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With some devices you set a volume level and that's the level for all sounds. Not true on the Android phone. You can set ...
a volume level for the ringer and a different level for playing songs and other phone features. Here's how.
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How to Set the Ringer Volume on your Android Phone
Hi, this is Mike Callahan, Dr. File Finder and welcome to your Butterscotch.com tutorial on how to set the ringer volume on your Android phone. Most phones have a volume selector but in many cases it sets the volume for everything, incoming calls, songs, videos and so on. Now through on the Android phone so tap on settings, let’s do that.
Now we’re going to tap on sound and display. Now you see here we have ringer volume. Set the volume for incoming calls and notifications. Just below it is media volume. Set volume for music and videos. So for example you could have your ringer volume very low and have your media volume up high for listening to songs. So let’s tap on ringer volume and you can see it shows the level of the ringer volume as the incoming call volume. Now I would move it for you but when you move the slider it plays your default ringtone so you can hear the level of volume. So I'm not going to move it.
You see the check box underneath is you can use the incoming call volume for notifications so if you don’t want to do that, uncheck the box. Now you’ve got two sliders so you could have your incoming call volume at one level, notifications at another level and then your media at still another level. When you're set, just tap OK and you're done. So this is setting the ringer volume and the notification volume on your Android and that’s all there is to it.