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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by 717200, Dec 4, 2009.

  1. 717200

    717200 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Hi all, I am running into a problem with my in-call volume, its way too loud and can't lower it, anyone else had this problem? and what did you do about it?
    Thanks
     



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  2. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice

    It's safe to assume that you've tried turning down the volume when you are actually in a call, correct?

    Try using a bluetooth headset where you can control the volume from the headset if it'll help.
     
  3. 717200

    717200 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Yeah I tried, both the bluetooth and headset works perfect.
     
  4. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice

    I haven't had a problem with mine (for what little it's worth).

    I do now that if my wife uses her headset with her iphone that I have to hold the phone a foot from my face to not go deaf as it just seems to magnify every high pitched sound. It's the only problem I've had though.
     
  5. 717200

    717200 Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Thats exactly what I have to do with my wife Palm Pre, very very loud, also my friend have a palm pre and I have the same problem, eventhough the volume all the way down.
    Oh well, mybe use the bluetooth a lot now.
     
  6. a7awo

    a7awo Lurker

    Has anyone found a solution to this as I am having this trouble as well?
     
  7. Firemans Wife

    Firemans Wife Member

    I had this exact problem. The volume at its lowest would still rattle the ear speaker. I took the phone back (within the first 30 days still) and they just did a quick swap for a new one. I told them the speaker was blown... no sure if it was blown but sounded way loud and lots of vibration all the way down. The new one was perfect.
     
  8. stinky

    stinky Android Enthusiast

    Sounds like a defective phone to me. Mine is perfect, quiet when I need it, loud when I need it.

    Call Sprint and ask for an exchange and explain the problem, or go to a store. Dont get suckered into going through Asurion, or whoever your insured by if any.
     
  9. nedamdam

    nedamdam Android Enthusiast

    Even though I dont have the sprint version of the Hero. I am experiencing the same issue. My volume in-call is set to the lowest setting. I cant put my ear next to the phone too loud... However when I made it "louder" one more green bar, it got quieter (Sorry for my english :p). The next call from the same caller was then ok. Well OK is a relative term, the lowest setting is for my taste still way too loud.
     
  10. hempwallace

    hempwallace Well-Known Member

    Nothing about my Hero is loud enough. It's the quietest phone I've ever owned for call volume, ringer volume, speaker volume -- it's the biggest complaint I have with the phone.
     
  11. nedamdam

    nedamdam Android Enthusiast

    Well for me it was in our office a colleague could hear my boss clearly (all could). I wouldn't call that quiet... And as said turning the volume up actually turned it down.
     
  12. aerajan

    aerajan Newbie

    I have found that while on a call if I turn the volume up, don't have to turn it all the way up just a few notches, then all the way down it seems to make a fairly big difference. This is what seems to work well on my Hero. Hopefully it will work for you guys too!
     
  13. tazcollins

    tazcollins Well-Known Member

    Me and my wife both have Hero's and Blue Ant Z9i bluetooths. If I'm not on my bluetooth and she is then the speaker turned all the way down is way too loud. I immediately put on my bluetooth and the sound is normal. I do use the bluetooth most of the time. Great one by the way. TC
     

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