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Decouple ringtone and notifications

Discussion in 'Team D1-MIUI' started by MetropolisHero, Feb 3, 2011.

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    Does anybody know of a way to decouple notifications from ringtone volume? My notifaction is just way too loud and my ringtone is too quiet when I turn it down. I tried using a market app but it doesn't seem to work.

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    I have tried to look for a solution as well without any luck. Just one of those quirks with MIUI that I hope they fix soon.

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    Early versions had ring and noti sounds coupled together. Then for about 3 - 4 releases they had them separated. And now a couple weeks ago we find them joined together again. I too wish they operated independently.
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    Try Audiomanager from the market
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    Thanks for the advice with audiomanager, it really helped solve my problem.

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    You don't need an app. Go to Settings > Sound > Volume > Uncheck "Use Incoming call volume for notifications" then set them each individually
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    That's the problem, on the version of MIUI I am on (D1-MIUI-1.1.14.0) that setting does not exist. What version are you on?
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    Latest version of MIUI has them separate, so you can update to that to resolve your issue.
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    +1 settings>personal>sound settings>uncheck "use ringtone volume" then set your pleasure
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