No option to turn off speaker?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 3.0' started by andydawiz, Jun 25, 2009.

  1. andydawiz

    andydawiz New Member

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    Hey guys, i'm on a first gen ipod touch recently updated to 3.0!! I don't have any options in general or ANYWHERE to turn off the speaker sounds? It's annoying at night to hear the speaker while i'm on MSN or something, anybody have any way i could turn it off or disable it or ANYTHING??

    most appreciated

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  2. kewlgreen

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    There is no speaker in the 1st Generation iPod Touch.
  3. Glitch47

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    wth are you on about?
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    Who, me or him?
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    Yes, the 1G Touch DOES have a speaker, but it's not the kind of speaker you all think of. It's a very small, primitive speaker used only for VERY simple noises such as the slide to unlock sound, alarms, and alerts in instant messages etc. It's very similar to the thing in your computer that makes a noise when you, for example, smash down on a lot of keys at the same time and hold them.

    But anyways, that is weird that there is no option to turn it off. Did you go to setting and then see if at the bottom there's a sub-settings for the MSN app that you use?
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    My bad, I have never really known too much about the 1G Touch. lol
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    It's ok, it's an easy mistake to make, because like I said, it's not a speaker like most people imagine (i.e. able to play music etc.) so naturally most people would just say something like "The 1G doesn't have a speaker."
  8. andydawiz

    andydawiz New Member

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    lmao yeah i tried beejive it's the only one i used there's nothing there
    it's really really weird, i re-updated it with the same firmware and before i re-jailbroke it it was in settings under general, but after i jailbroke it, it disappeared but i managed to turn it off...it's just confusing!!
    have you heard of something in cydia that can turn it off maybe with SBSettings or something?
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    ^^ This is what showed up in settings before jailbreaking, sounds is right there

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    ^^This is after jailbreaking, sounds is gone!
  9. touch_iPod

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    Hmmm, could it be due to the jailbreak? It's impossible for the "Sounds" to disappear just like that...

    Then again, I also do not have the "Sounds" option in Settings, after upgrading to the 3.0 firmware...
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    sorry, I meant him... But I get it now

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    Shouldn't the "sounds" option difference lie in 2.x.x and 3.0? Not between jailbreaks...

    Also, try installing supreme preferences for iPod Touch in cydia...

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