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Windows Phone 8 Volume Level - Adjust


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Windows Phone 8 Volume Level - Adjust
This tutorial will show you how to adjust the volume level settings of items up and down to what you want in Windows Phone 8 and 8.1.
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How to Adjust Volume Levels in Windows Phone 8 and 8.1
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This tutorial will show you how to adjust the volume level settings of items up and down to what you want in Windows Phone 8 and 8.1.
How to Adjust Volume Levels in Windows Phone 8 and 8.1

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This tutorial will show you how to adjust the volume level settings of items up and down to what you want in Windows Phone 8 and 8.1.





OPTION ONE
Adjust Volume Level Settings in Windows Phone 8

1. Press the volume up + or volume down - button.​
Windows_Phone_Volume_Button.jpg
2. Continue to press the volume up + or volume down - button until the volume level (0 to 30) is set to what you want. (see screenshot below)​
Windows_Phone_8_Volume.png






OPTION TWO
Adjust Volume Level Settings in Windows Phone 8.1

1. Press the volume up + or volume down - button, and do step 2 or 3 below for what you would like to do.​
Windows_Phone_Volume_Button.jpg
2. Continue to press the volume up + or volume down - button until the Ringer + Notifications volume level (0 to 10) is set to what you want. (see screenshot below)​
Windows_Phone_8.1_Volume-1.png
3. Tap on the Open volume bar volume-bar-open-icon_InvariantCulture_Default.png button to expand your phone's volume options. (see screenshot above)​
A) Move the volume slider(s) left (- volume) or right (+ volume) to adjust the volume levels of each item to what you want.​
Windows_Phone_8.1_Volume-2.png
Note   Note
Depending on what you're doing, you'll see one or more of the following:
Note   Note

In-call in-call-volume-icon_InvariantCulture_Default.png
Ringer + Notifications (tap ringer-notifications-volume-icon_InvariantCulture_Default.png to mute or unmute.)​
Media + Apps (tap volume-bar-media-icon_InvariantCulture_Default.png to mute or unmute.)​
Headphones (tap headphones-volume-icon_InvariantCulture_Default.png to mute or unmute.)​
Bluetooth (tap system-icon-bluetooth_InvariantCulture_Default.png to mute or unmute.)​
B) When finished, tap on the Close volume bar volume-bar-close-icon_InvariantCulture_Default.png button.​


That's it,
Shawn


 
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