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    Question Volume?

    A while ago, someone posted a question regarding increasing the volume of the Treo after it's at the maximum volume with some super top secret key sequences, but I can't find it. Does anyone know how to do this for those of us who listened to our music too loud as children?

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    Anyone have an answer for this one? I'm apparently deaf, but hearing over the phone or speakerphone is driving me crazy (short trip)

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    Originally posted by candyb
    Anyone have an answer for this one? I'm apparently deaf, but hearing over the phone or speakerphone is driving me crazy (short trip)
    I agree. I'm hoping that someone can help us. I tried BTMute but didn't notice a difference with my HBH-660. Phone volume is also an issue.
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    I haven't tried it, but there is a utility over on treocentral.com called VolumeCare that is getting really good reviews for boosting call volume and microphone sensitivity. You might want to give it a try.

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    I just tried it and it works great!

    It makes me question why Palm set the volume so low for the earpiece in the first place.

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    Yeah, frustrating that we have to shell out another $10 to be able to hear... I'm installing it now... wish me luck!


    ETA: Who came up with this app and where do I send flowers? OMG. I CAN HEAR!

    A word to the wise... adjust the ring volume to like 2 (if you are like me and had it set to 7 already because you couldn't hear)... yeowch! LOL!

    Also, I read that the flashing green indicator was causing problems with some people, so I just disabled it... who cares... I can hear.
    Last edited by candyb; 07-01-2005 at 08:05 PM.

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