Headset Indicator

Headset Indicator


Make sure headset or headphones are plugged in correctly with simple Headset Indicator.
Headset Indicator makes status bar notification when a headset or headphones are connected.
If supported by device, notification shows if microphone is available.

This app is especially useful for some custom ROMs, devices doesn't have default notifier like some Xperia, Nexus devices.

Be sure to ENABLE notification, open app then click "Enable Notification"

Recent changes:
2013/12/09 1.1
Hide App icon from launcher (optional)
fixed typo.

2013/12/09 1.0
Initial release
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Free
75
3.8
User ratings
30
Installs
1,000+
Concerns
0
File size
84 kb
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About Headset Indicator
Make sure headset or headphones are plugged in correctly with simple Headset Indicator.
Headset Indicator makes status bar notification when a headset or headphones are connected.
If supported by device, notification shows if microphone is available.

This app is especially useful for some custom ROMs, devices doesn't have default notifier like some Xperia, Nexus devices.

Be sure to ENABLE notification, open app then click "Enable Notification"

Recent changes:
2013/12/09 1.1
Hide App icon from launcher (optional)
fixed typo.

2013/12/09 1.0
Initial release
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Apr 18, 2015
Naja Sollte die höchste Priorität haben
A Google User
Feb 5, 2015
Great for LG G3 with headphone problem When headphones are plugged in my LG G3, the phone would see it as a headset. So when you're listening to music or a podcast and move the plug, it would skip around or stop like you're pushing buttons. The way around this problem is to keep unplugging and plugging back until it registers as headphones and not a headset. Great app, thanks a bunch.
A Google User
Jul 23, 2014
Does what it says on the can. Thanks for this app! I dropped my phone (HTC G2, Android 4.04) and the sound quit working. I wanted to see if I'd damaged the hardware, and sure enough, this app tells me the phone now thinks there's a headset plugged in (there isn't). If this happened to you too, try a headset-disabling app or widget to get your sound back -- it worked for me.
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