How To Boost LG G3 Sound & Increase Speaker Volume On Android Lollipop

Despite the fact that Lg G3 has an awesome speaker and the sound is pretty much better than most of other smartphones, you still can boost it for a highest performance. LG was the first company which created a device with a 24bit/192kHz speaker audio playback. It was first announced in LG G2.

LG G3 comes with many improvents comparing with LG G2. The sound was also boosted but not good enough, but in Android world had always space for improvements. This means that even though the LG G3 has a good speaker with a high quality sound, you can make it even better.

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So if you own a LG G3 and want to improve the speaker or the headphones sound, you can easily do it by following our guide provided below. Thanks to the amazing developers now you can boost sound on your LG G3 for a better performance. It’s like a magic and it will improve not only speaker sound but the headphones also.

You will increase the sound without disturbing the quality. This guide is only for LG G3 running Android Lollipop. Be careful when you apply a guide to your device. Make sure to meet all the requirements because it will result in soft bricking, and it’s not easy to restore your phone back to work again.

Since the LG G3 received the official Android Lollipop, developers started to update their moods to fit in Lollipop. So if you have updated you phone to Android Lollipop and want to improve the sound volume go ahead and do it by following the step by step guide below:

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How to boost sound and increase volume on LG G3 running Lollipop


  • A LG G3 running Android Lollipop.
  • You device must be rooted.
  • A custom recovery like CWM or TWRP must be installed.

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How to guide

  •  Download the moded audio boost file from here.
  • Go to system/etc and backup the following files: mixer_paths.xml, mixer_paths_auxpcm.xml, mixer_paths_qcwcn.xml
  • Turn of your phone.
  • Turn it on again but this time in recovery.
  • Wipe Cache.
  • Flash the file you downloaded from above.
  • Reboot.
  • Enjoy!

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