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Moto E Ascending Ringtone always?

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By Evander_F, Senior Member on 28th May 2014, 08:43 AM
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I've noticed that my Moto E starts ringing from low volume to high...i.e ascending tone. Is there any way to disable that? It's kinda irritating at times.
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28th May 2014, 08:45 AM |#2  
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Yes. Even I wanna change that. And stay unrooted too. Is it possible? Any app exists?

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28th May 2014, 07:35 PM |#3  
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Isn't the option available in sound settings??
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28th May 2014, 08:29 PM |#4  
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Yep, same here...

AFAIK there is no option to change this setting...
But the loudest ringtone is achieved within 3 rings....
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Alright..thanks!
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Bump !


No solution to stop inscreasing ringstone on Moto E ?
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Tried to find a solution a few months back with no luck. There is an app on the play store called 'disable increasing ring' but it won't work on the moto e. Dev was very helpful but concluded this was a hardware problem. Not sure I understand how this can be true since mp3s don't play in this way but will bow to his knowledge.
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