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YOUR Android phone has a fantastic trick that could help protect your ears.

It's easy enough to find, if you know where to look.

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There's a special audio setting that lets you edit the maximum volume for your Android device.

This means you can limit (or expand) how loud your music or podcast app plays back.

You might want a higher maximum volume if you're using a smartphone in a loud environment.

But probably more useful is reducing the maximum volume to protect your ears.

It's always important to be careful when adjusting maximum volume settings.

Loud noises can permanently damage your hearing, so make sure you're not taking any risks.

According to the CDC, damage to your hearing is possible after two hours of exposure to 80-85 decibel noise – that's the equivalent of a gas-powered lawnmower or leaf blower.

And at 95 decibels (like a motorcycle), damage to hear is possible after just 50 minutes of exposure.

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So reducing your Android phone's maximum volume could be a good way to keep your ears in great health.

How to adjust maximum volume on Android phone

To do this, unlock your Android phone and then go into Settings.

Now go to Sounds and Vibration, and then look for Volume.

Next tap the three dots in the top-right corner and choose Media Volume Limit.

This lets you adjust the maximum volume for media using a slider.

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You can also lock these settings using a PIN so no one else can adjust them on the device.

Be aware that the settings may be in a slightly different location depending on your phone model.

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This very popular puzzle that can only be solved by smart people…

Today, the internet is full of puzzles that follow a pattern, aimed at chasing a chain of numbers and puzzles. They challenge you to try to find the mathematical rules needed to continue the series. This time, we present you with this simple challenge: 1, 11, 21, 1211,…. What’s the next number?

The solution to this puzzle is obvious!

You do a lot of arithmetic to figure out the next number, but it’s easier than it sounds. There is a pattern in 1, 11, 21, 1211, but the solution is not to try multiple math calculations, but to name the sequence out loud and realize that each number is not the same. So, 1 is “one”, 11 is “two” and 21 is “one two, one”.

But Which number continues the sequence? solution Break down the digits in the sequence by describing each digit aloud, only and exclusively in this way we obtain the following figure. The last number in the sequence is 1211, so if we break it down We get the result “one, one, two, two one”: 111221. This sequence is known as Conway’s constant or audio active decay and is infinite.

Number sequence and chain puzzles are already social media classics. This constant, in particular, was introduced by John Conway. He described the construction of the solution as a play on words describing the aforementioned term:

1 “One”

11 “Two in One”

21 “One Two and One”

1211 “One one, one two and two one”

111221 “Three one, two two and one”

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312211 “One three, one, two two and two one”


In this constant, only digits 1, 2 and 3 are used. Also, another curious fact is that the results of the following number tend to a constant value, which is Conway’s constant: 1.303577269. On the other hand, Conway showed that from a certain point each term of the sequence can be decomposed into 92 subunits, which are still used today to decompose chemical elements.

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