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DX Volume Level is horrible -- at best!
I got my DX on Friday and while I do love most everything about it, the sound/volume on it is well, horrible at best. The ringer on it isn't great, the music you can barely hear and watching videos you have to cup the back of the phone to really hear the words.
I've had my hearing checked recently and it's perfectly fine lol, but the sound on this has nothing on my D1.
I have read somewhere the Motorola is looking to fix this issue? Looking, being the operative word here. If they don't bring a fix to it soon, this could be a deal breaker for me.
Does anyone have any news or updates on the possibility of Motorola fixing this anytime soon?
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No you are tot correct. The DX can't hold the D1's jock when it comes to the external speaker, One of the first things I noticed when I got my DX. I even had it replaced due to a blown phone speaker, the external one is just plain weak.
There is an app on the market called louder volume hack. It requires root and a custom rom, but from what I can gather, it doesn't work on many phones & def won't work on the DX cuz the kernel hasn't been hacked yet...
- 10-19-2010, 08:59 AM #7
My speakers sound good, but I'm usually listening to it via a head set. I don't think everyone around me would want to here what I'm listening to anyway.Semper Fi
I love my LG Nexus 5!
- 10-19-2010, 09:23 AM #8Superstar Status
it's not a boom box, it's a phone.
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My speakers sound good, but I'm usually listening to it via a head set. I don't think everyone around me would want to here what I'm listening to anyway.
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