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    When I press keys dialing a number there are too loud, but then if am asked to enter a password the keys are ridiculously low sounded. I am ok with that but dialing is very loud. Is there a way of adjusting the whole thing?

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    The volume button might...I've personally just turned off key presses completely.
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    Changing volume will affect ringer's volume too, isn't it?
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    I honestly just started using rapdialer. It's a really good app that has a lot of features that the windows phone native app misses. + its free..
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    Yeah I agree. The dial sound is ridiculously too loud and needs fix.

    I am not gonna install any 3rd party dialer app.
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    Settings,ringtones and sounds,scroll down,uncheck keypress
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    I second the suggestion on Rapdialer. Microsoft should pick it up and make it their default dialer. Just pin it to your start screen and it opens instantly when you click on it. I like that it opens directly to the keypad, you can do speed dialing, and smart number search as you key in numbers/letters. I never use the default dialer. I either go through contacts or use Rapdialer. Because it loads so fast on WP8, it does not even feel like an app.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertre View Post
    I second the suggestion on Rapdialer. Microsoft should pick it up and make it their default dialer. Just pin it to your start screen and it opens instantly when you click on it. I like that it opens directly to the keypad, you can do speed dialing, and smart number search as you key in numbers/letters. I never use the default dialer. I either go through contacts or use Rapdialer. Because it loads so fast on WP8, it does not even feel like an app.
    Does it have all functions that default has? Accessing History and Voice Mail?
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    Dial pad is obnoxiously louder than it should be
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    I have to "third" on rapdialer. THANK YOU for that suggestion. Dialer blasts me over bluetooth (I have to take it out of my ear to dial a number for fear of hearing damage!). Rapdialer solves that problem, but also gives me much more control. I no longer have to keep my "People" icon at the top of my tile list!

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