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  1. JDH

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    Droid turbo on 6.0.1, problem, want loud ringer and not so loud notification. When adjusting loudness level they move in tandem. Want to adjust separately
    Any suggestions?
     
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    Unfortunatey the GOOG decided that's how it must be. Like you I preferred to have the separate volumes that were available with Lollipop.
     
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    Huh...I forgot that was ever an option. To each their own. I like them to be at the same level when my phone isn't on vibrate.

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    I liked the split controls for a couple of reasons. One being the different "inherent" volumes for whatever tones I plucked off of Zedge could be better balanced..and two I could turn down the "notificiation" volume when my wife decided to send ten paragraphs worth of Txt messages...but keep the ringer volume up and not miss any phone calls.
     
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    I also never cared for the graduated ringer volume, Would like to be able to turn that off.