Re: Android oboe audio low volume

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On Monday 13 February 2023 at 20:53:24, Antony Stone wrote:

> On Monday 13 February 2023 at 20:28:28, Branko Zebec wrote:
> > On all Android phones I've checked, the speaker volume is higher on
> > OpenSLES than on Oboe. On all Android phones, the oboe is very quiet on
> > the speaker.
> Okay, I think I have understood now what you are comparing.
> The bit I do not understand is what this has to do with PJSIP (which is a
> signalling protocol, not an audio transport or encoding  method).

I've now read
and I'm pretty certain the difference is nothing to do with PJSIP.

I suggest that you contact the Oboe developers 
to ask more about what you are experiencing.


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