The Android OS may not be perfect, but the fact that you customize it to perfection is why people love it. While there are plenty of ways to tweak the power and home button on devices, here is a great way to customize volume buttons.

If you’ve ever ended up reducing the ringer volume when you wanted to reduce the media volume, you know exactly how annoying it can be. Fortunately, there is a neat app that helps you control media volume by default, rather than the ringer volume.

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Step 1: Install the Rocker Locker app

Rocker Locker is a cool app that allows you to custom volume buttons and control media volume by default. It is available on the Google Play Store for free and does not require root access for it to work.

Customize volume buttons

Download Rock Locker from the Google Play Store

Step 2: Enable the app service

There is no rocket science behind the Rocker Locker app – Simply tap on “Enable” to launch the app service. Once enabled, Rocker Locker will ensure that every time you use the volume buttons, it control media volume and not the ringer volume.

Customize volume buttons

Rocker Locker will automatically activate every time the device boots up, so you don’t have to manually activate it every time. Although the app allows you to customize volume buttons, you can still access the volume slider for the ringer.

Aren’t you glad that you can now control your media volume without mistakenly changing your ringer volume? Do let us know your thoughts on this quick tip in the comment section below.

Source: WonderHowTo

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