There is nothing worse than missing calls or notifications or not being able to hear music or videos because of a lack of volume. The iPhone has a number of volume settings, each of which controls something a little bit different – media volume that lets you set how loud, or not, your audio and video sounds, and the ringer volume, which provides settings for texts, ring tones and notifications. But, there are also a whole host of other volume settings available to you.
Image : Volume Mixer 2 – All Volume Settings in One Screen
Instead of having to keep switching between those settings to change them, a jailbreak tweak called Volume Mixer 2 puts them all together in one simple interface. Some of you may already be using the original Volume Mixer tweak on older iOS devices but this one has been designed with iOS 9 in mind.
Volume Mixer 2 gives you access to several different volume controls in the same interface :
- Bluetooth headset
- Bluetooth headphones
All of the levels can be configured individually, meaning you can have everything at different levels if you wish. The one thing missing from the new tweak is the ability to support Notification center tab but it does still include support for Activator, undoubtedly one of the most popular jailbreak tweaks of all times.
Configuring Volume Mixer 2 is simple and it’s done via the Preferences pane added to the Settings app when you install the app. Here, you can configure :
- Which Activator action you will use to open the app interface
- Picking which volume sliders will be shown or hidden
- Choosing whether to show or hide the percentage figure beside the sliders
- Configuring the look of the app interface with a choice of skins
- Choosing color settings for the left and right sliders, the thumb grabber and the text color
- Configuring the order the volume sections appear in and disabling those not needed
There are 4 skins to choose from :
- Default iOS
- Cream Rectangle
- Cream round
And the following colors can be used on each of the customizable elements:
Volume Mixer 2 makes accessing all your volume controls in one place dead easy, and with the Activator integration still intact, this is one app that many people are going to find incredibly useful. If you have the original Volume Mixer app, you can upgrade to the new tweak free. If this is your first purchase, it will cost you $0.99 from the BigBoss repository.