Google Confirms a Separate Volume Control for Notifications and Ringtone
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Google has suggested that the latest version of Android 13 QPR3 or 14 could have separate sliders for the ringtone volume and the notification volume. This would make it easier for users to change their audio settings.
In earlier versions of Android, users were only given a single slider with which to adjust the volume of either the ringtone or the notifications on their device. According to 9to5Google’s sources, there are indications, however, that this might be subject to change in subsequent iterations of the platform.
An ADB (Android Debug Bridge) command was introduced back in December, when Android 13 QPR2 Beta 1 was first made available to consumers. This command gave users the ability to build their own individual sliders for “Call Volume” and “Notification Volume.” The device settings, media joining, call volume, and alarm volume each have their own individual slider, for a total of five.
However, according to the report, it is unclear when the change in notification/ringtone size will be added in Android 13 QPR3 or in the stable version of Android 14 for June.
In the meantime, Google has made available to developers and early adopters the first public beta version of Android 14, which focuses on user personalisation, improved system navigation, increased privacy, and increased speed.
Google claimed in a blog post that they are “today launching the first beta version of Android 14, building on the key themes of privacy, security, performance, developer productivity, and user personalization.” “Today we launch the first beta version of Android 14.” The business went on to say that “as we continue to improve the big-screen device experience across tablets, foldables, and more,” they will be doing this. “Android 14”
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