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I also want to change the front phone speaker (the one you use to listen when normal phone call). Were you able to find the correct value to change? Thanks!!


You should look into Voice Receiver menu

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hi guys this tweak worked on wm6.1 .. but now i m using wm6.5 and when i tried tweaking it my phone went mute , now i cant listen any sound except the ringtone.. ?? any ideas ??

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hi guys this tweak worked on wm6.1 .. but now i m using wm6.5 and when i tried tweaking it my phone went mute , now i cant listen any sound except the ringtone.. ?? any ideas ??


please follow the instructions completely in the first post. even i had the same problem, but its not related to winmo6.5 but rather due to not following the steps completely

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any solution for increasing ringtone ??

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Hello,

please help this poor guy.. as i am hearing impaired.

i want to increase following volumes;

Speaker should come out loud ... for alarms through open speaker
phone calls receiving - through open speaker
phone calls receiving - through head set

which of the settings should i increase? I want the headphone calls have the volumes just like how i would listen to a music (that loud volume !!!)

The Default settings are low, it could need boost though.

thanks

Edited by Kriplex, 21 June 2010 - 07:34 PM.

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Hello, I would like to change only the volume of the internal speaker because during a phone call I can barely hear the voice and if there is noise outside I can't hear almost anything.
The volume of ring tones and music are quite good so I don't want to touch em.
I already tried to follow some guides and change some settings but then I couldn't hear any sound anymore so I want to be sure thay the change I am going to make are working fine.
Can anyone help me?

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Hello, I would like to change only the volume of the internal speaker because during a phone call I can barely hear the voice and if there is noise outside I can't hear almost anything.
The volume of ring tones and music are quite good so I don't want to touch em.
I already tried to follow some guides and change some settings but then I couldn't hear any sound anymore so I want to be sure thay the change I am going to make are working fine.
Can anyone help me?



I believe its the Voice Receiver section but beware i think after that you must set the Speaker Vol. as well because it defaults to 0.

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I believe its the Voice Receiver section but beware i think after that you must set the Speaker Vol. as well because it defaults to 0.

No matter what I do, even if I change only one parameter and then I put it back at its original value, the phone goes mute and I can't hear no sound anymore and I have to hard reset.
I have Windows Mobile 6.5 pro. Is there a software that increase the volume instead of playing with registry values?
Thanks

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Works perfectly! Thanks for sharing! :D

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I found that the lower I went the louder it got. I had fun I maxed everything both ways. I didnt blow anything, It just got really distorted at full volume. There is a hardware limitation I am guessing and distortion could cause damage over time.

Edited by Irondingo69, 12 February 2013 - 12:15 PM.

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Thanks for this thread its the Shizz. I dont know how anyone get this info otherwise. I was poking around my windows directory and found this audioCodec.exe. In the about of this program it says AK4671 & MAXX9877 register editor
version Louvre_0.1. It has a plethora of settings similar but more daunting than the above, There are 7 submenus debug mode and register dump etc. I dont dare change anything without making a book of all the default settings first cause if i fudge something I will never get it back.

Edited by Irondingo69, 12 February 2013 - 12:18 PM.

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