Is this possible?

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  1. shenjin1

    shenjin1 New Member

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    wouldnt it be cool if you could use the speaker above ur screen for music just like the bottom ones!? this would boost the volume. Is this possible?
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    well i think that it would waste quite a bit of batterylife.
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    well i think that it would waste quite a bit of batterylife.
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    Wouldn't boost it in anyway since if you put iPhone on speaker, it goes to the bottom speaker and top shuts off. Top one isn't loud in anyway to be honest, I find myself using headphones for calls more often then the top speaker.
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    how do u know that the top one isnt loud?
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    Did you seriously just ask me that rofl.
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    I'm not sure why he exactly asked you that but from reading above , maybe he meant that how do you know it's not actually loud and set to a certain volume limit , and if you could sumhow tweak the iphone to playing both speakers at the same time.
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    Well i'm referring to the "how do u know that the top one isnt loud?" part, since it says on profile i have an iPhone and i even said i had to use headphones majority of the time since its not loud in anyway. And as before, it does have a limit, and the limit is very low, its not one of those speakers thats loud to begin with tbh.
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    listen, i got an i phone from my friend, and it has no sim so i dont really use the top speaker, i was just wondering if there was a volume limit that you could set on the top speaker, to make it louder so i can use it sometimes when im listening to music out loud.
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    As i said before, if you put the phone on speaker, it goes to the bottom speaker. The top does have a limit, which is EXTREMELY LOW, and to my knowledge there isn't a way to make the ipod music play through the top, so no. And to be honest doubt there theres even a tweak for it since the volume increase wouldn't even be worth the time to make it.

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