improved audio texture and fullness
  • Improved low-end at optimal listening levels

Supported LG G2 Models:

  • AT&T LG G2 D800
  • T-Mobile LG G2 D801
  • International LG G2 D802
  • Canadian LG G2 D803 (Rogers, Bell, Telus, etc.)
  • Sprint LG G2 LS980
  • Verizon LG G2 VS980
  • Korean LG G2 F320L
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Before You Begin:

  • Your LG G2 must be rooted before begin. If your device is not rooted. Follow one of the following article.

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Download Required Files:

How Install Volume MOD On LG G2:

  • Download and extract Volume Boost MOD zip file on your PC and copy snd_soc_msm_Taiko file in your LG G2.
  • Now Launch Root Browser (Download Link Given In Before You Begin Section).
  • In Root Browser go to /system/etc/ directory.
  • Search for snd_soc_msm_Taiko and copy it on SD Card as a backup.
  • Now replace snd_soc_msm_Taiko file with the downloaded  snd_soc_msm_Taiko file in /system/etc/ directory (When it asks You want to overwrite file, choose Yes).
  • Now select and tap on snd_soc_msm_Taiko file and select Permissions option.
  • Now change its permission to 0644 that is rw- r– r–  (Owner= Read+Write, Group=Read and Others= Read) .
  • Now exit Root Browser and reboot your device.

Now test speaker and headphones volume output of your LG G2.

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