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  1. smartvoyager's Avatar
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    Does anyone that has a new phone know if the volume controls are separate for different phone functions? On my Lumia 900 I would lower the volume for games and forget to turn it back up and miss a text or a call. It would be nice if the volume was split between music, games, phone notifications, etc. Thanks!
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    I agree! I really hate that the "ringer volume" controls the sound when you play a voicemail from visual voicemail. I've let meetings to check messages and I have to turn the volume all the way up (30) to hear it. I have often forgot to lower it when I return the meeting....and well...it's embarssing. The volume that controls your voice calls should do the same on VVM!
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    Someone asked xsev and I believe he said no. Sucks :@
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    I sure hope they have. Its the DUMBEST THING and I'm no programmer but surely its a simple fix
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    Quote Originally Posted by smartvoyager View Post
    Does anyone that has a new phone know if the volume controls are separate for different phone functions? On my Lumia 900 I would lower the volume for games and forget to turn it back up and miss a text or a call. It would be nice if the volume was split between music, games, phone notifications, etc. Thanks!
    It only has one volume control and it sucks
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    Nope sorry to say still the same. . . Beats the **** out of me why they don't change it. Maybe because we want it changed.

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