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    Default Adjusting Ring Volume

    Is there a way to adjust the volume for the ringer other than using profile to access loud, normal, or quiet setting?
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    Profiles>> advanced>> Active profile>> phone>> adjust volume to desired level
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    my 8130 won't let me go there. No option after advanced to open Active profile.

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    Profiles>> advanced>> Active profile>> phone>> adjust volume to desired level
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    Quote Originally Posted by 3kushn View Post
    my 8130 won't let me go there. No option after advanced to open Active profile.
    Try this.
    Profiles>Advanced>(Highlight the active one)Menu>Edit>Phone>adjust settings
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    Quote Originally Posted by Member_No.1 View Post
    Try this.
    Profiles>Advanced>(Highlight the active one)Menu>Edit>Phone>adjust settings
    Thanks
    Got it. Also notice I can have vibrate and ring as well as just customize all notifications.
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    Simple remove the battery and put it back in. Then check your ringtone.

    It should work.
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    THANK YOU!!! It still isn't as loud as I would like it, but the volume has increased tremendously.
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    Thanks...this definitely worked for me. Now I can hear my phone in a different room!!
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    Thank you Chaz, that's exactly what I was looking for.

    After doing this it still wasn't loud enough for me with some MP3 ringers due to low gain on the song itself. I used mp3DirectCut (which is freeware) to clip out the portion of the song to make a ringtone and then increased the gain to make it louder. You can do the same with any audio editing software I suppose, I like this one because it edits with no conversion to/from MP3.
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    Great site
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    thanks man!!! U helped alot!! after upgrading os's i lost the ability to change volume setting. U HELPED ME A BUNCH MAN

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