Android disable volume warning


I have an S4 on the most up to date android os and updates.

This volume warning is really annoying me, I love the phone and android but this thing is driving me mad.
It keeps resetting the volume on me and the warning keeps on popping up when the phone is "screen off" in my pocket.

I have read you have to root the phone to fix this.
If so then so be it.

Can anyone post steps to do this with or without rooting the phone(preferably without).?

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Sir LearnalotCommented:
Try installing this....
Otherwise only other suggestion would be to root
If this doesn't work I would head over to the XDA forums to find the root procedure for your phone
wannabecraigAuthor Commented:
Hi ty for this, going to test this app out and see how it goes really don't want to root my phone for nothing. if the app works ill mark as a solution tomorrow.
wannabecraigAuthor Commented:
This doesn't seem to be working. Can anyone confirm if the volume warning is meant to come up at all ever again once this is installed?
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Sir LearnalotCommented:
I crawled a couple of forums before I posted it and other users were confirming it was working... it seems they overrode it by setting the volume all the way to max (in that application) when the headphones are plugged in and reported not seeing the warning anymore. Did you try that?
wannabecraigAuthor Commented:
Yes I did that,

I noticed it start up once only one time the phone had just powered on.

I will test it properly in the next few days, it looks like a good solution.

Sir LearnalotCommented:
Any luck?

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wannabecraigAuthor Commented:
Confirmed, great solution. much better than rooting.
Sir LearnalotCommented:
Glad it worked out. Have a great day and enjoy the rest of your week!
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