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If the original recording is on low volume then you will get louder sound on the player device while if the recording is at high volume the you get low levels on player. try recording at lower volume settings on the phone. Then when you play it it will sound louder on increased volume.
If the receiver is that low (and the volume level is at max) there may be a hardware issue related to the internal receiver. The piece is replaceable, but must be serviced by Apple or have your iPhone replaced by AT&T (if under warranty).
In some models of iPhones, this was a known issue that would occur through normal wear & tear. An easy way to tell if it is a hardware issue is to pair your iPhone with a bluetooth headset. While keeping the volume level at max, is it louder or the same as the iPhone's built-in receiver?
If it is louder, than chances are pretty good that the internet receiver needs replacing. If not, then you may have a software issue affecting the sound levels. Try rebooting your iPhone as this tends to "fix" a great many issues affecting iPhones. If that doesn't solve it, perform a sync to backup data, next update or restore your iPhone and then perform the test again.
Is this for a specific ringtone or all ringtones on the phones?
Certain versions of the iPhone firmware have an issue where the volume keeps decreasing. Try this to fix -
1. Press the sleep button on top of the phone 2. Now press the home or sleep button so you see the "lock screen (the screen with the wallpaper that has the unlock slider) 3. Double click the home button and the ipod controls should come up on the screen. 4. The volume is probably set at the half way mark...set the volume to full. See this fixes your problem?
my lg is so low my friends are laughing a me i would why a i cannot get a code to tune it up the person who made the phone should have codes for it plz post it because i love lg phone like the ke970 plz post the codes
There is no way of actually "modding" the gain on your device. The only thing that may work, is to change the earpiece inside to another one from a different device that is louder. That would be difficult to do though as the pice has to fit perfectly, and the contacts should be alligned properly. Was it louder before?
VOLUME While talking, press the VOLUME buttons (left and right arrows) to control the volume of the handset's earpiece. There are four volume levels. Press the right arrow (+) button to increase the volume level, and press the left arrow (-) button to decrease. VOL 1 is the lowest level and VOL 4 is the loudest.
It seems to be a problem on all these Sony Ericsson phones.
You can make it louder by going to setting/profiles and select an outdoor profile.
Also choose a sound that is very audible, you'll have to download one. I recommend: Zedge, http://www.zedge.net/
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