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Breaking my eardrum

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by 1stdroid, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. 1stdroid
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    The in-call volume on my droid doesn't seem to work or, only occasionally.

    I tried turning down other volumes that would seem independent, like media and ring but, when people call, I get my eardrum blown away on the lowest in-call volume setting.

    Any help for this one?
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    Use audio manager from the market that should help u out goodluck :)
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    Also can try a shutdown and battery pull. It sometimes fixes things that you wouldn't think of. Don't know why.....
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    Thanks guys...

    I tried pulling the battery but, to no avail.

    I'll try the audio manager but, I have to say, I'm getting really tired of having to download and apply independent apps to make fundamental aspects of the phone work.

    I'm not really a happy droid owner. Was first in SW MI as the user name implies. Had high hopes. They've been dashed.
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    Try tapping the volume up, then down. I have to do that to mine, and when I do the volume drops significantly
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    Thanks for the vol up then down tip. I'll try that next time I have an issue.

    I downloaded the free version of the sound manager so, we'll see how that goes as well. So far, after the download and adjusting the in-call volume via the ap, it worked.

    Thanks be to all....