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Motorola v3i.... low volume with adapter headphones!

I bought a headphone adapter so i could use my headphones on motorola v3i to listen to my songs but..... the volume is so low, the volume is turned up full on my phone and on my headphones!...if you can help me sort this i would be so gratefull, thx

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  • suze6767 Jan 28, 2008

    yer thx, i will try that, wheres the best place to buy one online? at a reasonable price.

  • sumit8 Feb 07, 2008

    how to boost the volume of motorola v3i in headphones

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Try replacing your headset..try using a motorola headset.works fine for my v3i but others just won't go louder

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