First ring low then sounds jump up - any fix for this?
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Sent from my rooted, debloated, deodexed Sinclair ZX-80 running CM -0.001 using Tapatalk07-19-2014 07:54 PMLike 1
- I had this problem with my Galaxy S5 Sport, but after playing around with my settings, I figured out how to get my phone to ring normally without cutting or muting out, or "jumping." In "Quick settings" select "Sound." Under "Ringtones and notifications" check the box for "Vibrate when ringing." Then, if you're like me and don't want your phone to vibrate when it rings, select "Vibration intensity" toward the top of the menu, and there you can adjust your vibration settings from full to none. This fixed it for me. The first ring is still soft but the rest of them come in consistently at regular volume. I hope works for you too!11-26-2014 09:59 PM
- Absolutely phones do that. Its an on purpose by the ahole designers who do not want you to be starlted, so its inaudible for first 2 seconds barly at 4 and full at 5. By the time I get to my phone at home the 5 seconds of not hearing and the 5 seconds to get there the caller has hungup. There is an app available to fix this for most phones. My phonr is a moto e and no fixes (that I can find) work on it. My work around is to make sure I have the phone on my person, which can be a nuisance. Thans for nothing Motorola.01-15-2015 08:25 AM
- Hello dear friends. I have three solutions to propose (I understand it's an old thread, but I 've just seen it ).
1. There 's a handy app, named "Disable Increasing Ring". Working like a charm!
2. You can arrange your mp3's (let's say on "Soundtrack Pro" or Garage Band or the likes) so that they have a 1 to 2 sec silence in the beginning. I myself prefer this one, which is absolutely fine and charming!
3. You can have your device rooted and then adjust the thing.
Hope I helped!
Have it nice and smooth!
PS. For the dear Motorolla users, try the 4.4 KitKat. There's a say that the problem is fixed on this babe.
For those hesitating rooting the phone: DO dare it! It's really handy! AND YOU CAN EASILY HAVE IT UNROOTED! Just be informed in the related forums (XDA and the like).01-20-2015 11:27 AM
- I might like it too, if I hadn't missed so many calls. When you are home and have put down phone to say charge or their is a bit of home noise, you can not hear phone ring for nearly 5 seconds until the ringing is faded up fully. By the time you get to phone it can be 6 or 7 seconds and caller hangs up. There is an app to work around it for most phones but not my moto e. Designers think they are clever with this but they are stupid and ignorant not to allow for an adjustment by user.02-16-2015 08:58 AM
- Thanks for the tips. For 1, the Disable Increasing Ring does not work for Moto E, XT1023. In fact, it only works for a limited number of phones. For 2, I will try the delay, but it still keeps the phone quiet for the first few seconds when someone is trying to call. For 3, I don't want to root the phone.
I have KitKat 4.4.4 and the problem is NOT fixed.02-28-2015 01:28 PM
- Kind of the same problem i was having but my ringtone was staying low when someone rang even after turning up the volumes and changing settings
I have FIXED my problem for now so if this works for anyone here then here it is and good luck.
Moto g 2nd Gen
You are going to need to plug your phone into a computer and on AUTO PLAY click "OPEN FOLDER TO VIEW FILES".
1) Go to Media folder > Audio > Ringtones
2) Copy all ringtones and go back 3 tabs to the main storage page of your phone
3) Open Ringtones folder and paste your ringtones
4) Close the window, unplug your phone and cross your fingers it has solved your problem.
Worked for me so i hope this helps others.
Good luck03-29-2015 03:28 PM
- Thanks for sharing that smart ringer control app man.
That did the trick. I love making my own ringtones but that stupid ascending bug was really killing it for me.
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- Thanks very much for re-posting this fix. The "Disable increasing ring" app worked perfectly for my Samsung SG5! My ringtone was basically intermittent...partial ring, then silence, then partial ring...etc. Extremely annoying, but thought it was my ringtone at first.
Jozee06-16-2015 10:09 AM
- I solved this one. I have a Samsung Galaxy S5 I called my S5 using the land line and watched what it was doing. I noticed that it flashed a help message up top while it was ringing stating that I could answer or reject the call using voice commands. I supposed that the microphone was listening to the environment and turning down the ringer to compensate. I solved this problem by going to settings -> "call" (the phone icon) -> answering/ending calls -> Using voice command I uncheckd the "using voice commands" setting and this solved the problem.08-11-2015 11:31 PM
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First ring low then sounds jump up - any fix for this?
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