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  1. scifan57

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    It depends what I'm listening to. If the recording level of whatever I'm listening is low I have to set the volume on my iphone higher.
     
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    Mine does too, I asssumed it was a new feature


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    I turned off the rise to wake!!!
     
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    So that's what was going on. I thought it might have been something wrong with the touchscreen.
     
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    Nope!!!

    While I have you here can you help me again? When I'm helping mom outside my Spotify music keeps cutting out same with pandora. It drives me crazy!!!
     
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    You could turn on "Wifi Assist" but bear in mind that you'll then be using cellular data when the wifi drops.
     
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    Your WiFi signal is probably too weak out in your yard. A more powerful or a second router placed so as to provide a better signal in the yard could help.
     
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    I don't have that option
     
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    Out in the yard I'm using data.
     
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    It's possible you have a weaker than normal cellular signal in your yard.
     
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    Do you think turning wifi off will help??
     
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    Not if the problem is a weak signal from the nearest cell tower.
     
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    Okay
     
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    You've nothing to lose by trying.
    It could be that the iPhone could be trying to stay connected to a weak WiFi signal. In that case, turning off WiFi would help if the cellular signal is strong enough.
     
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    I run into that regularly. Also, my phone will latch onto a wifi network that requires authentication. That needs watching.
     
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