Hi, last night I was watching the Glastonbury stream through the BBC Radio iPlayer app using a very loud portable Minirig speaker (wired using aux to aux) all on my new Samsung Galaxy S4. I was very disappointed to find that at full volume it was only just borderline loud.
I've recently upgraded from a HTC One X to a HTC One. I've noticed the volume control isn't as good with the new handset, as the lowest volume setting is still quite loud. With my HTC One X I could put the volume of games down so that it was loud enough for me to hear, but not loud enough to annoy anyone in the vicinity ie my wife lying next to me.
I recently purchased the Moto G and installed (after testing all functions) the newest Cyanogen ROM. I'm quite happy with the overall performance of the device.
One problem is still annoying me though: The volume of every type (ringtone, in-call,...) of the headphone jack is much too loud, even on its lowest setting, since I'm using very high efficiency IEM's.
Hi... I just traded an ipod touch 4g for a samsung galaxy s epic d700... before I acquired the galaxy.. the volume was loud.. after I factory reseted the galaxy it was real low... the volume turned loud for 10 seconds.. then it switched to low again... plz help I tried settings but it says its all the way
Isn't there supposed to be around 500 MB of RAM? Also, random question, I read somewhere that with a rooted phone you can change something that will make the volume louder. The speaker on the back is plenty loud, but the headset volume is pretty quiet and I like my music loud.
With my S2, I believe I accomplished that by turning "system sounds" to lowest volume. But my new S4 came with that setting in place, and yet it plays theme tunes - really LOUD - on startup and shutdown. I'm liking this new phone quite a lot, on the whole, but not to be able to silence these sounds would be a dealbreaker.
On almost every in-coming call I receive, the loud speaker turns on.
Other than the fact you look like an idiot saying 'Hello' only to have your phone on loud speaker, as if you don't know how to work the thing... It's actually pretty sore when you get a full blast 'HELLO' directly into your ear.
I'm wondering if anyone else if getting a relatively loud 'switching' type noise coming from their monitors when they start up, shut down, or change resolution? I've been trying to run Monoprice 27" IPS/LED Monitors for a while now and have already had to RMA 2 of them for making an extremely loud switching noises.