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Ever since Android 7.1.1 I am unable to find the page (activity screen) to set, on one screen, the volume for the various audio outputs, such as notificatios, media, etc. Is there such a screen inherent in Android 7, or do I need to find an app for that. Thanks for your help.

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Yes this is found under Settings → Sound i.e

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If for some reason you can't find it or is hidden, then just grab a third-party activity launcher application from playstore e.g Quick shortcut to access com.android.settings/com.android.settings.Settings$NotificationSettingsActivity

  1. Install Quickshortcutmaker from Playstore

  2. Select normal search - under input box type sound and click search

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  1. In search results it will show Settings click it, and expand the list you will find "Sound & Notification" then click try (or create shortcut by pressing create).

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  • I had "Volume" under "Settings/Sounds", but it looked like a heading, so I never clicked it. Not smart I suppose, but now I can set the volumes for "Notifications", "Media", and "System". Great answer. Thanks. – kdsdata May 15 '18 at 7:35
  • Please don't forget to accept the answer if it solved your issue :) – xavier_fakerat May 17 '18 at 7:49
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I had "Volume" under "Settings/Sounds", but it looked like a heading, so I never clicked it. Not smart I suppose, but now I can set the volumes for "Notifications", "Media", and "System". Great answer from @xavier_fakerat. Thanks.

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