Alarm and ringtones only occassionally go off - LG TU500 (CU500)
Over the last 3 months my TU500 (CU500) alarm has started only going off in the morninng about 20% of the time. Also when people ring me the phone does not always ring.
The phone is just over a year old and have had nop other problems with it. it has not been dropped or anything. Is there a reset or something that I can do to resolve the issue
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From main menu, go to: my schedule, then choose: alarm clock then choose: alarm 1 - turn on, then set time by adjusting the alarm time, select how often you want the alarm to go off choose the alarm ringtone, set them all and save.
Yeah, I had that problem too. I thought my phone was broken. -_- My old phone from Verizon is like 4 years old and I JUST got my enV3. On my old phone, I'd have to set the alarm's ringtone to "no ring." But, on my enV3, "no ring" literally means NO ring, no vibration, no notification, no nothing. On the enV3, in order to set your alarm clock to vibration mode, all you have to do is make sure you "master volume" is in vibration mode, but you have to set your alarm's ringtone to something other than "no ring."
actually there is, use a program called Goldwave. open the song u want, trim it to 20-30secs, and save it as an Mp3, 44100hz 48Kpbs mono, then save it to the memory card. using the phone, goto the memory card, select the song you just edited. and set as ringtone. Done.
and yes this does work as i've currently got Sum 41 - With Me as my ringtone
use a program called bitpim and get the usb driver for the "tu500" its the same phone but its just an Australian region phone item name and then you can change the internal sounds on the phone like message tones and all that and get rid of the annoying confirmation sound. if you need more help with this try googling "LG cu500 forums" you should get an lg forum website with ppl that have that problem and they list the steps there cuz that how i did mean how that helps