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  1. sbr

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    when pressing any application, key etc... on the x10 screen the volume is very very faint! the other day it was ok - what has changed?

    its the keyboard click - any way off making it louder????
     

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    My job is pretty great. You don't work there... th
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    I hate to state the obvious but... did you try upping the volume using the volume keys on the side? Maybe they just got bumped.

    If you use the volume key when you are running a game or application with sound, it will say that it is changing "Media Volume" as opposed to changing "Ringer volume" when nothing is open, so that might be worth trying.
     
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    Sorry should of posted that on org. posting - both the ringer and media volumes are at max.
     
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    Try downloading a free app from the Android Market called Audio Manager - has a desktop widget for direct access to media, system, alarm and ringer volumes - might solve the problem with ease of access or at least show if your volume is full - as below

    The clicker should be under the SYSTEM volume

    [​IMG]
     
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    My X10 is broken so cant give you the full "how to" but try this app

    Quick Settings - Android app on AppBrain

    [​IMG]

    Open the app and then volume control, from there you can set:
    Ringer volume
    Notification volume
    Media volume
    Alarm volume
    In-call volume
    System volume

    So you should be able to see what has been turned down :D
     
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    LOL Mrwomble :D
     
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    Sorry did i go a bit OTT with my response lol :rolleyes:
     
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    No more that we had the same solution with different apps and with in a couple of minutes :)

    But audio manager and the volume control on quick settings is the same apart from the skin.

    [​IMG]
     
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    Spotted that one there

    Luckily enough Audio Manager fits my colour scheme lol

    But hey - when you use these things day to day its always nice to pass on some help
     

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