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I've noticed my phone always starts to ring at where I set the volume to and then escalates to be very loud after a few seconds. I didnt see any settings to change this. Is this happening to anybody else?
 
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Is it in your pocket when it does that?
I noticed in the HTC Sense demo video it says if it is in your pocket or purse it will ring loud so you can hear it. I think it has to do with proximity and light sources. If i have it sitting out, it will ring quietly, but it is always loud in my pocket.
 
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Is it in your pocket when it does that?
I noticed in the HTC Sense demo video it says if it is in your pocket or purse it will ring loud so you can hear it. I think it has to do with proximity and light sources. If i have it sitting out, it will ring quietly, but it is always loud in my pocket.
Actually yeah. Thats usually when it gets loud. I dont really like that as it gets super loud sometimes. Why wouldnt they have a setting for this?
 
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Any news on this? Because I also find it quite annoying that the ringer is so loud even when I'm sitting in the quiet office...
 
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Any news on this? Because I also find it quite annoying that the ringer is so loud even when I'm sitting in the quiet office...
I have the same issue! It happens on ALL Sense ROM's. If I am running AOSP (CM6 or MIUI) it is not an issue. Are there any ways to disable this setting if it is supposed to do so? Mine is on my belt in a case and when I'm in the office it rings way too loud. If the phone is on my desk it rings as I have the volume set.
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Actually I found you can disable the loud ringer in settings really easy

Settings --> Sound --> Pocket mode

There's no way to adjust the volume though,
 
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Apparently the Shift has the same issue as my EVO or as Sprint would call it..."feature".

http://forum.androidcentral.com/show...629#post669629

You would think there was an app out there to override this.
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Actually I found you can disable the loud ringer in settings really easy

Settings --> Sound --> Pocket mode

There's no way to adjust the volume though,
What device/ROM are you running? There is no setting for Pocket mode under settings -> sound on the stock EVO Shift 4G (at least not on mine). Anyone else find this?
 
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I have a Desire Z with the original ROM (Froyo + Sense)
 
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I have a Desire Z with the original ROM (Froyo + Sense)
that setting dont apply to shift

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