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Try this: Settings>Sound & Display>Remove the check mark beside Roaming Tone. Sorry if this doesn't work. I Goggled "Samsung Cell Phones How do I get my phone to stop saying Verizon Wireless every time my phone rings". If not, go to Samsung.com and ask if there is a way to remove the phone company identification.
"Flashing" is the process of rewriting EEPROM (electronically erasable and programmable read-only memory). In this case, it means you can reconfigure your phone so as to stop paying Verizon for its use and start paying Cricket instead.
A ring tone can be set for specific contacts on a BlackBerry smartphone that has 32MB or more of flash memory.
To set a ring tone, follow the steps below:
1) Click the Address Book icon on the Home screen 2) Select the contact that a custom ring tone is being added for.
3) Press the Menu key and click Edit.
4) Press the Menu key again and click Add Custom Phone Tune.
5) Select the ring tone from the list of available ring tones.
6) Press the Menu key and click Save.
Your voicemail thinks that it is ringing six times. The time that it takes to transfer to the extensions counts. Whiloe it seems that there is a lapse the system actually is using enough time to ring six times total. If you need longer ring time at the extension, take in account the transfer time and set it to pick up after 8 or 9 rings. It will actually only ring six. You just have to trick the system a little.
Beginning with the start menu, go to settings, then sounds & notifications. From the drop down list, go to outgoing message and click the "play sound" box (to empty). That should stop the ringing and vibration.
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You have to make sure that your phone did not get wet. This can happen even if you do not let it get in water. If you take your phone in the bathroom when you get a shower, the condensation from the steam can get inside your phone. The best bet is to take it into a verizon store. I had to to do it once.
"Ringback" generally refers to the music people hear when they call your phone. You have to set that up thru Verizon (or other carrier).
If you're talking about ring tones (what YOU hear when the phone rings) that's easy. Look for a folder called "Rings" inside the Windows folder on your phone. If you put an audio file (wav, mp3, etc) in that folder, it will become available as a ring tone.