You may have some of the many Bluetooth devices, such as speakers for the bedroom, speakers for living room, headphones, etc. But with every device we might have the levels a favorite prayer, such as the sound of the top of the living room, the sound of a lighter for the bedroom, etc., which means that you will have to always remember to adjust the sound level when we associate those devices wirelessly.
However, the developers in the forum XDA Developers have discovered some evidence suggesting that the Android-P may come to solving this problem. According to diktat, it seems that one of the features that come with Android P is the ability to remember the volume levels for each Bluetooth device, which means that when pairing a particular device, it will determine the sound levels accordingly.
No one needs to have more than a few seconds to adjust the audio levels, but we assume in the end that this is about convenience as well as improve the quality of life, and this is something which we trust that users will they in the long run. Based on what is said, You will have to wait for some time before the system version of the Android P formally, but the good news is that, as pointed out by the developers in the forum XDA Developers, there is an app on the Google Play Store called Bluetooth Volume Control does the same thing, so users can use this app to get this feature to Android.
The post Android-P May remembers the audio levels for Bluetooth devices appeared first on electronic.