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Old 04-21-2009, 05:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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This is the only OS version that I have used on my new 8900. Has anyone else noticed that the ringer volume (even at low) is very loud? I would love to use the ringers that I love using (Motorola's Classic and Nokia Ringers), but they are VERY loud. Is this an OS version thing? If so, is there a tweak for me to lower the ringer volume?

Also, I have noticed that I cannot send MMS's when I am in UMA. Is this typical with this software version?

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EDIT: Also, I just installed Google Maps 3.0.2 and I cannot seem to find the icon launcher. Anyone know where it went? (Yes, I clicked on Show All and I just all my folders)

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Old 04-21-2009, 07:25 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Is Google Maps in the Downloads folder? If not, try uninstalling it and reinstalling it again after a battery pull.
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The volume thing has been an issue for a while now on past OS's as well. As for the MMS I have noticed that since I used the phone out of the box with the factory T-Mobile software. Sometimes I also notice that even though it shows a red X, the message actually goes through. I don't know what the deal is.
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Does anyone know if there is an app for lowering the volume? I cannot use the Nokia Ringers that I like because they are now way too loud.
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You could use Audacity for the computer and load the sound file in there and adjust the volume and put it back on your phone. Audacity is free and a sweet program, but that is also kind of a pain... But it's an option I guess.
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I actually tried already using Cakewalk Pro. I lowered the volumed down to 25%. Man it's still loud. I guess I could try lowering it more.
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