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    Volume Control

    How do you return voice volume to the level it was before using a Bluetooth? My normal phone voice volume is on the lowest setting. However, when I use my Bluetooth, then turn if off, my phone voice volume is deafening. People around me can hear what my caller says. I've tried turning the volume down using the side volume controls, but nothing happens. Is there a way to return the volume to its pre-Bluetooth volume?
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    This is a big drawback to HTC Sense. I don't recall my old Droid X having this problem, but with an HTC Sense phone, you can only modify the volume of the earpiece, bluetooth, or media volume if you are currently using that feature.

    For example, you can only lower the bluetooth volume when you are using bluetooth for sound.

    You might try going to Settings, then Sound, and Volume. In the box that pops up, you can modify Ringtone volume, Media volume, and Alarm volume. You can also modify Notifications volume or set notifications to be the same volume level as Ringtone volume (which I always do). Unfortunately, that wouldn't solve your Bluetooth sound problem.

    Just to be clear, there is no solution, unless you are willing to ditch HTC Sense for a custom ROM that is only Vanilla (Android without any phone manufacturers' UI's like Sense or MotoBlur).

    EDIT: In the Volume settings, "Media Volume" should raise or lower Bluetooth volume. Ringtone volume might work too, depending on what bluetooth device you are using with your phone.
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    Incredible Volume loud after BT use

    I have the same problem. If I use bluetooth then turn it off and return to regular phone use, the internal speaker volume is extremely loud, even though in the Settings it is set to its lowest. It is so loud it sounds like the external speaker, and you can hear it from across the room! I have always had this problem, in V2.1 and 2.2, and now rooted. The only way I have found to stop it is to reboot the phone. This is a major pain to reboot every time I turn off BT. If anybody has found a fix for this I would like to know about it. I searched about 6 months ago, and although there were many complaints of this behavior, nobody knew how to fix it. Thanks.
    Last edited by jazzfreek; 03-07-2011 at 09:03 AM. Reason: spelling
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