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How to control microphone (mute) input volume (input gain)

I'm using Intel INDE for video streaming purposes (Android).

The main problem is how to mute/unmute the devices microphone in Android.

The only way I found is to not set the AudioFormatAndroid of Intel INDE API deleting these lines:

audioFormat = new AudioFormatAndroid("audio/mp4a-latm", 44100, 1);
capture.setTargetAudioFormat(audioFormat);

The problem is that I need to do it during the streaming, not before.

Therefore I tried to manage microphone input settings like:

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电池续航时间,尤其是移动设备,对于用户的重要性不言而喻。我们都遇到过这样的时刻,即在最需要的时候设备突然断电 — 无论是在一座新城市中导航,还是正在接听一个重要的电话。虽然看上去不是那么明显,但是通过优化应用性能,开发人员能够降低系统功耗,进而为用户带来帮助。

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