Seprate Phone and Notification sound volume

Discussion in 'Samsung Galaxy Nexus' started by ccgustavus, Dec 21, 2011.

  1. ccgustavus

    ccgustavus Member

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    Hi, I looked for a way to do this but couldn't find it. With all the other droids / android phones I've had, there was away in sounds to separate the ringtone and notification volumes. I like to silence my notifications at night, but still let the phone ring. With the Galaxy Nexus I have not found away to do that. Anyone have any tips?
     
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    try audio manager in market??
     
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    Volume control is a great app that lets you seperate the two. It also has a volume toggle widget and gives you the ability to lock the volume in place in case you accidently hit the side button.
     
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    Volume+ free in the market works.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using DroidForums
     
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    Thank you for the replies...I tried all three of your suggestions, but ringtone and notification always move the same. Any other thoughts?

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    Sorry, i was on the wrong thread. volume+ is great for boosting bass and volume for speaker. but to get separate notification for ring vs sms you need a profile manager. i use 'quick profiles' you can set a 'nighttime' profile to turn off notifications but leave ring on. i bought the pro for like $2 so i can change my icons. after you install add the 'widget' (really just an icon) to your home page for easy changing.
     
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    this from AudiManager developer tech support:

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    In ICS they removed the ability to set the two differently and they are always tied together. Check out the sound settings from the system settings app and you will see there is no option to split them anymore. Furthermore if we try to set what use to be that option behind the seen it does not have any effect like it use to. So there is no way at this time to split them in ICS. Sorry.
     
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    I've been telling people this from day one, but everyone keeps recommending apps without trying those apps on ICS.
     
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    Quick Profiles does work in ICS
     
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    Sure the app works but it doesn't turn off the notifications while leaving the ringer volume up.
    Look in the sound setting, ringer and notification have the same button, they can't have separate volumes.

    Set it up for yourself, then send yourself a text.
     
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    Man that stinks! I just went thru my tests and they failed. I apologize for any confusion and stand corrected.
     
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