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    I think i found the ringtone i've been looking for. When I downloaded to my phone it is not very loud. Can anyone advise how to amplify a ringtone or how i may be able to modify it so its a little louder on my phone. The phone is already at max volume.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nickv1957 View Post
    I think i found the ringtone i've been looking for. When I downloaded to my phone it is not very loud. Can anyone advise how to amplify a ringtone or how i may be able to modify it so its a little louder on my phone. The phone is already at max volume.
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    Upload the ringtone (MP3?) file to your PC, load it into an audio processing program like Audacity (an excellent program, and it's a free download), use Effects - Amplify to increase its volume, and then reload it into the ringtone directory on your phone.
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    Thanks for the info

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