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Good master volume controller?

3rd August 2010, 10:10 PM |#1  
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On the iphone if i switched the vibrate function on the side of the phone, everything was muted, I notice when i put my phone into vibrate if i go to a game its still at full volume, whats a good master volume controller or something of that sort? I see a ton of them on the market
 
 
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Yeah, only Media Volume is not muted when you use the volume rocker button.

AudioManager I think is good for a free widget.
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I use sound manager & the best thing is you can set schedules for the system volume or individual sounds. I have mine set to kill notifications at night so emails & texts don't wake me, but keep ring volume up for emergency calls.
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Quick settings...enable notifications being the same volume as ringtone

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Originally Posted by ISprayCandy

I use sound manager & the best thing is you can set schedules for the system volume or individual sounds. I have mine set to kill notifications at night so emails & texts don't wake me, but keep ring volume up for emergency calls.

Thanks for this...just got it to try it and I love it already
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