How to set individual volume levels for separate Bluetooth devices


With the death of the 3.5mm headphone jack looming over the mobile industry, it’s becoming more common to have multiple Bluetooth devices connected to your phone. The annoying part of this problem is that not all Bluetooth devices are created equal and sometimes, you may want your car’s Bluetooth audio to be louder than the speaker in your shower.

It’s also especially annoying when your phone returns to its standard safe volume level after you’ve removed your headphones or another listening devices. The good news is there’s an app called Bluetooth Volume Control that can help you with this problem. It allows you to set individual volumes for each Bluetooth accessory connected to your phone.

How to get separate Bluetooth volume on your device

  1. Install Bluetooth Volume Control from the Google Play Store.
  2. Open the app and set the individual volume levels for your accessories.
  3. Once you connect to one of your Bluetooth devices, a second or two later you’ll see a volume pop-up and the volume level you set will be adjusted automatically.

Now you’re all set to have your shower speaker quietly serenade you in the morning and you don’t have to worry about waking up the whole house because you were rocking out on your way home from work yesterday.

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