Call me crazy... Notification / Ringtone link

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  1. JLangevin

    JLangevin Member

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    I cant seem to find the setting where Notifications and Ringtones share the same volume... was this removed for some reason?

    I am on 12.24.1
     
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    Menu/settings /personal tab/sound settings
     
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    Right, and in that menu, there is nothing there to lock the sounds together. Just an idividual slider for each sound volume.

    Silent Mode
    Vibrate
    Flip to Silence
    Pick up to fade tone
    Ringtone Settings (Bring me to select a ringtone)
    Ringtone Volume
    Call Volume
    Notification Settings (Bring me to select a tone)
    Media Volume
    Audible Touch Tones
    Audible Selection
    Screen Lock Sounds
    Haptic Feedback
    Emergency Tone

    Unless I am completely blind, there is no place to link the volumes together.
     
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    So no one else can confirm this?
     
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    Your ringtone volume and notification volume both are controlled by the volume rocker. Turning down ringtone also turns down notifications.

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    That is false. They are separate volumes. The rocker only controlled incoming calls. Notifications. Are ignoring the incoming call volume set by rocker. I loaded my old rom 12.11 and the setting is there and it is NOT there in 12.24. Why not? How does this stuff get missed?
     
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    I just tested this is and it does not work for me either.

    I assigned all calls and notifications the same ringtone.
    In the phone settings I turned all of the volumes on and up
    Set the volume to the lowest it could go on the rocker
    I called my phone, no ring
    I texted my phone, it rang
    I emailed myself through gmail and yahoo, it rang
    Set an Alarm, no ring
    Silent Mode, nothing rang regardless of rocker.

    I didn't go back to 12.11 though to see if it works.

    Does your alarm stay silent as well?

    EDIT - I'm on 12.24, not 12.24.1.
     
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    My alarm is also silent. So for all effects and purposes, the notifications for this Rom are broken 12.24.0 an 12.24.1
     
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    It's actually "for all intents and purposes" (not trying to be the grammar police...that saying is just often misquoted).

    The notifications are not broken though. They still sound when they are supposed to and are silent when they are supposed to be. And my alarm works fine even when I have everything else set to silent. There is a setting to have the alarm sound even when notifications and ringtones are set to silent. There's also a separate volume control for the alarm under alarm settings.


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    I like when I see "for all intensive purposes"...

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    LOL! That's how I actually found out what the saying actually was supposed to be. Because I used to say that. Can't remember how I figured out that was wrong...probably got corrected by some a-hole on the internet LOL!



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    I blame the constant correcting on my mom... That and my deep seated hatred for "mouth noises" while eating.

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