anyone else have this audio issue?
When in the car, I have the headphone jack connected to the aux input of the stereo, and bluetooth connected to the car for phone calls.
When listening to an audio book, the audio is at one level, when the phone rings and the bluetooth picks it up all is fine, when I hang up, the audio book automatically starts where it left off, but at literally double the volume (blasting in my ears)
The only way I have been able to stop this is to put it in airplane mode then back out again and restart the audio book.... next time the phone rings, same issue....extremely annoying, never had an issue like this with the Optimus V Nothing "hands free" about the current setup.
Lots and lots of little issues with this new phone, but this one is killer for me, I spend ALOT of time in the car, this must work correctly.
Between the extremely slow gps acquisition, spotty as hell cellular reception (why would you EVER release a phone in this state?), useless LED (flashes when it wants to apparently) I am about to take it back and bring my Optimus back to life.. it worked, it wasn't the fastest or flashiest of phones, but it WORKED....every time
this turned out to be a bigger rant that I had intended, guess I am more fed up that I thought lol
- 07-26-2011, 10:48 AM #2
- 07-26-2011, 12:56 PM #4
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I've noticed the headphone audio fluctuate randomly. Quite annoying and usually too low of volume. Seems like there's an app controlling the headphones or something but no options...
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- 07-26-2011, 01:09 PM #5
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- 07-27-2011, 04:41 AM #7
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Re: anyone else have this audio issue?
On occasion, the audio will go into some extra loud mode. And when shuttting down the phone sometimes, the "virgin mobile" shut down-sound will be excruciatingly loud.
It's all fairly annoying because I use it constantly for music and podcasts.
- 07-27-2011, 04:46 AM #8
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Re: anyone else have this audio issue?
Annoying Volume Problem Motorola Triumph – Solution
Hello Motorola Triumph Users!!
Ok so I came to this post when I originally purchased my phone and have been using the technique introduced by mikeneo987 on phandroid. I am now copying this fix to all links I’ve seen online.
I often go to my headset so I can jam some music to block out the world and I get the music at about half the volume. And believe me if you are on the bus and some juice head starts yapping about his problems you NEED your music fast before his negative energy completely yanks you down to his level, You need a fix!
So you can unplug your headphones and wait and try again but this doesn't work 100% of the time. Plus as I mentioned, you may only have seconds to get your music playing in time to block out yapping blowhards.
My diagnosis: Any notification, email, text message, phone call etc.. changes the volume setting to some kind of soft, lower, not able to block the world out level.
Solution: I open the little default music widget and hit play. As the music is playing I make a phone call. I use the local movie theater which has an automated answering machine so I'm not bothering anyone. The music will shut off when the call starts. I simply call the number and then hang up. I listen for the low tone beep and the music will resume at the normal level.
I also went into the quick start app menu on the front page. Which is that four by four box button on the bottom left of the phone. Then I clicked the add button to add a shortcut to the home screen. I click the shortcuts and then add a contact to my desktop or wallpaper or whatever they call it.
Then this is the scenario. Rude person starts yapping in front of me. I whip out the headphones. Click play for my favorite jam. Not enough volume no problem. Hit the movie theater contact on the wallpaper. Click call. Music stops. Click end. Volume of music is normal. Crisis is over. Yapper blocked out. I remain in my happy vortex. Thank you world I just solved the problem.
Ok to Motorola. I'm a little disappointed that you made me figure out this work around. But hopefully you are busy developing the next personal high tech gizmo that will give us all joy in the future. So I'll let you off the hook. I'm just so happy I've found a solution because this volume thing was really not pleasant to deal with.
Also people of the internet. If you would be so kind please go to my girl's youtube and subscribe her name is Divamakeupqueen. Thanks that would be nice.
Ok thanks hope this helps. It’s been working for me.