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Can I turn down the ringer or change the amount of rings on my phone?

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I'm not sure about changing the amount of rings, but you can turn down the ringer.

1. Press the "menu" key, just below the "off" key.
2. Press the down arrow until you reach "Ringer setting," and then select this by pressing the key just below the screen on the right side (directly above "off" key) .
3. "Ringer volume" appears on the screen - select this the same way as you selected "Ringer setting."
4. Use the arrow keys to change the volume, and then press "Save" by pressing the same key you used to select.

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