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Volume Control? Seems like it should be fairly simple, but I cannot find out how to lower the volume on the rx3715 handheld. This is the reminder alert that is very (too) loud. Was fine until I updated my ROM to the latest version off the website. Any ideas on what I am missing?

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Hello, Not the loudspeaker icon next to the time in the top menu bar on the Today screen? (Boy, it's rare to have someone complain these devices are TOO loud.)

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