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    Volume Hack in the Registry???

    In the registry, is there a registry hack to increase the volume for ear piece and speakerphone?

    Thanks.

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    This has been beat to death in other forums ... unfortunately to date there is no effective way to raise these volumes .. although I'm curious ... having used all the pda phones made ... this one has the best incall and speaker volume with the possible exception of the q's ... I'm a tad deef ... okay ... more than a tad and I can hear it fine ... are you trying to use it as a stereo or something
    Fuzzy
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    Quote Originally Posted by FuzzyWuzHe View Post
    This has been beat to death in other forums ... unfortunately to date there is no effective way to raise these volumes .. although I'm curious ... having used all the pda phones made ... this one has the best incall and speaker volume with the possible exception of the q's ... I'm a tad deef ... okay ... more than a tad and I can hear it fine ... are you trying to use it as a stereo or something
    Perhaps he has the same problem I do. Normally the volume is enough to dislodge plaster from the ceiling. However, with voice command, the sound does not seem to come thru the speakerphone and is weak and unintelligible. Same on bluetooth connection. Spoken notifications are also weak and unclear will alarms will wake the dead. My old LG9800 is still loud and clear on both. BTW how does one turn on the speakerphone? The only thing I saw in the manual indicated you had to be on a call or in a Media Player before you could enable it.
    I would like to enable it and then go to voice command to see if I could get it loud enough to hear.

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    I think there may be a hack for voice command volume ... I seem to remember on on the Q ... I couldn't find it offhand ... search the Q forum
    Fuzzy
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    Quote Originally Posted by wtherrell View Post
    BTW how does one turn on the speakerphone? The only thing I saw in the manual indicated you had to be on a call or in a Media Player before you could enable it.
    I would like to enable it and then go to voice command to see if I could get it loud enough to hear.
    Yes, while you're on a call or while the phone is dialing, either hold down the green call button or tap the "Speaker On" key on the on- screen dialpad.

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