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  1. #1
    Strider
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    Hi,

    I've know how to turn up the volume, the handsfree and in-car volume.
    But where do I go to crank up the alarm volume?

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  2. #2
    Nick Hatzichristos
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    Re: Alarm Volume

    "Strider" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi,
    >
    > I've know how to turn up the volume, the handsfree and in-car volume.
    > But where do I go to crank up the alarm volume?


    I had the same issue with the P900, I don't think there is a volume setting
    for the alarm. So I made my own "beep beeeeeep" sound using a freeware tone
    generator / audio editing app, amplified it to a really loud level, saved it
    out as a 16bps mp3, uploaded it to the phone (just a few kb in size) and set
    it as the default alarm sound.
    Nice, loud alarm : )

    nick

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  3. #3
    Strider
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    Re: Alarm Volume

    Nick Hatzichristos proclaimed...

    > I had the same issue with the P900, I don't think there is a volume setting
    > for the alarm. So I made my own "beep beeeeeep" sound using a freeware tone
    > generator / audio editing app, amplified it to a really loud level, saved it
    > out as a 16bps mp3, uploaded it to the phone (just a few kb in size) and set
    > it as the default alarm sound.
    > Nice, loud alarm : )
    >
    > nick


    Nice one. Where would I find this app?

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  4. #4
    Nick Hatzichristos
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    Re: Alarm Volume

    "Strider" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > > I had the same issue with the P900, I don't think there is a volume

    setting
    > > for the alarm. So I made my own "beep beeeeeep" sound using a freeware

    tone
    > > generator / audio editing app, amplified it to a really loud level,

    saved it
    > > out as a 16bps mp3, uploaded it to the phone (just a few kb in size) and

    set
    > > it as the default alarm sound.
    > > Nice, loud alarm : )
    > >
    > > nick

    >
    > Nice one. Where would I find this app?


    Two basic but good, freeware audio editors are Audacity, which you can find
    here http://audacity.sourceforge.net/, and Wavepad, which you can find
    together with a tone generator here
    http://www.nch.com.au/action/index.html#106. My favorite is Audacity but
    they can both do the job and much more.

    Sorry about the late reply, I hope this is still helpful information.

    nick

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  5. #5
    Chris Boyd
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    Re: Alarm Volume

    Strider wrote:
    > Hi,
    >
    > I've know how to turn up the volume, the handsfree and in-car volume.
    > But where do I go to crank up the alarm volume?


    On the P900, the alarm volume will be set by the ring volume (under sounds
    and alerts, control panel).

    Chris





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