Louder ring volume

clowersd

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Is it me and my iPhone or is the ring volume not that good. i came over from blackberry and the ring volume and all my ring tones could be heard anywhere. i miss a lot of calls just because i can't hear it. the valume is all the way up can anyone help?
 

OJsakila

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Search this site. This was a tremendous issue a year ago. I'm sure its the same with the 3g. You can do a little "surgery" on your iPhone that will greatly enhance the volume.....
 

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Is it me and my iPhone or is the ring volume not that good. i came over from blackberry and the ring volume and all my ring tones could be heard anywhere. i miss a lot of calls just because i can't hear it. the valume is all the way up can anyone help?
I completely agree. Volume is terrible. I used to have an N95 (and sometimes wish I still did) and the volume on it was brilliant. Sound quality was better too than my iPhone. Still can't understand why they only put one speaker on the phone. Why on earth didn't they put one at either end?
 

BigCiX

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Search this site. This was a tremendous issue a year ago. I'm sure its the same with the 3g. You can do a little "surgery" on your iPhone that will greatly enhance the volume.....
i didn't find anything on a "adjusting volume" search
 

Fairy_dust

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because that's where the mic is :p

And to stay OT, I have no issues with my iPhone's volume
I actually ment one on the top and one on the bottom of the phone I was holding the phone horizontal at the time. At least then at least the sound would be distributed evenly
 

BigCiX

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i know custom ringtones can be louder if you slide the volume adjuster prior before converting over to acc
 

redstar299

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"fix" for low rintone

Go to this website www.zedge.com

download "digital phone" mps - do a search for it or I can send it to you.

use the add ringtone message or use itoner or some ringtone software

this ring is mega loud and you will not miss a call
 
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Does anyone know how to make the an iPhone 4 ring longer before going to voicemail?
 

Kadelic

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I'm pretty sure you have to set that up with the carrier. There is not a way to change it on the device itself, at least not on my AT&T phone.


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I like my write-up better! ;)

Ringtime To Voicemail

I saved a contact with the title above with the following numbers that change the ringtime in seconds.

5 sec - *61*+12537094017*11*5#
10 sec - *61*+12537094017*11*10#
15 sec - *61*+12537094017*11*15#
20 sec - *61*+12537094017*11*20#
25 sec - *61*+12537094017*11*25#
30 sec - *61*+12537094017*11*30#

NOTE: The above number doesn't work past 30 seconds but keep in mind that you may be charged for calls that go to voicemail on ringtimes set past 25 seconds, according to an AT&T representative.

After you dial any of the above numbers, you will get the following message:

 

Ozzie5374

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I had to set this up with my Carrier (in Australia) because, by default, it would ring for about 5 sec B4 going to voicemail-creates more money for Carrier. Now it will go for about 11/2mins.


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