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VOICE RECORDING How can I adjust the volume of my V3i Cellular during voice recording, it seemed that when I played the recorded voice the audio was too low.

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Razors dont record very well they have to be close up to what u r recording.

Posted on May 21, 2008

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go to menu, tools & then to voice records.
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