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It seems that the only ringtone I was able to hear was the one in my old Nokia phone, 10 years ago. Nowadays, in the era of smartphones, no matter which ringtone I chose, I have problems hearing it when I am out in a loud environment. And yes, regardless of the fact that the audio level is set to max.

How can I make my ringtones louder on my phone so that I can hear them easily on a noisy environment? Maybe there is a setting to make ringtones high-pitched?

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    Have you considered vibrate mode ? – Matthieu Harlé Aug 2 '13 at 14:24
  • What phone are you using? – geffchang Aug 2 '13 at 15:15
  • Galaxy s Ii is the phone. Of course I tried vibration but it's the same. – AnDroDroo Aug 3 '13 at 18:09
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    Do you know that you can mark the answer as accepted by clicking the tick right below the vote down button? – Sid Aug 7 '13 at 6:01
  • What about letting the screen flash(or camera light flash)? – Marcel Sep 11 '13 at 6:47
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Though the is a little bit vague in nature, seems a very useful question for a larger community. You can use high pitched ringtones which are very common around the internet.

Also I came across this post at XDA which seems quite useful for you. (did not test them myself though. even if me or anybody did, the level you require might be different.)

In the Google Play Market, there are apps like Super Loud Ringtones, Loud Ringtones, LOUD Ringtones

You must consider the suggestion made by Shywim as well.

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