How To Disable Unsafe Volume Warning on Android Phone


Are you getting annoyed by these unsafe volume warnings on an android phone? Are you looking for a way to get rid of this problem once it for all? Well, we have found two ways to remove this problem on android phone one is for android root users and another one is for users who haven’t root their phone.

The volume warning dialogue box only appears when you raise the volume of your android phone past 85 Db. Almost every smartphone companies follow this rule set by the European Committee for Electrotechnical Standardization. In case if you want to raise your volume past this rule then you have to tap on the OK button. This issue is common for the users who pair their phone with Bluetooth speaker to listen to music or play games that are optimized to output less sound.


Temporary Fix

To fix the problem for continuously interrupting your music experience just tap on the OK button on volume warning dialogue box and don’t restart your phone. If you restart your phone then the dialogue box will appear again.

Disable Unsafe Volume Warning on UnRooted Phones (Permanently)

If you haven’t rooted your phone and looking for a way to disable unsafe volume warning dialogue box then it’s going to be a lot harder. I advised you to use this method only if can tinkering with android operating system files. Follow the step by step guide to remove the dialogue box from appearing:-

#1 First Download These Tools

Tasker App, Auto Tools App, and ADB Tools

#2 Activate USB Debugging

Second Step is to activate USB Debugging on your phone so that you can customize the OS files.

#3 Allowing Auto Tools App to Access OS Files

In the third step, we grant access to the auto tools app that it can access specific OS files in an android phone. Normal Apps couldn’t access or overwrite data on OS so we use ADB Tool to add a command that allows Auto Tool Apps to access and change a specific command.

  • Go to ADB Installed Folder and Launch a Terminal by clicking on the Shift Button + Mouse Right Button anywhere in the free area.
  • A pop-up dialogue box will appear then click on “Open Command Window Here”.
  • Type or copy the command
    Adb shell pm grant com.joaomgcd.autotools android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS
  • Save the file in that folder to access or modify the OS file through Auto Tool App.

#4 Instruct the Tasker App to Apply these Settings in boot

  • Launch the tasker app and tap on the + icon given at the bottom right side.
  • Tap on Event and go to Tasker -> Monitor Start.
  • Tap on the back button and create a new task a subcommand of this entire Event.
  • On the task creation screen tap on the + icon to create a new Action.
  • For this action tap on Task -> Wait and enter the wait time to be 40 seconds.
  • Create a new action and go to Plugin -> Auto Tools -> Secure Settings.
  • Tap on the Pen button to open configuration settings.
  • Go to Custom Setting and enter the following information.
    Setting Type: Global
    Name: audio_safe_volume_state
    Input Type: int
    Value: 2
  • Save the settings and reboot your phone.

Disable Unsafe Volume Warning on Rooted Phones (Permanently)

In case if you have rooted your phone before then you can install a third-party application to fix this problem. The most prominent way to fix the problem is by installing the Xposed Framework on your Phone.

Once you have rooted your phone and install Xposed Framework then you can install a module named NoSafeVolumeWarining on your phone to permanently fix the problem.

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