I have an amateur theater group and next month we’ll be launching a new small production that has seven phones in it. It’s a mix of various iPhones and Androids and I actually managed to get them running reliably, which I consider a small miracle. Big thanks to the app developers and the various tips here on the forums. However, I have some issues with volume.
As long as the phones are only ringing and beeping, it’s fine. However, I’d also like to play faked calls directly from the phones rather than from stage speakers - just for the illusion of it. I can afford it since we have a small place for only about 60 audience members so the phones should be loud enough. “Should” but aren’t.
The Volume Multiplier on iPhone has been a huge help. Without it, the iPhones were too silent. With it, they’re loud and clear.
However, the feature is missing in the Android version and I was wondering if it’s possible to implement it. It would help tremendously. Without it, the faked calls on Android are too silent and pretty much unusable. As I’ve mentioned in another thread, I believe this is a case of the app only using partial volume to which apps are normally limited, and not using the actual volume range the phone is able to produce (which seems to be reserved for loud phone calls). It this feature even possible on Android?
TLDR: Volume Multiplier on Android, pretty please?
Thanks a lot!