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By slickromeo, Senior Member on 9th November 2017, 07:26 PM
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Has anyone else noticed that while you're on a phone call. If you place the caller on speakerphone... The callers voice sounds at what you might expect to be 30%-50% of the volume (even after raising speakerphone volume to 100%), the callers voice volume on speakerphone just doesn't sound loud at all, not even at 100% volume.


Is there a fix for this?

Is Google aware?

If anyone can share their thoughts about this, please do.
 
 
9th November 2017, 07:57 PM |#2  
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Had this exact same thought. Haven't yet tested on the November update.
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Originally Posted by slickromeo

Has anyone else noticed that while you're on a phone call. If you place the caller on speakerphone... The callers voice sounds at what you might expect to be 30%-50% of the volume (even after raising speakerphone volume to 100%), the callers voice volume on speakerphone just doesn't sound loud at all, not even at 100% volume.


Is there a fix for this?

Is Google aware?

If anyone can share their thoughts about this, please do.


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Originally Posted by atan420

Had this exact same thought. Haven't yet tested on the November update.



It's the same on Nov. I rooted and installed Viper. Enabled xLoud on Phone Speaker and it's better. Can't understand why Google didn't enable both speakers for phone calls, like they did for media.
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It's probably because only the bottom speaker is firing so it's literally half the volume you would expect.

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