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  1. Eztripp

    Eztripp Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is there anyway to get the notifications to be louder than the ones installed with the phone? I can't hear them when I have the phone in my pocket, any help will be deeply appreciated.

    I can barely hear the ring tone much less the notifications and I downloaded songs but that doesn't increase the volume for them.
     

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  2. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice VIP Member

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    I've been using Audacity (FREE windows program) to increase the volume of the tones prior to using them.
     
  3. Puddin422

    Puddin422 Well-Known Member

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    Did you go into Settings and adjust the volume for notifications? It is separate from your ringer volume. Also, won't help your volume, but setting it to vibrate when it rings helps when phone is in pocket.
     
  4. Eztripp

    Eztripp Member This Topic's Starter

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    Are you using Audacity with Samsung Epic? If not, will it work with it?
     
  5. go2car

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    eztripp, kelmar doesnt use 'audacity' on an epic, although it would be nice...

    'audacity' is a great audio editting program for mac/pc... then save/copy your revised alert/ringer files via sd/usbmount to your phone.

    (funny enough, i actually used 'audacity' to make a very quiet ringer - as the epics lowest setting was just too loud...)
     

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