1. bronx889's Avatar
    When listening to music or podcasts everything is fine. Then I get a call. Then end the call. Then I have to manually turn up the volume to hear the music again. I have had the Evo since launch day and this only started about a 10 days ago.

    For some reason the media volume goes down after the call. I even did a hard reset. Re-installed everything from scratch. The problem was gone for a few days but re-surfaced. its bugging the help out of me.

    Any help would be appreciated.
    07-20-2010 06:47 AM
  2. PookieEastwood's Avatar
    Volume button sticking maybe? I had that problem on my Pre.
    07-20-2010 02:52 PM
  3. apexi350z's Avatar
    I have the same problem. I am trying to find some kind of widget or program that can return the media volume once I'm done with phone call.

    Here's the scenario of what happens:
    Listen to music with EVO, then a call comes in. Music stop/pause automatically in the background. Once I'm done with the phone call, then return to the music, but the MEDIA volume is all the way down.
    07-29-2010 02:43 PM
  4. Kedar's Avatar
    Audiomanager from the market is good... but I don't think it's what you guys want.
    If you mean you have to go into settings and turn the volume up that way, then audiomanager would be good because it's a widget and you can turn up/down media volume on its own.

    I see why a call would turn down the media volume, but after it ends there's nothing that it does to turn it back up.
    Hmm.
    07-29-2010 02:51 PM
  5. apexi350z's Avatar
    I just installed Volume Locker, it seem to fixed the problem since it locks the media volume and doesn't lower it. I think my problem is fixed for now
    rottweilerjohn likes this.
    07-29-2010 03:56 PM
  6. TL Sdras's Avatar
    This is one of those offensive, irritating, big brother type interferences that come from allowing lawyers and think tanks into any process. They are turning it down automatically to a level they deem safe for our hearing (assuming that we are listening on headphones, which I am not - I listen on speakers). I keep getting a pop up message that says so. I would love to be able to disable the feature that allows an outside power other than me to fiddle with the volume, or any other control.
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    01-13-2013 01:33 PM
  7. Timber Wolf's Avatar
    This is one of those offensive, irritating, big brother type interferences that come from allowing lawyers and think tanks into any process. They are turning it down automatically to a level they deem safe for our hearing (assuming that we are listening on headphones, which I am not - I listen on speakers). I keep getting a pop up message that says so. I would love to be able to disable the feature that allows an outside power other than me to fiddle with the volume, or any other control.
    No that only brings it down to half. My problem takes it down to zero.
    08-11-2014 10:52 PM
  8. GodisGoodURnot's Avatar
    This is one of those offensive, irritating, big brother type interferences that come from allowing lawyers and think tanks into any process. They are turning it down automatically to a level they deem safe for our hearing (assuming that we are listening on headphones, which I am not - I listen on speakers). I keep getting a pop up message that says so. I would love to be able to disable the feature that allows an outside power other than me to fiddle with the volume, or any other control.
    Well said sir.
    01-31-2017 09:49 AM
  9. B. Diddy's Avatar
    Interesting thought. There have been lawsuits against tech companies for hearing damage due to excessive volume, so it's likely that this was not a de novo paternalistic decision made by the manufacturer.
    01-31-2017 12:51 PM
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