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    How to Boost Increase Volume of Apple iPhone

    There is no doubt that iPhone 4 is one of the best mobile phone till date but we all have to admit that when it comes to volume of the music played in headphone or speaker , it is one of the worst and none of the application from Apple app store and cydia store (jailbreak ) can solve this. but now I have found a trick by which you can boost the volume of ipod or ringtone in your iphone (Jailbroken) .So in this article I am going to show you how to increase volume of your Jailbroken Apple iPhone

    I am assuming that your iPhone is jailbroken and you have iFile installed in it , if not you can install it from cydia app store

    Here is the Procedure

    1.Go to iFile and navigate to /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks

    2.Copy the Celestial.framework folder to a different place as a backup

    3.Now Navigate to /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Celestial.framework

    4. Scroll Down and open the RegionalVolumeLimits.plist with Test Viewer



    5.Click edit the change all the decimal number like <real>0.456789</real> to 1 ,as shown in image below



    6.Click Save and then Done.

    7.Now navigate back to /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Celestial.framework

    8.Open the Folder N## in my case N90 {## denotes number }

    9.Scroll down and open the SystemSoundMaximumVolume.plist with Text Viewer



    10.Scroll down and find something like

    <key>default</key>
    <dict>
    <key>default</key>
    .##
    .headphone
    .##
    .headset
    .##
    .lineout
    .##
    </dict>

    11.Click edit the change the decimal number like <real>0.456789</real> to 1 as shown in image below



    12.Now restart your Apple iPhone and you will get to see the result.

    If your iphone does not work properly after the mod , just paste the folder you backed up in start and overwrite it to the modded one

    Have a blast with your louder Apple iPhone!!!!

    zetastix

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    I have tested it myself on my iPhone4 4.2.1 and indeed everything is much much louder

    Trust me you wouldn't regret it

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    Don't forget to hit Thanks

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    thanks my lineout and headphone got much louder. strange, my speaker didn't get louder at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by daytonaviolet View Post
    thanks my lineout and headphone got much louder. strange, my speaker didn't get louder at all
    which ios are you using bro?

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    Does this not work on 5.01

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddietah View Post
    which ios are you using bro?
    Orig I did it on ios 4.3.3. But I recently updated to ios 5.0.1. I no longer see the same files under private framework. Are the files somewhere else now?

    cant find these files in ios5.0.1

    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Celestial.framework/RegionalVolumeLimits.plist
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Celestial.framework/N90/SystemSoundMaximumVolume.plist

    ps..

    looks like the files were moved here..

    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Mediatoolbox.framework/RegionalVolumeLimits.plist
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Mediatoolbox.framework/N90/SystemSoundMaximumVolume.plist
    Last edited by daytonaviolet; 01-10-2012 at 08:37 PM.

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    does this work on ios 5.0.1??

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    I only try it on my iPhone4 4.2.1 not sure about 5.0.1

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    This method doesn't work on ios 5.0.1.

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    this is an old string, but I can verify that it works on the 4S 5.0.1 and 5.1.1 flawlessly

    Files were moved from Celestial.framework to these two locations (thanks for the copy-paste material daytonaviolet!!!)

    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Mediatoolbox.framework/RegionalVolumeLimits.plist
    /System/Library/PrivateFrameworks/Mediatoolbox.framework/N94/SystemSoundMaximumVolume.plist

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    Wow old thread for sure

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    Put it at 150 for all instead of 1 or 0.89 it will make it a lot louder. I did that to my old iPhone 4 last year speakers still work and hasn't blown them.

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    anyone know if this would work on the iphone 5?
    useful? hit the thanks button!

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    Yes it does it will work on an ios device just gotta find the right path it used to be in private frameworks now it moved to "frameworks" few folders down I have an iPhone 5 iOS 6.1.2 and it works great

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    i do not see RegionalVolumeLimits.plist if this is still valid and works. i have the newest version. ios 6xx

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    System/library/frameworks/mediatoolbox ImageUploadedByModMyi1362329532.293116.jpg ImageUploadedByModMyi1362329549.688725.jpg like I said in my above comment it works for all iPhones and any iOS.
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    This won't blow ya speakers? Kinda scared to mess with this on my five volume loud ebough

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    No it won't blow your speakers I blast Sirius xm full volume at work all day off my phone with it maxed out and its been fine for the past 2 months

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    Aight sounds good may give this a try

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