Android P Volume Slider is Volume control Widget recently introduced in first developer preview of Android P.
Its a new vertical volume control to adjust volume in android P and onward updates.
Android P Volume Slider allows exactly the same Volume control widget for all android devices from android 4.1+ on wards.
No wait for official android P support for your device. install Android P Volume Slider app and have a similar experience for controlling volume for your phone.
App allows you to control different volume channels of your android device directly from notification. This will help you to avoid pressing physical volume button hardware keys.
App shows floating volume control like android P and its floating volume control that runs above all running apps and games, so without leaving your running app, you can easily increase or decrease volume of game or app.
To make volume adjustments a bit easier, App lets you raise or lower your volume level by simply swiping down the notification of your screen.
Its Volume Toggles at Volume notification and also have Volume control Widget, so you can instantly change and control volume levels form your home screen and quickly adjust the current volume levels of alarm, media player, voice call, ringer and system notifications..
◇ Android P like Floating Volume Panel with default duration for it.
◇ Volume Slider Position on screen to reach out the seekbar easily
◇ Color for Volume Notification bar and for Widget too.
◇ Color option for Toggles icon on notification bar
◇ Install and explore more..
Android P Volume Slider Widgets are very similar of Volume Toggles in Notification bar and provide the same functions.
Install it from the market, then install manually the widget to the desired location of the desktop in standard way for your device:
✔ Long touch on your home screen or click the menu button;
✔ Choose "Add";
✔ Click on "Widgets";
✔ Choose the Android P Volume Slider Widget.
If Widget is not in the widgets list:
✔ Make sure that it's installed into internal memory! Widgets do not work from SD card;
✔ Restart your system.
Please note that the following permissions are required to use the app (the function/reasons are provided in brackets):
✔ Do Not Disturb Permission(Android 7+ devices require this permission to change the volume level to 0 or increase it from 0)
✔ System Overlay Permission(Floating Volume Control panel runs on top of any running apps and it require this permission)
✔ Run at startup (restore settings after startup)
NOTE: Starting from Android version 4.1.x (Jelly Bean) in the standard firmware channels "System", "Alert" and "Ringer" are tied.
They can not be set separately. This is not the reason to blame the app.
At the same time, in some versions of firmware (e.g. in Samsung), these channels are NOT tied. Therefore the App have the opportunity to display and to adjust them separately, if possible.
Version 1.11 on 03.21.2018
by am.it_sh.ah on 04.10.2018thumb_up
Works like charm. Would had given 5 stars but there are minor bugs. Volume button doesn't clicks pictures in camera app. Would have be great if there was a option to make notification transparent. Also in play store current version is 1.2+. It's free here so I can understand.
by TricksTribe on 03.11.2018thumb_up
Works perfectly,but when I was touching the slider also it is disabling there is a bug please solve it I will give 5 rating
by papoy1019 on 04.04.2018thumb_up
Awesome! Is it possible to add a tile, that when pressed widget like button will pop up.
by urbancamo786 on 03.24.2018thumb_up
Have some bugs ,not showing the do not disturb logo in end of volume slider
by Moto Singh on 03.25.2018thumb_up
No option to reset.
by DJJosephJumper on 03.12.2018thumb_up
Good idea, but it needs to show the slider when I press volume keys.
by Burger King on 03.18.2018thumb_up
It would be best if the app would have shortcuts for button mapper. It would make it so easy to use!
by OPXLOVER on 03.17.2018thumb_down
Just replace system volume slider
by Timmmmaaahh on 03.12.2018thumb_up
Pretty cool but I hate persistent stuff in my notifications. Have it replacing the stock volume sliders and you've got yourself a winner! Use root if you have to. It doesn't all have to be systemless nowadays ;)
by djlukas1983 on 03.26.2018thumb_up
There is a bug in a hardware buttons control. When I try to increase volume using volume+ button it switches volume modes (ringtone, media, alarm volume and so on) instead of volume.