Audio Volume UI Manager

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EMDK For Android - 6.9

Overview

The Audio Volume UI Manager (AudioVolUIMgr) can add, delete and replace Audio Profiles, and can select an Audio Profile to be in effect on the device. It also allows administrators to modify the "Factory Preset" Audio Profile (which cannot be deleted), and to directly control the Mute and Vibrate states of the device, which are independent of all audio streams and Audio Profiles.

Many Zebra Android devices contain a Zebra Volume Control (ZVC), a UI component that allows a device user to easily adjust the volumes of various audio streams in the device. An audio stream is a channel through which audio can be generated and output to a speaker or headset. The number of audio streams supported by an Android device is generally fixed, but the number of possible purposes for which audio can be generated is theoretically unlimited. As a result, a particular audio stream might be used for a purpose other than that for which it was intended.

Main Functionality

  • Create, delete and modify Audio Profiles
  • Set an Audio Profile as the current Audio Profile
  • Set the Factory Preset Audio Profile as the current Audio Profile
  • Change the volume levels to be the Preset volume levels of the current Audio Profile
  • Control the global mute and vibrate states of the device

Note: The Zebra Volume Control component is included on most Zebra Android devices running KitKat and higher. It is enabled by default on all devices except those running Lollipop, on which it must be enabled manually. AudioVolUIMgr is supported only on devices that include the ZVC.

The standard Android Audio Volume Control UI identifies each audio stream that can be controlled in a fixed manner that is predefined for each audio stream. Such identification might not accurately reflect the purposes for which a given audio stream is being used. This can produce less than optimal user experiences since the device user might change the volume of an audio stream without realizing its affect on other systems.

The ZVC allows configuration of the manner in which audio Streams are identified to the device user, thus allowing the user experience to be customized. The ZVC also provides even more control over the user experience by allowing configuration of the minimum, maximum, and preset values for a given audio stream. For example, the minimum volume for an audio stream could be set as some value greater than zero to prevent a device user from turning it off completely and potentially missing important audio notifications that are performed on that audio stream.

The ZVC also provides support for Audio Profiles, which define different scenarios or use cases in which one or more audio streams can be used. Each Audio Profile can configure the behavior of ZVC for some or all of the available audio streams. By selecting a defined Audio Profile, the configuration of ZVC for multiple audio streams can be configured in a single operation. For example, there might be one Audio Profile for working in a quiet office and another for working in a noisy warehouse.

The ZVC can be invoked by pressing the volume control buttons on a device (when available) or by selecting the Sound -> Volumes screen from the Android Settings panel. The UI presented by the ZVC is based on the most recent configuration applied to ZVC using the AudioVolUIMgr, in particular the set of defined Audio Profiles and the currently selected Audio Profile.

Supported Streams

The following audio streams are supported:

  • STREAM_MUSIC - Typically for music playback
  • STREAM_RING - Typically for notification of an incoming call
  • STREAM_NOTIFICATION - Typically for other notifications
  • STREAM_SYSTEM - Typically used by system sounds
  • STREAM_ALARM - Typically used for alarms
  • STREAM_VOICE_CALL - Typically used for phone calls
  • STREAM_VVS - This is the Decode Beep Virtual Volume Scale, a special stream that produces audible notifications for barcode scanning on Zebra devices.

An Audio Profile can be defined to configure the following settings for any or all of the above audio streams:

  • Label - A text label displayed by the ZVC to identify the audio stream.
  • Icon - An icon displayed by the ZVC to identify the audio stream.
  • Visibility - Controls whether the ZVC allows the device user to view and modify the volume settings for the audio stream. For example, this could be used to prevent a device user from making any changes to the volume of the audio stream used for incoming call notification.

Volume Levels

An Audio Profile can configure the volume levels for each of four audio modes: Speaker, Receiver, Wired headset, and Bluetooth headset. The specified modes are determined based on the physical output path to which an audio stream is directed. For each mode, the following volume levels can be specified.

  • Minimum volume level - Prevents a device user from reducing the volume of the audio stream below a specified level. This can be useful in noisy environments, for example, to prevent a user from setting the notification audio stream to an inaudible level.
  • Maximum volume level - Prevents a device user from increasing the volume of the audio stream above a specified level. This could be useful in quiet environments, for example, to prevent a user from setting music playback above a specified level.
  • Preset volume level - This will cause the ZVC to set the volume of the audio stream to the specified value when this Audio Profile becomes selected as the current Audio Profile.
  • Value "256,256,256" -Automatically sets the audio stream minimum, maximum and preset values to "0,[maximum],[median]" values for the stream. For example, using this setting on a music stream, which has a value range of 0-15, sets the minimum to 0 (inaudible) the maximum to 15 and the preset volume to 8.

Note: The Zebra Volume Control component is included on most Zebra Android devices running KitKat and higher. It is enabled by default on all devices except those running Lollipop, on which it must be enabled manually. AudioVolUIMgr is supported only on devices that include the ZVC.


Mute/Vibrate State

Used to mute and unmute sounds on the device and enable the device to vibrate.

Parm Name: MuteVibrateState

Option Name Description Note Requires
0 Do not change This value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) causes no change to device settings; any previously selected setting is retained.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

1 Mute - Turn off audible sounds Enables the global Mute state on the device, silencing the output of all audio streams.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

2 Vibrate - Turn off audible sounds and turn on vibrate Enables the global Mute and Vibrate states on the device, silencing the output of all audio streams and enabling haptic feedback (vibrate).

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

3 UnMute - Turn on audible sounds Disables the global Mute and Vibrate states on the device to be disabled, enabling the output of all audio streams and disabling haptic feedback (vibrate).

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

Set the Active Profile

Used to set a previously created Audio Profile or the Factory Preset Audio Profile to be the current Audio Profile. It also can be used to force the volumes of all audio streams back to the Preset volumes specified for the current Audio Profile.

**Note: Since the configuration of the Factory Preset Audio Profile can be modified, resetting to the FactoryPreset profile (option 3) might not result in "Factory Defined" settings.

Parm Name: CurrentProfileAction

Option Name Description Note Requires
0 Do nothing This value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) causes no change to device settings; any previously selected setting is retained.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

1 Set an Audio UI Profile as the current Profile Causes a previously created Audio Profile to be made the new current Audio Profile.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

2 Adjust to the Preset volume level of the current Profile Causes the volume levels of all audio streams to be reset to the Preset volume levels configured for the current Audio Profile.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

3 Set the FactoryPreset Profile as the current Profile Causes the Factory Preset Audio Profile to be the current Audio Profile.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

Current Profile Name

Used to specify the name of an existing Audio Profile to be set as the new current Audio Profile. If the specified name does not match the name of a currently defined Audio Profile, an error will be returned in the Result XML document.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 1–255 characters

Shown if: The Current Active Profile Action is "Set an Audio UI Profile as the current Profile"

Parm Name: CurrentProfileName

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Set Audio Volume

Used to specify whether the current volume levels of all audio streams affected by the Audio Profile should be set to the Preset volume levels of that Audio Profile.

Shown if: The Current Active Profile Action is "Set an Audio UI Profile as the current Profile"

Parm Name: SetCurrentProfileOption

Option Name Description Note Requires
1 Do not adjust the volume level Causes the Preset volume levels specified for all audio streams in the new current Audio Profile to be ignored. If the current volume level of an audio stream is less than the minimum, it will be changed to the minimum and if the current volume level of an audio stream is greater than the minimum, then it will be changed to the maximum. Otherwise, the current volume level of an audio stream will be unchanged.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

2 Adjust the volume level Causes the Preset volume levels specified for all audio streams in the new Audio Profile to be made the current volume levels for those audio streams. This option ensures that a specific set of volumes will be in effect after setting a new current Audio Profile. This should be used with caution since it could have a noticeable impact on current or future audio output.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

Audio UI Profile Action

Used to create a new Audio Profile, modify the "FactoryPreset" Audio Profile or modify or delete an existing Audio Profile. If an Audio Profile with the specified name exists in the device, it will be replaced by the newly defined one. If an Audio Profile with the specified name does not exist in the device, an error will be returned in the Result XML document.

Note: The "Remove an Audio UI Profile" feature (option 2) works only on inactive Profiles.

Parm Name: UIProfileAction

Option Name Description Note Requires
0 Do nothing This value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) causes no change to device settings; any previously selected setting is retained.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

1 Add an Audio UI Profile Causes a new Audio Profile to be created, or an existing Audio Profile or the Factory Preset Audio Profile to be modified.

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

2 Remove an Audio UI Profile Deletes the named Audio Profile (must not be an active Profile).

OSX: 4.4+

MX: 4.4+

Audio UI Profile Name

Used to specify the name of the Audio Profile to Create, Modify or Delete. Speciied name must match exactly the name specified when setting the current Audio Profile using the CurrentProfileName parameter.

Note: This value cannot be "FactoryPreset" since this is a reserved name for the FactoryPreset Profile built into the device.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 1–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile" or "Remove an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: ProfileName

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Music Label

Used to set a customized label that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for music playback.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), no customized label is created for the Audio Stream and the default label is displayed.”

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_MUSIC_Label

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Music Icon

Used to set a customized icon that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for music playback. If specified, the value must be the full path and file name of an icon file in PNG format that resides in the device file system. An icon size of 48x48 pixels is recommended.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), or if the value provided does not reference an icon file, then no customized icon will be specified for the audio stream. This will cause ZVC to display the default icon defined for the audio stream.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: he Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_MUSIC_Icon

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Music Control Parameters

Controls whether the ZVC allows the user to view and modify the volume settings for the audio stream that is typically used for music playback. Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to this audio stream's visibility.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters
  • A value of "1" makes the stream visible; a "0" makes it invisible.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_MUSIC_Ctrl

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Music Speaker Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for music playback when the device is in speaker mode. Valid range for music playback stream is 0–15 (0=inaudible; 15=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the music volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for music playback to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–15.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_MUSIC_SPK_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Music Receiver Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for music playback when the device is in receiver mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–15 (0=inaudible; 15=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the music volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for music playback to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–15.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_MUSIC_RCVR_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Music Wired Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for music playback when the device is in wired headset mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–15 (0=inaudible; 15=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the music volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for music playback to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String containing the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–15.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_MUSIC_WHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Music Bluetooth Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for music playback when the device is in Bluetooth headset mode mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–15 (0=inaudible; 15=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the music volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for music playback to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–15.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_MUSIC_BTHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Incoming Call Label

Used to set a customized label that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), no customized label is created for the Audio Stream and the default label is displayed.”

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_RING_Label

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Incoming Call Icon

Used to set a customized icon that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification. If specified, the value must be the full path and file name of an icon file in PNG format that resides in the device file system. An icon size of 48x48 pixels is recommended.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), or if the value provided does not reference an icon file, then no customized icon will be specified for the audio stream. This will cause ZVC to display the default icon defined for the audio stream.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_RING_Icon

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Incoming Call Control Parameters

Controls whether the ZVC allows the device user to view and modify the volume settings for the audio stream that is typically used for the typically used for the incoming call notification. Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to this audio stream's visibility.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters
  • A value of "1" makes the stream visible; a "0" makes it invisible.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_RING_Ctrl

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Incoming Call Speaker Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification when the device is in speaker mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the ring tone volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_RING_SPK_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Incoming Call Receiver Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification when the device is in receiver mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the ring tone volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_RING_RCVR_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Incoming Call Wired Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification when the device is in wired headset mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the ring tone volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_RING_WHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Incoming Call Bluetooth Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification when the device is in Bluetooth headset mode mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the ring tone volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for the incoming call notification to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_RING_BTHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Notification Label

Used to set a customized label that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), no customized label is created for the Audio Stream and the default label is displayed.”

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_NOTIFICATION_Label

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Notification Icon

Used to set a customized icon that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications. If specified, the value must be the full path and file name of an icon file in PNG format that resides in the device file system. An icon size of 48x48 pixels is recommended.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), no customized label is created for the Audio Stream and the default label is displayed.”

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_NOTIFICATION_Icon

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Notification Control Parameters

Controls whether the ZVC allows the device user to view and modify the volume settings for the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications. Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to this audio stream's visibility.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters
  • A value of "1" makes the stream visible; a "0" makes it invisible.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_NOTIFICATION_Ctrl

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Notification Speaker Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications when the device is in speaker mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the notification volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_NOTIFICATION_SPK_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Notification Receiver Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications when the device is in receiver mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the notification volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_NOTIFICATION_RCVR_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Notification Wired Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications when the device is in wired headset mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the notification volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_NOTIFICATION_WHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Notification Bluetooth Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications when the device is in Bluetooth headset mode mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the notification volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for other notifications to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_NOTIFICATION_BTHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

System Sounds Label

Used to set a customized label that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), no customized label is created for the Audio Stream and the default label is displayed.”

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_SYSTEM_Label

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

System Sounds Icon

Used to set a customized icon that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds. If specified, the value must be the full path and file name of an icon file in PNG format that resides in the device file system. An icon size of 48x48 pixels is recommended.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), or if the value provided does not reference an icon file, then no customized icon will be specified for the audio stream. This will cause ZVC to display the default icon defined for the audio stream.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_SYSTEM_Icon

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

System Sounds Control Parameters

Controls whether the ZVC allows the device user to view and modify the volume settings for the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds. Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to this audio stream's visibility.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters
  • A value of "1" makes the stream visible; a "0" makes it invisible.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_SYSTEM_Ctrl

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

System Sounds Speaker Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds when the device is in speaker mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the system volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_SYSTEM_SPK_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

System Sounds Receiver Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds when the device is in receiver mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the system volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_SYSTEM_RCVR_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

System Sounds Wired Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds when the device is in wired headset mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the system volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_SYSTEM_WHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

System Sounds Bluetooth Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds when the device is in Bluetooth headset mode mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the system volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used by system sounds to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_SYSTEM_BTHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Alarm Label

Used to set a customized label that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for alarms.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), no customized label is created for the Audio Stream and the default label is displayed.”

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_ALARM_Label

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Alarm Icon

Used to set a customized icon that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for alarms. If specified, the value must be the full path and file name of an icon file in PNG format that resides in the device file system. An icon size of 48x48 pixels is recommended.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), or if the value provided does not reference an icon file, then no customized icon will be specified for the audio stream. This will cause ZVC to display the default icon defined for the audio stream.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_ALARM_Icon

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Alarm Control Parameters

Controls whether the ZVC allows the device user to view and modify the volume settings for the audio stream that is typically used for alarms. Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to this audio stream's visibility.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters
  • A value of "1" makes the stream visible; a "0" makes it invisible.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_ALARM_Ctrl

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Alarm Speaker Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for alarms when the device is in speaker mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the alarm volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for alarms to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_ALARM_SPK_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Alarm Wired Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for alarms when the device is in wired headset mode. The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the system volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for alarms to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_ALARM_WHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Alarm Receiver Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for alarms when the device is in receiver mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the alarm volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for alarms to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_ALARM_RCVR_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Bluetooth Alarm Volume

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for alarms when the device is in Bluetooth headset mode mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–7 (0=inaudible; 7=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the system volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for alarms to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–7.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_ALARM_BTHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Voice Call Label

Used to set a customized label that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), no customized label is created for the Audio Stream and the default label is displayed.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VOICECALL_Label

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Voice Call Icon

Used to set a customized icon that the ZVC will display to visually identify the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls. If specified, the value must be the full path and file name of an icon file in PNG format that resides in the device file system. An icon size of 48x48 pixels is recommended.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), or if the value provided does not reference an icon file, then no customized icon will be specified for the audio stream. This will cause ZVC to display the default icon defined for the audio stream.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VOICECALL_Icon

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Voice Call Control Parameters

Controls whether the ZVC allows the device user to view and modify the volume settings for the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls. Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to this audio stream's visibility.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters
  • A value of "1" makes the stream visible; a "0" makes it invisible.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VOICECALL_Ctrl

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Voice Call Speaker Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls when the device is in speaker mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–5 (0=inaudible; 5=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the voice call volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–5.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VOICECALL_SPK_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Voice Call Receiver Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls when the device is in receiver mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–5 (0=inaudible; 5=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the voice call volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–5.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VOICECALL_RCVR_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Voice Call Wired Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls when the device is in wired headset mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–5 (0=inaudible; 5=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the voice call volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–5.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VOICECALL_WHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Voice Call Bluetooth Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls when the device is in Bluetooth headset mode mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–5 (0=inaudible; 5=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the voice call volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the audio stream that is typically used for phone calls to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–5.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VOICECALL_BTHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Decode Beep Label

Used to set a customized label that ZVC displays to visually identify the decode beep virtual volume stream.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), no customized label is created for the Audio Stream and the default label is displayed.”

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VVS_Label

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Decode Beep Icon

Used to set a customized icon that the ZVC will display to visually identify the decode beep virtual volume stream. If specified, the value must be the full path and file name of an icon file in PNG format that resides in the device file system. An icon size of 48x48 pixels is recommended.

Note: If the value of this parm is empty (a length of 0), or if the value provided does not reference an icon file, then no customized icon will be specified for the audio stream. This will cause ZVC to display the default icon defined for the audio stream.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VVS_Icon

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Decode Beep Control Parameters

Controls whether the ZVC allows the device user to view and modify the volume settings for the decode beep virtual volume stream. Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to this audio stream's visibility.

Parm value input rules:

  • String from 0–255 characters
  • A value of "1" makes the stream visible to the device user; "0" makes it invisible.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VVS_Ctrl

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Decode Beep Speaker Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the decode beep virtual stream when the device is in speaker mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–10 (0=inaudible; 10=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the decode beep virtual volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the decode beep virtual stream to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–10.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VVS_SPK_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Decode Beep Receiver Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the decode beep virtual stream when the device is in receiver mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–10 (0=inaudible; 10=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the decode beep virtual volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the decode beep virtual stream to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–10.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VVS_RCVR_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Decode Beep Wired Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the decode beep virtual stream when the device is in wired headset mode. The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the decode beep virtual volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the decode beep virtual stream to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String containing comma-separated list of minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in that order. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • The volume levels must be positive integers that are less than the maximum value for this stream.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VVS_WHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Decode Beep Bluetooth Headset Levels

Used to set the minimum, maximum, and preset volume levels for the decode beep virtual stream when the device is in Bluetooth headset mode mode. Valid range for this stream is 0–10 (0=inaudible; 10=max). The user will not be able to lower or raise the volume outside of the minimum/maximum range that is set. If the decode beep virtual volume level was outside of this range at the time that this range is set, then the volume of this stream will be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range.

The preset volume level is a third volume level that must be greater than or equal to the minimum volume level and less than or equal to the maximum volume level. If the preset volume is outside of the minimum/maximum range, then this value will be be equal to the minimum or maximum level depending on whether it was below or above this volume range. This will be used by the SetCurrentProfileOption feature to adjust the volume of the decode beep virtual stream to this set level.

Specifying an empty (length of zero) value (or the absence of this parm from the XML) will cause no change to the volume levels.

Parm value input rules:

  • String that contains the minimum, maximum, and preset volumes in this order and separated by commas. For example, "1,5,3" sets a minimum of 1, a maximum of 5 and a preset of 3.
  • Positive integers from 0–10.
  • A setting of "256,256,256" is the equivalent of "0,[max],[median]" for the stream.

Shown if: The Audio UI Profile Action is "Add an Audio UI Profile"

Parm Name: STREAM_VVS_BTHS_LEVEL

Requires:

  • OSX: 4.4+
  • MX: 4.4+

Examples

Add a New Audio Profile


<wap-provisioningdoc>
    <characteristic type="AudioVolUIMgr" version="4.4" >
        <parm name="UIProfileAction" value="1"/>
        <characteristic type="UIProfile">
            <parm name="ProfileName" value="Test2"/>
            <characteristic type="UIProfile-streamconfig">
                <parm name="STREAM_MUSIC_Label" value="MUSIC"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_MUSIC_Icon" value="/internal/xmltest/in/Speaker.png"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_MUSIC_Ctrl" value="1"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_MUSIC_SPK_LEVEL" value="1,14,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_MUSIC_RCVR_LEVEL" value="2,13,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_MUSIC_WHS_LEVEL" value="3,12,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_MUSIC_BTHS_LEVEL" value="4,11,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_RING_Label" value="RING"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_RING_Icon" value="/internal/xmltest/in/Ring.png"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_RING_Ctrl" value="1"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_RING_SPK_LEVEL" value="1,14,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_RING_RCVR_LEVEL" value="2,13,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_RING_WHS_LEVEL" value="3,12,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_RING_BTHS_LEVEL" value="4,11,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_NOTIFICATION_Label" value="NOTIFY"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_NOTIFICATION_Icon" value="/internal/xmltest/in/Notify.png"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_NOTIFICATION_Ctrl" value="1"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_NOTIFICATION_SPK_LEVEL" value="1,14,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_NOTIFICATION_RCVR_LEVEL" value="2,13,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_NOTIFICATION_WHS_LEVEL" value="3,12,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_NOTIFICATION_BTHS_LEVEL" value="4,11,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_SYSTEM_Label" value="SYSTEM"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_SYSTEM_Icon" value="/internal/xmltest/in/System.png"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_SYSTEM_Ctrl" value="1"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_SYSTEM_SPK_LEVEL" value="1,14,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_SYSTEM_RCVR_LEVEL" value="2,13,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_SYSTEM_WHS_LEVEL" value="3,12,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_SYSTEM_BTHS_LEVEL" value="4,11,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_ALARM_Label" value="ALARM"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_ALARM_Icon" value="/internal/xmltest/in/ALARM.png"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_ALARM_Ctrl" value="1"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_ALARM_SPK_LEVEL" value="1,14,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_ALARM_RCVR_LEVEL" value="2,13,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_ALARM_WHS_LEVEL" value="3,12,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_ALARM_BTHS_LEVEL" value="4,11,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VOICECALL_Label" value="PHONE"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VOICECALL_Icon" value="/internal/xmltest/in/Phone.png"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VOICECALL_Ctrl" value="1"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VOICECALL_SPK_LEVEL" value="1,14,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VOICECALL_RCVR_LEVEL" value="2,13,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VOICECALL_WHS_LEVEL" value="3,12,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VOICECALL_BTHS_LEVEL" value="4,11,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VVS_Label" value="SCAN"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VVS_Icon" value="/internal/xmltest/in/ScanGun.png"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VVS_Ctrl" value="1"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VVS_SPK_LEVEL" value="1,14,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VVS_RCVR_LEVEL" value="2,13,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VVS_WHS_LEVEL" value="3,12,8"/>
                <parm name="STREAM_VVS_BTHS_LEVEL" value="4,11,8"/>
            </characteristic>
        </characteristic>
    </characteristic>
</wap-provisioningdoc>