Volume control


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  1. bruceo

    bruceo Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Is there a quick way to adjust the media volume without having to launch a media app? The rocker defaults to ringer, but since I like to use the voice search button a lot it is extremely irritating when the connection error bong or success bong blasts so loud. seems like those should be tied in with the ringer vol/vib control not media volume....

    I looked for a volume control app or widget to go with the buzzlock and ring profile icons i have unnecssisarily taking up space, but i couldnt find one that looked like it fit the bill and worked on droid.
     

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  2. DjSmooth

    DjSmooth Well-Known Member

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    There is a Widget called "AudioManager' that sorta looks like an EQ and it controls:

    Alarm
    Music
    Alerts
    Ringer
    System
    Voicecall
     
  3. joneee

    joneee Well-Known Member

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    Ironically there's an app called "volume control" which is the same as your threat title that will do exactly what you're looking for. I just got it and love it. Simple, fast, and free :)
     
  4. ergalthema

    ergalthema Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for this thread.
    Looks like there are 2 or 3 apps named Volume Control. I like the one with a ladybug icon. It automatically switches the ringer volume back to your setting, so my accidental presses of the volume rocker don't change the ringer.
     
  5. SJW

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    Only problem with this app is that when it's installed, you are unable to mute your phone. If you turn the sounds off from the lock screen and wait about a second, the sounds turn back on again (you can see from the status bar at the top of the screen). This wouldn't be very useful if you were in a meeting or theater!
     
  6. bruceo

    bruceo Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah none of those look like they work properly on the droid. Typical.
     
  7. johnlgalt

    johnlgalt Antidisestablishmentarian VIP Member

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    True. I'd like to see Audio manager updated for the DROID / A2. That would rock.
     

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