Support Anyone notice Notification Ringer changes volume level to low when texting *3282# AT&T Data Useage?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by NapaValleyWino, Sep 24, 2010.

  1. NapaValleyWino

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    I have noticed that when I text *3282# to check my data useage, the notification ringer gets switched to low and I have to go in to settings to change it back. Anyone else have this same issue?
     

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  2. pinbak

    pinbak Well-Known Member
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    Yes Mine does that too!
     
  3. NapaValleyWino

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    I wonder if there is anything else that could cause this to default to a lower ringtone
     
  4. Vanquishx

    Vanquishx Member
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    Is that what causes it?? I've been trying to figure it out for a while. Happens to me too. Always happened to me at work when I switched to vibrate. Coincidentally it's also when I check my usage so I always thought it was the switching to vibrate that was causing it.
     
  5. Chris_Marie

    Chris_Marie Well-Known Member
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    Mine does this too.
     
  6. NapaValleyWino

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    hmmmm a little buggy eh?
     
  7. MassacrMan

    MassacrMan Well-Known Member
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    I always wondered what was causing this, now I know.
     
  8. assureteks

    assureteks Member
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    Yes, mine does too...only situation where it does that so far.
     
  9. dododoh

    dododoh Member
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    I'm on the phone with Samsung right now, for the third time regarding this issue. I have spoken to three level 2 technicians and they have no clue as to why this is happening. They told me to wait for the upgrade and try it again. Received the upgrade..same problem.
    Now they want me to send the phone to them for repair and I will be without a phone for 1 1/2 weeks.
     
  10. mjgunn

    mjgunn Active Member
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    LOL! I never figured out the link between the 2. This explains why it was happening so much in the past (when I was checking my data a lot) and hasn't happened in quite awhile. Thanks for the explanation!
     
  11. ChaoticPurity

    ChaoticPurity Member
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    I had that problem, too. It took me FOREVER to correlate the reduction in ringer volume and dialing that USSD code.
    If you guys are okay with it, though. AT&T has a market app called myWireless mobile that does the same thing. It does use data, but it can work over WiFi no problem.

    Note: You do have to have your SIM card in when you search for the program, or it won't show up.
     
  12. dododoh

    dododoh Member
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    I spoke with AT&T today. They are aware of a USSD code running problem. At this time they do not have a fix. They were much more helpful than Samsung.
     
  13. NapaValleyWino

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    I will be interested to see how long it takes to get this worked out
     
  14. GLENN C.

    GLENN C. Active Member
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    im having this trouble too..

    sucks because it comes to the point where it so low, i look at my phone and i have like 5 miss notifcations..

    bummer..
     
  15. NapaValleyWino

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    same thing is happening to me and that is why I was getting so frustrated
     
  16. jb1911

    jb1911 Active Member
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    It happens to me at random times, I don't even have to be touching my phone. It just started a couple of days ago, but I've had GB for a long time now. I think it started when Dolphin Browser updated itself.
     

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