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    Default New App: AudioAMP v1.0

    ..from Conceited software. Only description is increases speaker volume....Spearker volume as in when you are on the phone or in general?



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    Just installed it. It seems like it edits the plist file(SystemSoundMaximumVolume.plist) of the Default sub-values. But I didn't notice much deference in the system sounds after a restart...

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    no difference. waste of storage space

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPhonr View Post
    Just installed it. It seems like it edits the plist file(SystemSoundMaximumVolume.plist) of the Default sub-values. But I didn't notice much deference in the system sounds after a restart...
    I think it was meant to increase the speaker volume in say playing back music or soething like that...I thought it would be for phone calls...who knows..very vague description.

    I think the system sound is not supposed to be affected. Can anyone shed some light on this?

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    I thought it does something like described in this hack from TUAW.


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    i'm interested in increasing the ringtone actually. For those who have tried, which fw are you on?

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    I'm on 1.1.1

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    i believe its just this hack that is mainly for 1.0.2 users:
    http://limitededitioniphone.com/low-...-steps-to-fix/

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    It says "Firmware 1.1.1 or 1.1.2 is required to install AudioAmp." on my 1.0.2

    So looks like it is not for 1.0.2 volume bug fix

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    does anyone have the original file that is for the iphone volume because I install the audio amp and updated it and I do notice a change but now my volume goes from high to low high to low when I'm on a call even after uninstalling it. So if anyone can put up a link to the original file so I can put it back to normal. thanks


 

 
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