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Adjusting Sound Settings

You can change the volume for games, ringtones, and alarms, change the default ringtone and notification sound, plus control what system sounds are used.

  1. Pull down the Notification bar and touch the Settings icon.
  2. Touch Sound.
  3. Touch to change the volume for games and media, such as videos and music, ringtones and notifications, and alarms.
  4. Touch to choose the intensity of vibrations for incoming calls, notifications, and haptic feedback.
  5. Touch to choose the default notification ringtone or add new ones.
  6. Touch to choose the vibration pattern used for notifications or create your own.
  7. Touch to choose the sound that plays for notifications.
  8. Touch to enable or disable playing a sound and vibration when being notified. This option is only available when you have your Galaxy Note II in Sound mode.
  9. Touch to enable or disable playing touch-tone sounds when typing numbers on the phone keypad.
  10. Touch to enable or disable the touch sounds that play when you touch something on the screen or a menu.
  11. Scroll down for more settings.
  12. Touch to enable or disable the screen lock sound that plays when your Galaxy Note II locks the screen after the inactivity timeout.
  13. Touch to enable or disable Haptic feedback, which is a vibration that indicates that you have successfully touched the Menu and Back keys.
  14. Touch to save your changes and return to the previous screen.
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