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Volume on LG Vantage too low...ringer volume, speaker volume and mp3 volume all max at 5 level and not load enough. Is there a fix for this?

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  • jallman1 Nov 08, 2008

    I wish it were that easy. Volume setting is at maximum and still not loud enough. I have found other posts/forums on this but no one has offered a solution yet. I was hoping that the FixYa experts might be able to help. I'll wait for a few more responses to see.

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You should be able to go to your settings and and set your volume limit to a desirable limit that fits your needs. After that you should be able to raise your volume louder.

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

  • Jazz Boyce
    Jazz Boyce Nov 08, 2008

    Since the volume it at its highest point, there is a safety feature on your phone that will not allow the volume to past a certain point. It is on most of the newer phones and really is annoying.

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