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  1. #1
    bamp
    Guest
    BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on this
    forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of flaming you because
    you don't use the proper grammer, etc, in your questions.

    Thanks again BruceR

    ...
    bamp





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  2. #2
    BruceR
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR

    Thanks for the kind words! Happy to help when I can and be helped when I
    can't.

    Got my v3i late yesterday and it's definitely more fun than Xmas
    morning! I just finished installing RSD 2.3 which gave me the drivers
    to use P2KMan and Motokit 1.06. I made a couple of dozen SEEMs edits to
    make it work the way I want it to as well as changes to the gains table.
    The MP3 Player is excellent as are the earbuds they provided.
    There's been some talk about using iTunes vs. Motorola's DAP. I just
    created a playlist in Sounds and use that rather than tie up the phone
    with a Java App.


    From:bamp
    bampatcenturyteldotnet

    > BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on
    > this forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of flaming
    > you because you don't use the proper grammer, etc, in your questions.
    >
    > Thanks again BruceR
    >
    > ..
    > bamp






  3. #3
    bamp
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR

    BruceR

    I have another question for you. I have tried to turn up the handset volume
    on my V3 using P2K_Man and Motorola-tool, I can turn up the earpiece volume
    ok. But when I do, it turns down the transmitter modulation, so low the
    other person can barely hear me.

    I've tried this twice on two different V3s with the same results. If you can
    help it would be greatly appreciated because I have a hearing problem and
    can't hear the normal volume settings in a noisy enviornment.

    Thanks

    ...
    bamp

    "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Thanks for the kind words! Happy to help when I can and be helped when I
    > can't.
    >
    > Got my v3i late yesterday and it's definitely more fun than Xmas morning!
    > I just finished installing RSD 2.3 which gave me the drivers to use P2KMan
    > and Motokit 1.06. I made a couple of dozen SEEMs edits to make it work
    > the way I want it to as well as changes to the gains table. The MP3 Player
    > is excellent as are the earbuds they provided.
    > There's been some talk about using iTunes vs. Motorola's DAP. I just
    > created a playlist in Sounds and use that rather than tie up the phone
    > with a Java App.
    >
    >
    > From:bamp
    > bampatcenturyteldotnet
    >
    >> BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on
    >> this forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of flaming
    >> you because you don't use the proper grammer, etc, in your questions.
    >>
    >> Thanks again BruceR
    >>
    >> ..
    >> bamp

    >
    >






  4. #4
    lobo
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR

    I'm not BruceR, but this worked for me:

    MICROPHONE GAINS
    offset 1E1 handset microphone gain (original setting: 0E, recommended
    setting: 0F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 19, recommended setting: 15)
    offset 1F9 wired headset microphone gain (original setting: 1F, recommended
    setting: 1F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 00 ???)
    offset 21D speakerphone microphone gain (original setting: 1F, recommended
    setting: 1F)
    offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    recommended setting: 1B)

    "bamp" <bampatcenturyteldotnet> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > BruceR
    >
    > I have another question for you. I have tried to turn up the handset
    > volume on my V3 using P2K_Man and Motorola-tool, I can turn up the
    > earpiece volume ok. But when I do, it turns down the transmitter
    > modulation, so low the other person can barely hear me.
    >
    > I've tried this twice on two different V3s with the same results. If you
    > can help it would be greatly appreciated because I have a hearing problem
    > and can't hear the normal volume settings in a noisy enviornment.
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > ..
    > bamp
    >
    > "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Thanks for the kind words! Happy to help when I can and be helped when I
    >> can't.
    >>
    >> Got my v3i late yesterday and it's definitely more fun than Xmas morning!
    >> I just finished installing RSD 2.3 which gave me the drivers to use
    >> P2KMan and Motokit 1.06. I made a couple of dozen SEEMs edits to make it
    >> work the way I want it to as well as changes to the gains table. The MP3
    >> Player is excellent as are the earbuds they provided.
    >> There's been some talk about using iTunes vs. Motorola's DAP. I just
    >> created a playlist in Sounds and use that rather than tie up the phone
    >> with a Java App.
    >>
    >>
    >> From:bamp
    >> bampatcenturyteldotnet
    >>
    >>> BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on
    >>> this forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of flaming
    >>> you because you don't use the proper grammer, etc, in your questions.
    >>>
    >>> Thanks again BruceR
    >>>
    >>> ..
    >>> bamp

    >>
    >>

    >
    >






  5. #5
    BruceR
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR

    I'm going to try those myself. Thanks Lobo!

    From:lobo
    [email protected]

    > I'm not BruceR, but this worked for me:
    >
    > MICROPHONE GAINS
    > offset 1E1 handset microphone gain (original setting: 0E, recommended
    > setting: 0F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 19, recommended setting: 15)
    > offset 1F9 wired headset microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    > recommended setting: 1F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 00 ???)
    > offset 21D speakerphone microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    > recommended setting: 1F)
    > offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    > recommended setting: 1B)
    >
    > "bamp" <bampatcenturyteldotnet> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> BruceR
    >>
    >> I have another question for you. I have tried to turn up the handset
    >> volume on my V3 using P2K_Man and Motorola-tool, I can turn up the
    >> earpiece volume ok. But when I do, it turns down the transmitter
    >> modulation, so low the other person can barely hear me.
    >>
    >> I've tried this twice on two different V3s with the same results. If
    >> you can help it would be greatly appreciated because I have a
    >> hearing problem and can't hear the normal volume settings in a noisy
    >> enviornment. Thanks
    >>
    >> ..
    >> bamp
    >>
    >> "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> Thanks for the kind words! Happy to help when I can and be helped
    >>> when I can't.
    >>>
    >>> Got my v3i late yesterday and it's definitely more fun than Xmas
    >>> morning! I just finished installing RSD 2.3 which gave me the
    >>> drivers to use P2KMan and Motokit 1.06. I made a couple of dozen
    >>> SEEMs edits to make it work the way I want it to as well as changes
    >>> to the gains table. The MP3 Player is excellent as are the earbuds
    >>> they provided. There's been some talk about using iTunes vs.
    >>> Motorola's DAP. I
    >>> just created a playlist in Sounds and use that rather than tie up
    >>> the phone with a Java App.
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> From:bamp
    >>> bampatcenturyteldotnet
    >>>
    >>>> BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on
    >>>> this forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of
    >>>> flaming you because you don't use the proper grammer, etc, in your
    >>>> questions. Thanks again BruceR
    >>>>
    >>>> ..
    >>>> bamp






  6. #6
    bamp
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR

    Yes THANKS Lobo, worked like a champ for me! Now I can turn up the earpiece
    volume on the other V3 also. Thanks again!!

    ...
    bamp

    "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I'm going to try those myself. Thanks Lobo!
    >
    > From:lobo
    > [email protected]
    >
    >> I'm not BruceR, but this worked for me:
    >>
    >> MICROPHONE GAINS
    >> offset 1E1 handset microphone gain (original setting: 0E, recommended
    >> setting: 0F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 19, recommended setting: 15)
    >> offset 1F9 wired headset microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >> recommended setting: 1F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 00 ???)
    >> offset 21D speakerphone microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >> recommended setting: 1F)
    >> offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    >> recommended setting: 1B)
    >>
    >> "bamp" <bampatcenturyteldotnet> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> BruceR
    >>>
    >>> I have another question for you. I have tried to turn up the handset
    >>> volume on my V3 using P2K_Man and Motorola-tool, I can turn up the
    >>> earpiece volume ok. But when I do, it turns down the transmitter
    >>> modulation, so low the other person can barely hear me.
    >>>
    >>> I've tried this twice on two different V3s with the same results. If
    >>> you can help it would be greatly appreciated because I have a
    >>> hearing problem and can't hear the normal volume settings in a noisy
    >>> enviornment. Thanks
    >>>
    >>> ..
    >>> bamp
    >>>
    >>> "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>> news:[email protected]
    >>>> Thanks for the kind words! Happy to help when I can and be helped
    >>>> when I can't.
    >>>>
    >>>> Got my v3i late yesterday and it's definitely more fun than Xmas
    >>>> morning! I just finished installing RSD 2.3 which gave me the
    >>>> drivers to use P2KMan and Motokit 1.06. I made a couple of dozen
    >>>> SEEMs edits to make it work the way I want it to as well as changes
    >>>> to the gains table. The MP3 Player is excellent as are the earbuds
    >>>> they provided. There's been some talk about using iTunes vs. Motorola's
    >>>> DAP. I
    >>>> just created a playlist in Sounds and use that rather than tie up
    >>>> the phone with a Java App.
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> From:bamp
    >>>> bampatcenturyteldotnet
    >>>>
    >>>>> BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on
    >>>>> this forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of
    >>>>> flaming you because you don't use the proper grammer, etc, in your
    >>>>> questions. Thanks again BruceR
    >>>>>
    >>>>> ..
    >>>>> bamp

    >
    >






  7. #7
    lobo
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR

    Glad to help just a little bit and thanks for all your contributions.
    It took me forever to find something that I could do to increase the volume
    on both the mic and ear piece on my HS850 &V3 combo. Also the courage to
    mess with a new phone. Worked out just fine and now the volume is great on
    both ends.
    lobo
    "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]o.socal.rr.com...
    > I'm going to try those myself. Thanks Lobo!
    >
    > From:lobo
    > [email protected]
    >
    >> I'm not BruceR, but this worked for me:
    >>
    >> MICROPHONE GAINS
    >> offset 1E1 handset microphone gain (original setting: 0E, recommended
    >> setting: 0F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 19, recommended setting: 15)
    >> offset 1F9 wired headset microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >> recommended setting: 1F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 00 ???)
    >> offset 21D speakerphone microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >> recommended setting: 1F)
    >> offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    >> recommended setting: 1B)
    >>
    >> "bamp" <bampatcenturyteldotnet> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> BruceR
    >>>
    >>> I have another question for you. I have tried to turn up the handset
    >>> volume on my V3 using P2K_Man and Motorola-tool, I can turn up the
    >>> earpiece volume ok. But when I do, it turns down the transmitter
    >>> modulation, so low the other person can barely hear me.
    >>>
    >>> I've tried this twice on two different V3s with the same results. If
    >>> you can help it would be greatly appreciated because I have a
    >>> hearing problem and can't hear the normal volume settings in a noisy
    >>> enviornment. Thanks
    >>>
    >>> ..
    >>> bamp
    >>>
    >>> "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>> news:[email protected]
    >>>> Thanks for the kind words! Happy to help when I can and be helped
    >>>> when I can't.
    >>>>
    >>>> Got my v3i late yesterday and it's definitely more fun than Xmas
    >>>> morning! I just finished installing RSD 2.3 which gave me the
    >>>> drivers to use P2KMan and Motokit 1.06. I made a couple of dozen
    >>>> SEEMs edits to make it work the way I want it to as well as changes
    >>>> to the gains table. The MP3 Player is excellent as are the earbuds
    >>>> they provided. There's been some talk about using iTunes vs. Motorola's
    >>>> DAP. I
    >>>> just created a playlist in Sounds and use that rather than tie up
    >>>> the phone with a Java App.
    >>>>
    >>>>
    >>>> From:bamp
    >>>> bampatcenturyteldotnet
    >>>>
    >>>>> BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on
    >>>>> this forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of
    >>>>> flaming you because you don't use the proper grammer, etc, in your
    >>>>> questions. Thanks again BruceR
    >>>>>
    >>>>> ..
    >>>>> bamp

    >
    >






  8. #8
    Brandon McCombs
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR

    bamp wrote:
    > BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on this
    > forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of flaming you because
    > you don't use the proper *grammer*, etc, in your questions.
    >
    > Thanks again BruceR
    >
    > ..
    > bamp
    >
    >


    Don't forget *****ing.



  9. #9
    bamp
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR


    "Brandon McCombs" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > bamp wrote:
    >> BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on this
    >> forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of flaming you
    >> because you don't use the proper *grammer*, etc, in your questions.
    >>
    >> Thanks again BruceR
    >>
    >> ..
    >> bamp

    >
    > Don't forget *****ing.


    Yes, sorry !!

    ...
    bamp





  10. #10
    bamp
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR


    "lobo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Glad to help just a little bit and thanks for all your contributions.
    > It took me forever to find something that I could do to increase the
    > volume on both the mic and ear piece on my HS850 &V3 combo. Also the
    > courage to mess with a new phone. Worked out just fine and now the volume
    > is great on both ends.
    > lobo
    > "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> I'm going to try those myself. Thanks Lobo!
    >>
    >> From:lobo
    >> [email protected]
    >>
    >>> I'm not BruceR, but this worked for me:
    >>>
    >>> MICROPHONE GAINS
    >>> offset 1E1 handset microphone gain (original setting: 0E, recommended
    >>> setting: 0F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 19, recommended setting: 15)
    >>> offset 1F9 wired headset microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >>> recommended setting: 1F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 00 ???)
    >>> offset 21D speakerphone microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >>> recommended setting: 1F)
    >>> offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    >>> recommended setting: 1B)
    >>>



    Lobo, Will this work on a V551? I've got one that I turned the earpiece
    volume up on and it turned the TX modulation down also.

    ...
    bamp



    >>> "bamp" <bampatcenturyteldotnet> wrote in message
    >>> news:[email protected]
    >>>> BruceR
    >>>>
    >>>> I have another question for you. I have tried to turn up the handset
    >>>> volume on my V3 using P2K_Man and Motorola-tool, I can turn up the
    >>>> earpiece volume ok. But when I do, it turns down the transmitter
    >>>> modulation, so low the other person can barely hear me.
    >>>>
    >>>> I've tried this twice on two different V3s with the same results. If
    >>>> you can help it would be greatly appreciated because I have a
    >>>> hearing problem and can't hear the normal volume settings in a noisy
    >>>> enviornment. Thanks
    >>>>
    >>>> ..
    >>>> bamp
    >>>>
    >>>> "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>>> news:[email protected]
    >>>>> Thanks for the kind words! Happy to help when I can and be helped
    >>>>> when I can't.
    >>>>>
    >>>>> Got my v3i late yesterday and it's definitely more fun than Xmas
    >>>>> morning! I just finished installing RSD 2.3 which gave me the
    >>>>> drivers to use P2KMan and Motokit 1.06. I made a couple of dozen
    >>>>> SEEMs edits to make it work the way I want it to as well as changes
    >>>>> to the gains table. The MP3 Player is excellent as are the earbuds
    >>>>> they provided. There's been some talk about using iTunes vs.
    >>>>> Motorola's DAP. I
    >>>>> just created a playlist in Sounds and use that rather than tie up
    >>>>> the phone with a Java App.
    >>>>>
    >>>>>
    >>>>> From:bamp
    >>>>> bampatcenturyteldotnet
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone on
    >>>>>> this forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of
    >>>>>> flaming you because you don't use the proper grammer, etc, in your
    >>>>>> questions. Thanks again BruceR
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> ..
    >>>>>> bamp

    >>
    >>

    >
    >






  11. #11
    BruceR
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR

    All the v series use pretty much the same SEEMS so it should work for
    you. Always backup your working file though!

    From:bamp
    bampatcenturyteldotnet

    > "lobo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Glad to help just a little bit and thanks for all your
    >> contributions. It took me forever to find something that I could do
    >> to increase the volume on both the mic and ear piece on my HS850 &V3
    >> combo. Also the courage to mess with a new phone. Worked out just
    >> fine and now the volume is great on both ends.
    >> lobo
    >> "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >> news:[email protected]
    >>> I'm going to try those myself. Thanks Lobo!
    >>>
    >>> From:lobo
    >>> [email protected]
    >>>
    >>>> I'm not BruceR, but this worked for me:
    >>>>
    >>>> MICROPHONE GAINS
    >>>> offset 1E1 handset microphone gain (original setting: 0E,
    >>>> recommended setting: 0F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 19,
    >>>> recommended setting: 15) offset 1F9 wired headset microphone gain
    >>>> (original setting: 1F, recommended setting: 1F) (V3/RAZR original
    >>>> setting: 00 ???) offset 21D speakerphone microphone gain (original
    >>>> setting: 1F,
    >>>> recommended setting: 1F)
    >>>> offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    >>>> recommended setting: 1B)
    >>>>

    >
    >
    > Lobo, Will this work on a V551? I've got one that I turned the
    > earpiece volume up on and it turned the TX modulation down also.
    >
    > ..
    > bamp
    >
    >
    >
    >>>> "bamp" <bampatcenturyteldotnet> wrote in message
    >>>> news:[email protected]
    >>>>> BruceR
    >>>>>
    >>>>> I have another question for you. I have tried to turn up the
    >>>>> handset volume on my V3 using P2K_Man and Motorola-tool, I can
    >>>>> turn up the earpiece volume ok. But when I do, it turns down the
    >>>>> transmitter modulation, so low the other person can barely hear
    >>>>> me. I've tried this twice on two different V3s with the same
    >>>>> results.
    >>>>> If you can help it would be greatly appreciated because I have a
    >>>>> hearing problem and can't hear the normal volume settings in a
    >>>>> noisy enviornment. Thanks
    >>>>>
    >>>>> ..
    >>>>> bamp
    >>>>>
    >>>>> "BruceR" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >>>>> news:[email protected]
    >>>>>> Thanks for the kind words! Happy to help when I can and be helped
    >>>>>> when I can't.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> Got my v3i late yesterday and it's definitely more fun than Xmas
    >>>>>> morning! I just finished installing RSD 2.3 which gave me the
    >>>>>> drivers to use P2KMan and Motokit 1.06. I made a couple of dozen
    >>>>>> SEEMs edits to make it work the way I want it to as well as
    >>>>>> changes to the gains table. The MP3 Player is excellent as are
    >>>>>> the earbuds they provided. There's been some talk about using
    >>>>>> iTunes vs. Motorola's DAP. I
    >>>>>> just created a playlist in Sounds and use that rather than tie up
    >>>>>> the phone with a Java App.
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> From:bamp
    >>>>>> bampatcenturyteldotnet
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>>> BruceR, I just want to say thanks, it's so good to have someone
    >>>>>>> on this forum that will try to answer your questions. Instead of
    >>>>>>> flaming you because you don't use the proper grammer, etc, in
    >>>>>>> your questions. Thanks again BruceR
    >>>>>>>
    >>>>>>> ..
    >>>>>>> bamp






  12. #12
    lobo
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR


    >>> From:lobo
    >>> [email protected]
    >>>
    >>>> I'm not BruceR, but this worked for me:
    >>>>
    >>>> MICROPHONE GAINS
    >>>> offset 1E1 handset microphone gain (original setting: 0E, recommended
    >>>> setting: 0F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 19, recommended setting: 15)
    >>>> offset 1F9 wired headset microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >>>> recommended setting: 1F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 00 ???)
    >>>> offset 21D speakerphone microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >>>> recommended setting: 1F)
    >>>> offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    >>>> recommended setting: 1B)
    >>>>

    >
    >
    > Lobo, Will this work on a V551? I've got one that I turned the earpiece
    > volume up on and it turned the TX modulation down also.
    >
    > ..
    > bamp
    >
    >

    I believe they are different settings. One for mic and one for headset
    speaker volume and should (read disclaimer work on the V551. These are
    the settings I used:
    offset DC bluetooth headset call gain (original setting: 08, recommended
    setting: 12)
    offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    recommended setting: 1B)

    Credit xlr8 for the information:
    MAP OF HACKS FOR THE MOTOROLA Vxxx PHONE
    Originally created and tested for TRIPLETS series phones
    V300/V400/V500/V600.
    Extended to include features of V547/V551, V3RAZR, V635.
    Not tested on V180/V220/V550/V620/V80/Axxx/Exxx/CDMA phones/etc, so use at
    your own risk on those phones.
    What does this all mean?
    See http://xlr8.us/hofo/ for a tutorial.

    offset DC bluetooth headset call gain (original setting: 08, recommended
    setting: 12)
    offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    recommended setting: 1B)





  13. #13
    bamp
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR


    "lobo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    >>>> From:lobo
    >>>> [email protected]
    >>>>
    >>>>> I'm not BruceR, but this worked for me:
    >>>>>
    >>>>> MICROPHONE GAINS
    >>>>> offset 1E1 handset microphone gain (original setting: 0E, recommended
    >>>>> setting: 0F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 19, recommended setting: 15)
    >>>>> offset 1F9 wired headset microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >>>>> recommended setting: 1F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 00 ???)
    >>>>> offset 21D speakerphone microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >>>>> recommended setting: 1F)
    >>>>> offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    >>>>> recommended setting: 1B)
    >>>>>

    >>
    >>
    >> Lobo, Will this work on a V551? I've got one that I turned the earpiece
    >> volume up on and it turned the TX modulation down also.
    >>
    >> ..
    >> bamp
    >>
    >>

    > I believe they are different settings. One for mic and one for headset
    > speaker volume and should (read disclaimer work on the V551. These are
    > the settings I used:
    > offset DC bluetooth headset call gain (original setting: 08, recommended
    > setting: 12)
    > offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    > recommended setting: 1B)
    >
    > Credit xlr8 for the information:
    > MAP OF HACKS FOR THE MOTOROLA Vxxx PHONE
    > Originally created and tested for TRIPLETS series phones
    > V300/V400/V500/V600.
    > Extended to include features of V547/V551, V3RAZR, V635.
    > Not tested on V180/V220/V550/V620/V80/Axxx/Exxx/CDMA phones/etc, so use at
    > your own risk on those phones.
    > What does this all mean?
    > See http://xlr8.us/hofo/ for a tutorial.
    >
    > offset DC bluetooth headset call gain (original setting: 08, recommended
    > setting: 12)
    > offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    > recommended setting: 1B)
    >


    Yes it worked on the V551, the setting for the mic gain of 15 was too high,
    sounded distorted. I reset it to 12 and it sounds great now.

    Many thanks Lobo!!

    ...
    bamp





  14. #14
    lobo
    Guest

    Re: To BruceR


    "bamp" <bampatcenturyteldotnet> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "lobo" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >>
    >>>>> From:lobo
    >>>>> [email protected]
    >>>>>
    >>>>>> I'm not BruceR, but this worked for me:
    >>>>>>
    >>>>>> MICROPHONE GAINS
    >>>>>> offset 1E1 handset microphone gain (original setting: 0E, recommended
    >>>>>> setting: 0F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 19, recommended setting: 15)
    >>>>>> offset 1F9 wired headset microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >>>>>> recommended setting: 1F) (V3/RAZR original setting: 00 ???)
    >>>>>> offset 21D speakerphone microphone gain (original setting: 1F,
    >>>>>> recommended setting: 1F)
    >>>>>> offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    >>>>>> recommended setting: 1B)
    >>>>>>
    >>>
    >>>
    >>> Lobo, Will this work on a V551? I've got one that I turned the earpiece
    >>> volume up on and it turned the TX modulation down also.
    >>>
    >>> ..
    >>> bamp
    >>>
    >>>

    >> I believe they are different settings. One for mic and one for headset
    >> speaker volume and should (read disclaimer work on the V551. These are
    >> the settings I used:
    >> offset DC bluetooth headset call gain (original setting: 08, recommended
    >> setting: 12)
    >> offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    >> recommended setting: 1B)
    >>
    >> Credit xlr8 for the information:
    >> MAP OF HACKS FOR THE MOTOROLA Vxxx PHONE
    >> Originally created and tested for TRIPLETS series phones
    >> V300/V400/V500/V600.
    >> Extended to include features of V547/V551, V3RAZR, V635.
    >> Not tested on V180/V220/V550/V620/V80/Axxx/Exxx/CDMA phones/etc, so use
    >> at your own risk on those phones.
    >> What does this all mean?
    >> See http://xlr8.us/hofo/ for a tutorial.
    >>
    >> offset DC bluetooth headset call gain (original setting: 08, recommended
    >> setting: 12)
    >> offset 238 bluetooth headset microphone gain (original setting: 08,
    >> recommended setting: 1B)
    >>

    >
    > Yes it worked on the V551, the setting for the mic gain of 15 was too
    > high, sounded distorted. I reset it to 12 and it sounds great now.
    >
    > Many thanks Lobo!!
    >
    > ..
    > bamp


    Glad it worked out for you. After returning my first HS850 because of sound
    levels, I started an exhaustive search for a solution as the second headset
    did the same thing. Found out it was not the headset at all, but the phone
    settings. Also, I found if you remove the little rubber ring from the ear
    piece, it does not flop around as much.
    lobo





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