Support The "Droid" Audio No Longer Plays

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ptco911, Oct 11, 2010.

  1. ptco911

    ptco911 Well-Known Member
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    It is nothing major but the "Droid" audio no longer plays during the boot up cycle. Is there any way to correct this?
     

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  2. DenverRalphy

    DenverRalphy Well-Known Member
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    Have you checked all your sound volume levels? You may have inadvertently turned your Media Sound down.
     
  3. Old Member

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    Isn't that nice!?!? Praise the Lord for small miracles, eh?

    Joking aside, are you rooted or not rooted?
     
  4. jayjay1122

    jayjay1122 Well-Known Member
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    I'll be where I'm at!
    Amen!! :D

    Same questions from me: rooted or not? - Did you check your sound levels?
     
  5. mihneagabriel

    mihneagabriel Well-Known Member
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    im pretty sure it has to do with your ringer volume and not your media volume..
     
  6. dawnierae

    dawnierae Well-Known Member
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    Is that sound considered a "notification"? If you silenced or changed your default notification, that could be the problem. I noticed the same thing with mine, but I ended up doing a factory reset (unrelated), and never changed my default notification from the "Drooooid" sound it's set to, and lo and behold, I'm getting the sound when I boot up again.
     
  7. jgscott987

    jgscott987 Well-Known Member
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  8. wayrad

    wayrad Well-Known Member
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    Does it go away when you're rooted? I've been running SilentBoot, but this makes me wonder if I still need it.
    PS. Nope, it's still there.
     
  9. mihneagabriel

    mihneagabriel Well-Known Member
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    it goes away if you change your sound profile to silent or vibrate before you restart your phone..
     
  10. jayochs

    jayochs Well-Known Member
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    if you use sound manager, i believe it's either the "system volume" or "media volume" that change its vol
     
  11. ptco911

    ptco911 Well-Known Member
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    Did a factory reset and recovered it. Prior to that I had checked the volume levels with no luck.
     
  12. Dream

    Dream Well-Known Member
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    I've noticed mine doesnt play on ocassion, maybe its a bug. I dont really care though lol
     

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