Phone calls, bluetooth, and volume adjustment?

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by pilot25, Dec 30, 2011.

  1. pilot25

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    Anyone use a jawbone bluetooth headset knows there is no volume adjustment on the headset. With the droid, I would just hit volume up or down. However, with the Nexus I have found you have to have the screen on to change the volume while on a call. So I have to hit the power button then volume. Totally annoying. Not so if you are listening to media. With media the volume button works properly.

    Anyone else have this?
     
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    Seriously, no one has this problem?
     
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    Yeah I have as Jawbone a well. That does suck, maybe the software assumes if you can press the volume button you can hit power first. I don't know why and tbh I haven't really needed it much so it may be more of an issue for me in the future. Sorry I couldn't help.

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