1. tientoan's Avatar

    i'm currenly using iphone FW 1.1.1 whch has been unlocked successfully.
    and i have no problem with it except the low volume issue

    if im not wrong, ReVan has released a solution for iphone FW 1.0.2 that will help increase the volume alot louder.

    but according to him, this method cannot be applied to the new FW 1.1.1 because one of the 3 files has been re-coded by apple.

    i hope you guys soon find out a solution for this issue with an iphone FW 1.1.1

    thx in advance

    2007-10-30 03:13 PM
  2. truenorth's Avatar
    Did this happen just after you unlocked? Try plugging in your headset and unplugging it again. The iPhone thinks that a headset is attached and so muzzles the speakers. This fix worked for some. Worth a shot.
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    2007-10-30 03:44 PM
  3. tientoan's Avatar

    actually i just unlocked my iphone 1.1.1

    but i did read some complaint about its volume...

    but i just checked my phone...and the volume is quite ok...i must lower the volume when talking to my friend..otherwise my ears will be dumb ^^
    2007-10-30 06:08 PM
  4. LGgeek's Avatar
    I just jailbroke 1.1.1. and my volume is low. on 1.0.2 I had used the fix available from here ( ..celestial.plist and SystemSoundMaximumVolume) was hoping I could just reapply but seesms like that's a no go.
    I don't drink kool-Aid, I don't join cults.
    This is why I break out in cold sweat going to Apple retail store.
    2007-11-02 07:20 AM
  5. Adsum's Avatar
    Maybe apple completely recoded one of the files, but iVolume1.3 still works on firmware 1.1.1. I installed it on several iPhones running 1.1.1 that had the volume level reduced after various jailbreak methods. The AppSnapp/AnySIM1.1 jalibreak/activate/unlock method seems to leave the volume nice and loud though so I'm not installing the iVolume files anymore, but I can tell you for sure they do improve volume on 1.1.1 if it is low and it doesn't mess anything up (at least not as far as I could tell).
    2007-11-02 08:25 AM
  6. truenorth's Avatar
    Where does one get iVolume?
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    2007-11-02 03:16 PM
  7. darkrom's Avatar
    I also have used my iphone about 10 times as a phone IF THAT since I got it due to its incredibly low volume. I am on 1.1.1 jailbroken and I would appreciate any fix as well. THANKS!
    2007-11-02 05:26 PM
  8. uPhone's Avatar
    did you try taking the sticker off?
    2007-11-02 10:35 PM
  9. apercele79's Avatar
    i used ivolume and im not sure if it did anything drastically....its still quite low, but i think it's a tad better
    Last edited by apercele79; 2007-11-03 at 08:37 AM.
    2007-11-03 03:59 AM
  10. roger505's Avatar
    ya the 1.1.1. files seem to be different I instaled Ivolume 1.1 , 1.2 and 1.3 and the only one that did anything was 1.1 and that just made the keypad dialer louder. Someone please find the files i need to edit!!!
    2007-11-03 03:45 PM
  11. ReVan's Avatar
    The Celestial Framework or the audio files for the iPhone have been re-codded in v1.1.1, hence the iVolume MOD is not advised to be used on v1.1.1

    I personally feel the volume on v1.1.1 is quite good enough and doest need to be any louder since the phone has just ONE speaker. Increasing sound volume would tear the sound making it audibly unbearable.

    In your case, if you've a iPhone casing see if one of the straps is not covering the speaker on the left.

    Secondly, press the volume buttons on the left of your phone to maximize the volume. You can repeat this while your on Speaker Phone and Receiver mode
    Last edited by ReVan; 2007-11-04 at 04:24 PM.
    2007-11-04 04:22 PM
  12. waseem3761's Avatar
    Hi everyone i have an issue with my iPhone which is very weired n i hope could find some solution here.

    Whenever i play any music file no matter it is playing through ipod or watching videos i can only hear the music from my left speaker n the right isn't working at all. The sound quality isn't that much good and it start blowing up as soon as i turn the volume up. Have any one got any issue like this? Any help will be appreciated

    Kind Regards,
    2007-11-07 12:58 AM
  13. tonycortes's Avatar
    Last edited by tonycortes; 2010-06-09 at 10:30 AM.
    2007-11-07 04:46 AM
  14. Reako's Avatar
    Haha, that's also because there is no speaker on the right, it's a microphone.

    2007-11-07 05:47 AM
  15. Simtech's Avatar
    Doesn't anyone read the manual anymore??
    2007-11-07 06:12 AM
  16. waseem3761's Avatar
    But in actual there are two why only one is working its ridiculous?? It really sucks man. What's the purpose of the second one just to show that we are providing two and only one of them will work???
    2007-11-07 12:36 PM
  17. tonycortes's Avatar
    Last edited by tonycortes; 2010-06-09 at 10:30 AM.
    2007-11-08 03:37 AM
  18. LGgeek's Avatar
    Doesn't anyone read the manual anymore??
    Apple makes manuals too ?, geez all these years I thought it was just packing material :-)
    I don't drink kool-Aid, I don't join cults.
    This is why I break out in cold sweat going to Apple retail store.
    2007-12-06 07:01 PM
  19. vampyros_wrath's Avatar
    Doesn't anyone read the manual anymore??
    Ummm I don't know about you and where you got your "extra special iphone", but mine didn't come with a manual, just a crappy stupi booklet talking abou the iPhone features and why they don't do what normal phones do.
    2007-12-07 12:22 AM
  20. bimmerme's Avatar
    I wanted to bump this thread (because my 1.1.1 speaker volume is awfully low) and pop in the discussion about iPhone manual.
    Yes, there is an iPhone manual and it's located here:

    ...and if anyone comes up with a solution for speaker volume on 1.1.1 we'd appreciate it.
    2007-12-07 08:43 AM