Droid X Ringing Tone is not very LoudSupport


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  1. AndroidGumbo

    AndroidGumbo New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is anybody else having an issue with the low volume of the DROID X?

    I am having trouble hearing my ringtones.

    Its not nearly as loud as my last phone (Samsund Blackjack 2).
     

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  2. JubbaTheHutt

    JubbaTheHutt Well-Known Member

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    Search if your friend :)

    Short Answer: Yes, a lot of people have complained about this.
     
  3. Jim Dawson

    Jim Dawson Well-Known Member

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    Enough people have complained about it that I'm rethinking getting an X.
     
  4. thecrock0984

    thecrock0984 Well-Known Member

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    Ive heard people use it on review videos and seems I can hear it fine. So Im not worried. By the way. Search a little before posting.
     
  5. Jayme

    Jayme Well-Known Member

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    You can make your ringtones with apps in the market. Mine are loud enough.
     
  6. caeb

    caeb Active Member

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    That doesn't sound like a very good reason. At all.
     
  7. mahers

    mahers Well-Known Member

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    I used MP3 Gain from the web to increase the dB level of my ringtone of choice, then use Ringtone or Ringdroid from the App Market to assign it as your ringtone (they both look EXACTLY the same to me, so no clue what the differences are). My phone rings plenty loud enough now. I had the same issue on my last phone, so I knew what to do immediately. :)
     
  8. jbhumph

    jbhumph Well-Known Member

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    Yep, I just readjusted ringers that were lower to increase their volume. No problems now!

    The only thing I will say is that if my phone is laying on a surface that will absorb a lot of sound (example: on the couch cushion) then it doesn't sound very loud if the speaker is laying on top of the couch. But if it's on the coffee table, night stand, etc. with the speaker pointed down (screen side up) then it is plenty loud for me
     
  9. ctxx24

    ctxx24 Well-Known Member

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    Doesnt help much if you listen to pandora or the music player
     
  10. jbhumph

    jbhumph Well-Known Member

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    I've heard a lot of people complain about the speaker volume. Dunno if I got lucky or if I'm just not used to a super loud speaker (coming from an iPhone) but I love the volume level of the X...never have a problem with Pandora or any player
     
  11. Jim Dawson

    Jim Dawson Well-Known Member

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    With my hearing it is a very good reason, not to mention that it is my money I'm spending.
     
  12. faber78

    faber78 Guest

    yeah, what kind of nut would buy a phone and want to hear it ring when someone calls?:rolleyes:
     
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  13. faber78

    faber78 Guest

    sometimes i rethink my purchase, phone is cool but;
    my old phone took up less space, rang way louder, vibrated like a jackhammer, and took an absurd amount of abuse....
     

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