In-Call Notifications are really LOUDTips


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  1. thedonk13

    thedonk13 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'm sure the flames about search button and what not will happen, but hey, i tried searching for my exact title and found nothing about the notifications sound while you are on the phone.

    When i am talking to someone, and i get a text i pretty much wanna die. It is so loud and drives me crazy...the volume is actually so high, the person on the other end has told me they can hear my alert sound.

    So my question is this. Is there a way to make that sound not play while i am on the phone, without putting my phone in silent mode every time i answer a call. I had this problem with my G1 and it was one of the reasons i got rid of it...now i'm back on android after a stint with WebOS (which i still think is a cleaner and sleeker OS than android)...never the less, i am here with my evo now and i'm not going anywhere soon...

    Is there any help for this problem, or is something i am going to have to just get used too....thanks for any help!
     

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  2. blkhwk

    blkhwk Member

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    bump for anyone who else has this problem and has found a solution cause im having this same issue its horrible.
     
  3. sitlet

    sitlet Banned

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    Ive noticed the same thing since updating to froyo. Im not sure, but i thought that before froyo, it would just beep when something comes in. now it plays whatever ringtone you have, REALLY loud too.
     
  4. sk0rpius

    sk0rpius Active Member

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    same problem here too.....someone have any remedy to this???
     
  5. sitlet

    sitlet Banned

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    I'm wondering if this is an isolated incident. If this happened to everyone, we would have a MUCH bigger thread here complaining about it. Can anyone shed light on this?
     
  6. optikalillusi0n

    optikalillusi0n Well-Known Member

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    I just noticed mine doing this as well
     
  7. mrpickem

    mrpickem Active Member

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  8. Half-Mine

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    +1... As much as I love hearing the Chicago Blackhawks goal horn, I don't care for it screaming in my ear :(
     
  9. lillygirl7

    lillygirl7 Well-Known Member

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    I agree it must be an isolated issue since I can't find anything on this problem. Could it have something to do with the Bluetooth device like the brand rather than the phone? I'm using a Motorola bt. Maybe that's the problem? I think I have hearing loss now because the notifications are so dang loud!
     
  10. jamesmckeephx

    jamesmckeephx Well-Known Member

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    use handcent guys!! whooo!! lol. it actually has a setting to turn that off : )
     
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  11. ensr13

    ensr13 New Member

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    How the notifications can be turned off during calls? the problem started after upgrading to rooted 2.2
     
  12. optikalillusi0n

    optikalillusi0n Well-Known Member

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    Not rooted here but have had this problem since Froyo
     
  13. sk0rpius

    sk0rpius Active Member

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    Thanks for the suggestion, downloaded morning it works great!
     

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