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  1. Tone1981's Avatar
    As far as the rest of my sounds they seem to B working fine ringer vol, etc.I hope that they take the time to fixs this problem soon
    09-13-2009 11:28 AM
  2. chobbs1's Avatar
    I woke up this morning and found that I couldn't hear any clicks!!! Then after plugging the phone into my computer the clicks came back! Even before I did a sync????

    Then I disconnected from the computer and the click dissapeared again! So I went and got my head phones and plugged them in and out and the the clicks have returned!
    Last edited by chobbs1; 09-13-2009 at 02:10 PM.
    09-13-2009 01:41 PM
  3. Ipheuria's Avatar
    The people who have all system sounds low try two things, reboot your phone if you haven't since you upgraded. Also try switching your sound for say Text from Bell to glass to whatever and while it is playing the sample turn your ringer down all the way then when you're done turn it up all the way. I don't know why but this is what I did today and it worked. I'm on 3.0 but the ringer on my phone, and the audio when I'm talking on the phone has always been a bit lower than I would like even though it was at max. So then my GF called me and Damn it was so loud I had to turn the audio down :O I could hear all the sounds around her while she was talking.
    09-14-2009 08:41 PM
  4. Ipheuria's Avatar
    And then there's some of us like me, who want a loud ringer but have to turn it down because the keyboard clicks are so damn annoying, but still want the clicks to have some kind of feedback. You want loud clicks, but why should those of us who like the softer ones have to compromise either? It's a classic case of no one is completely happy. If Apple gave "choice" for every little thing, the settings section would be so ungodly crammed and complicated.
    Like you I would love the lower ticks and all the system sounds the same. I understand exactly what you're talking about with the settings being cluttered to hell if every option was there. However the sound of the keyboard clicks I think would be a necessary option they could have put in.
    09-14-2009 08:44 PM
  5. Madness#IM's Avatar
    I've noticed my click volume go in and out. Once I first noticed I was sure to make sure it wasn't me covering up the speaker. It may be related to a specific application that I use regularly though.
    09-15-2009 01:18 PM
  6. Allyson Kazmucha's Avatar
    I've noticed my click volume go in and out. Once I first noticed I was sure to make sure it wasn't me covering up the speaker. It may be related to a specific application that I use regularly though.
    If you're typing as the text sent sound goes through or as another notification goes through, sometimes it can cause the clicks to be distorted a bit.
    09-15-2009 10:51 PM
  7. Allyson Kazmucha's Avatar
    there is no way u r tellin me u can hear the clicks when u r doin normal stuff like hang with ur friends or just watching tv ect. Or maybe u just tell everyone to shut up so u can hear the clicks Anyways hope they fix this soon.
    Actually, yes..I can.

    Now can I hear them in a crowded bar, with a band playing? No. That's ridiculous, and you couldn't hear them ever in that type of situation, quiet, loud, or whatever.

    In a situation with a group of friends or out to eat, or watching tv, yes I can definitely hear them just fine.
    09-15-2009 10:54 PM
  8. Kannon#AC's Avatar
    My clicks seem to have returned to normal volume
    09-16-2009 10:48 AM
  9. ciocpa's Avatar
    I can't really hear a difference in the volume of the clicks...
    09-16-2009 11:13 AM
  10. ctt1wbw's Avatar
    I can. I like the quiet tones. When my wife is sleeping and I'm tweetin it dont' bother her.
    09-16-2009 11:27 AM
  11. iMagnify's Avatar
    yay for clicks!!
    I just created my own App. and it is scheduled to be released on September 25th! I just uploaded a demo video onto YouTube. if you have a chance to check it out you really should. Just search "iMagnify"
    I always appreciate the feedback, thanks!
    09-16-2009 04:25 PM
  12. CafeSilver's Avatar
    Some people like the quieter clicks, I am not one of those people. It started to really get on my nerves. If I want quieter clicks, I can just turn the volume down. They should have left things alone, but since they didn't I had to figure out how to get it back to the way I like it. Here's what I did. You must have a jailbroken iPhone in order for this to work... obviously.

    1) SSH into the iPhone and then go to System/Library/Audio/UISounds
    2) Grab the file "Tock.caf" and put it on your computer
    3) Using Audacity (free) open the file and then using the Effects, amplify the sound to about twice what the original file is
    4) Save the file as a .wav
    5) Download ToneFXsCreator (also free) onto your computer and download ToneFXs via Cydia onto your iPhone
    6) Connect iPhone to computer via USB cable
    7) Open ToneFXsCreator and find the new .wav file and open it
    8) Make sure "fade in" and "fade out" are unchecked before you send the tone to your iPhone
    9) Send the tone to your iphone
    10) Open ToneFXs on your iPhone and find in the list where it says "Keyboard Click" and select it. It should give you a list of sounds to choose from. Select the file you sent to the phone and it will give you a preview
    11) Go back to the main screen of ToneFXs and then save. The phone will respring and you'll have your wonderful loud clicks back. If you want them quieter for any reason just turn the ringer down

    When you select the file in ToneFXs is will give you a preview. The preview may seem WAY too loud and that loudness will make the click noise sound horrible. Don't get scared off now, you're so close. I'm not quite sure what Apple did to make the clicking quieter, but they did NOT change the actual sound file. If you were to go into Settings on the iphone and test the sound, it is loud like it was just before the 3.1 update. So while your new sound may seem WAY too loud, something somewhere in the iPhone is telling the keyboard clicks to tone it down some. So with your new audio file it will do the exact same thing. So while the preview in ToneFXs may seem horribly loud, once you save and respring and test it out, it will be just perfect.

    I can't believe no one else has mentioned this here. I am hardly the authority when it comes to stuff like this and I managed to figure this out on my own with a bit of creativity. Hope you enjoy.
    11-08-2009 02:24 AM
  13. Ipheuria's Avatar
    Does anyone know which file is the sound of the sent SMS message? I can change the incoming but the outgoing is the same as everyone elses.
    11-08-2009 10:06 AM
  14. iKittee's Avatar
    I like the quieter clicks. Quite happy with most of the updates they've done so far.
    11-08-2009 12:46 PM
  15. CafeSilver's Avatar
    Does anyone know which file is the sound of the sent SMS message? I can change the incoming but the outgoing is the same as everyone elses.
    If you go to System/Library/Audio/UISounds the file name is "SentMessage.caf." Unfortunately, the method to change the keyboard clicks I posted yesterday will not work for this since ToneFXs does not have an option to change that sound. So you would have to replace the original file, which is not easy to do. .caf files have a lot more information in them other than just the audio part. I tried playing around with the .caf file for the keyboard click sound first (with no success) before I came up with the workaround I posted yesterday. There are a couple tutorials online about how to do what you want to do (editing .caf files) but they are not easy and will take up quite a bit of your time.
    11-08-2009 02:50 PM
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