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    Tmobile MDA by HTC (QUALITY)

    Does everyone find the earpiece sound quality POOR and way too low in a noisier environment? Is there any h/w or s/w hack to increase the volume and clarity than what it already puts out?

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    Wirelessly posted (whatever the next lines says: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows CE; PPC; 240x320) Opera 8.60 [en])

    there is a volume hack that seems to work for me. you have to do a registry edit though

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    Can you point out the reg hack for me please as I would like to test it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dtvboy
    Does everyone find the earpiece sound quality POOR and way too low in a noisier environment? Is there any h/w or s/w hack to increase the volume and clarity than what it already puts out?
    Are you asking about the T-Mobile MDA made for T-Mobile US? HTC has made several MDA models released by T-Mobile in a number of countries.
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    Nokia Series 40 and Series 60 Reset Codes:
    http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=640135

    Prepaid Options for Abroad:
    http://www.prepaidgsm.net
    http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?t=622551

    Worldwide GPRS settings:

    http://www.access-sys-eu.com/GPRS_Settings.95.0.html

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    Yes the Tmobile MDA USA version.

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    im doing this from memory.
    HKCU\Control Pannel\SoundCategories\( this is the part i forget )
    Then change the value of AttenuationCategory from 4 to 1 its set to 3 as default

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    What rom are you using? Try updating it and see if that helps, i have the K-Jam and no problems at all.

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    better sound with ear jams

    I used TCPMP all the time with my MDA (also occasionally use windows media player and ppod - but TCPMP is best so far). I found that Griffin Ear Jams fit the stock MDA headphones perfectly - and improve the sound dramatically - especially the bass response.
    - Jon

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