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    I d'loaded Volume Care to my T650. Vol Care is s'posed to boost the volume levels 2 ure headset, handset, speakers etc. I ran sum tests w/ the App. I found no diff. in volume levels. I have a BT headset, and wired headset which I tried. w/ Volume Care installed and enabled I found no diff. I adjusted the levels while talking and I didnt hear the volume decreasing or increasing. I uninstalled Vol Care and the volume levels sounded the same.


    Has any1 found this happening 2 U? Who has seen progress w/ this App?
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    many of us have. what version did you download. it's up to ver. 2.9 last I checked. Do a search for volume care and you will find a long thread with the answers you are looking for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlczl
    many of us have. what version did you download. it's up to ver. 2.9 last I checked. Do a search for volume care and you will find a long thread with the answers you are looking for.
    I d'lded ver 2.9 and I have also did a search and came up with nothing significant that would answer my question.
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    Have you tried this thread
    http://discuss.treocentral.com/showthread.php?t=85524
    Most people are now finding really good increases with VC V2.9.
    Jeff responds in that thread, so ask him a qustion and he will try and help
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    No sense being pessimistic, it probably wouldn't work anyway
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    Quote Originally Posted by alreadylinked
    I d'loaded Volume Care to my T650. Vol Care is s'posed to boost the volume levels 2 ure headset, handset, speakers etc. I ran sum tests w/ the App. I found no diff. in volume levels. I have a BT headset, and wired headset which I tried. w/ Volume Care installed and enabled I found no diff. I adjusted the levels while talking and I didnt hear the volume decreasing or increasing. I uninstalled Vol Care and the volume levels sounded the same.


    Has any1 found this happening 2 U? Who has seen progress w/ this App?
    What "tests" have you run? There is a significant (major) increase in volume of the handset at the very least..

    Bek
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bekktek
    .................... There is a significant (major) increase in volume of the handset at the very least..

    Bek
    Or to put it another way, a Turbo increase to the hanset volume
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    Major increase in headset volume, this thing rocks!
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    Yes works well for me too, Sprint Treo 650, VC version 2.9
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    Up to V2.11 now

    Edit: Opps V 2.12 now
    Last edited by ChasT; 06/27/2005 at 06:49 AM.
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    Golie Gee, I'm behinde....time to catch up, thanks.
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    I suppose volume care doesnt boost the volume of your BT headset?
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    Quote Originally Posted by alreadylinked
    I suppose volume care doesnt boost the volume of your BT headset?
    How would it do that? The headset is a whole different piece of hardware...

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