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Old November 13th, 2010, 06:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Low Volume When Calling!

I bought the HTC Hero recently, and I got this problem ever since. When I speak with someone on the phone, his or her voice is barely hearable. Litteraly, I have to ask the person on the other side to repeat her or himself 2-3 times before I'm actually able to hear her/him.

So, long story short: the volume is abnormally low.

What I've tried: volume control apps. They're all set at maximum volume. Hard-reset.

Didn't help. Anyone with bright ideas?

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Easy fix: Try this.
In the call dont have it set on maximum and instead of going with the volume up. Go first down (volume down) and then go up.
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Thanks, but... didn't work. Wonder why you think it would.
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Old November 15th, 2010, 10:12 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Thanks, but... didn't work. Wonder why you think it would.
Cuz it always does . Well you are the first one that says it didnt work . Through many roms etc . This is a well known thing.

Volume going up alone doesnt help. You have to go down and then up (with the volume button in call). Hope someone else will help you then
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I tried it. Unfortunately, it didn't work. Set the "call volume" at 0 (of 5). Then called someone. Used the volumebuttons at the side to increase it, but the person is still barely hearable. Nothing compared to my old Nokia.
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I dont think this will make any difference to you. But as I said , go down and then up was meant like. Have it 4/5 or 5/5 in call, still when calling and having it on 4/5 -5/5 go DOWN to 2/5 and then go up to 5/5 .

Again dont think it will help. But that was how I meant it
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