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I have no manual of my motorola phone..k..but the volume of my motorola l6 is so low when i'm using mp3 songs how to contol the volume of this phone motorola l6?

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To get the maximum volume from your MP3 player you have to increase the ringer volume. To get the best sound you should use either earphones, headphones or blue tooth ear bud. Below you can download a manual for your phone (page 68) explains how to control ringer volume.

http://docs.phonedog.com/motorola-l6-manual-3634.pdf

Posted on Mar 14, 2011

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