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General ringer & notification volume after reboot


  1. upgrumpy

    upgrumpy Active Member

    I have had my incredible 4g for a month.

    All of a sudden now when I reboot my phone the volume for the ringer and notification go so low you can't hear it unless you put the phone up to your ear, I have it set to high.

    I have to go to the setting and actually slide the ringer bar from high to low back to high, then you can hear it.

    It only does this after a reboot and it just starting doing it.

    Any ideas?


    Thanks in advance.

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  2. callmecolt

    callmecolt Well-Known Member

    Same issue.... can't seem to figure it out.
  3. bberryhill0

    bberryhill0 Well-Known Member

    It's sounding like a hardware problem. Is the phone still under warranty?
  4. today

    today Well-Known Member

    Mine does it too. Weird stuff. I believe it started after the October/November update. Never noticed it before then. I've reset twice and the problem continues. Similar to the issue at the bottom of these 4G LTE threads where the description of the incredible 4G is STILL a rumored device. Now I know to turn the volume down and then back up after a reboot. Maybe an jelly bean update will fix it.
  5. callmecolt

    callmecolt Well-Known Member

    I hope an update will fix the bugs. Went to the store to exchange it today, and I didn't count the day I got it as one of the 14 days in the return period. Disappointed. :/
  6. callmecolt

    callmecolt Well-Known Member

    Yes. I'm going to call tonight or tomorrow for it. I tried at the store but I missed it by one day, as I said above.
  7. jamala00

    jamala00 Well-Known Member

    Mine does the same thing, I even returned one due to it and the new one did the same thing. I believe like others have said, it is a software issue from after the last update. I don't reboot my phone much so no big deal. Hopefully the next software update will address it.
  8. today

    today Well-Known Member

    How's the weather jamala ?
    It has to be a glitch. After the update the phone is so smooth and responsive. Just something that got overlooked. My brother upgraded to the Droid DNA. It is HUGE and jelly bean has its own set of issues or quirks if you will. I'm quite satisfied with my choice.
  9. bberryhill0

    bberryhill0 Well-Known Member

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