Important Sound Settings - Android

This tutorial provides some hints for adjusting the sound settings on your Android‐powered device. Please note that every Android is different, with a different look and menu options. We have provided examples below, but if you have additional questions beyond this document, please contact your device manufacturer (i.e. HTC, Motorola, Samsung) or your cellular carrier (i.e. Verizon, Sprint, AT&T).

Finding your Android Settings

To locate the settings of your device you will want to touch the Settings icon on our device.

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Android Volume and Sound Settings

Your volume and sound controls are in your Sound Settings.

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Note that on most Android devices, your Notification Volume is a separate setting than your Ringer Volume.

To adjust your volumes, choose Sound settings and Volume. From there, you can control your Notification Volume.

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We encourage our users to check Use incoming call volume for notifications. Please note that if you select a sound file from your phone to play for new jobs, the Media volume will need to be turned up as well.

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You can access the sound settings on your device by going to the Device Settings > Sound > Volume. Here you will have access to the slider volume settings on your device.

Jobulator Mobile Sound Settings

To adjust the sound that you will hear on your Jobulator application, you will need to go to the "Settings" tab of Jobulator and tap "Update" (located to the right of "Sound").

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Once you tap this, a new dialog box will appear that will allow you to select a sound. Once you have chosen the sound selection that you want, tap Done to confirm that sound change.

Jobulator mobile for Android also allows you to choose a sound of your own for your Jobulator notifications. To do this, you will need to go to the "Settings" tab of Jobulator and tap Update that is located to the right of "Sound".

Once you tap this, a new dialog box will appear that will allow you to select a sound. You will simply want to select the (Select your own sound) option. This selection will produce a new dialog box where you can choose a sound from the files on your Android device.

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