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mehtaphobia

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After I installed Lollipop on my device, every time I press the volume buttons to increase or decrease the sound, only the notification volume is changed, not the media volume. How do I fix it so that I can change the media volume on default?

The picture attached shows what I see every time I press the volume buttons. It's getting very irritating.

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mehtaphobia

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It only turns to the normal volume settings when the music is playing and then it goes back to the notifications volume

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This! Ever since my N7 updated to Lollipop this has annoyed me. I'll tend to keep my audio muted on the tablet, and then turn it up if I'm watching a video. It's a pain to have to first go into a video, pause it, then adjust the volume. Plus, I need to test it again, but I'm pretty sure that when I paused the video it went back to adjusting the notification volumes instead of the media volumes.

It wasn't this way before the update - any chance they'll revert it back the way it was, or at least offer an option to choose which volume the volume key adjusts?
 

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It only turns to the normal volume settings when the music is playing and then it goes back to the notifications volume

Okay, I read your OP incorrectly. I thought you wanted to know how to change the media volume using the volume rocker, but you want that to be the default behaviour of the volume rocker. I don't have an answer to that question.

I'm personally fine with the current implementation. I don't need to constantly change the media volume while I'm not listening to music or watching video. If I do need to, I can always go into the Settings menu and change it from there.
 

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After I installed Lollipop on my device, every time I press the volume buttons to increase or decrease the sound, only the notification volume is changed, not the media volume. How do I fix it so that I can change the media volume on default?

The picture attached shows what I see every time I press the volume buttons. It's getting very irritating.

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How is your app drawer icon so white and smooth? Is that a launcher?

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Its annoying because even after I do that it just immediately goes back to notification volume. I wish there was the option at the end for everything like there was on KitKat.
 

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