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Can't hear the Ring

I can't hear the incoming call ringing. The display does flash. Check all the settings. NO problem with listening to the call or with my voice being heard by the receiving caller.

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  • Dicky Desai Jul 26, 2007

    Thanks for the tips, but it did not help. I have two phone with same model. I checked all the setting to match. This phone my speaker phone also does not work. I guess it shares the same speaker as Ringer... Any other options.

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Hello, Push the center button(in the middle of the four directional arrows). Scroll over to the screwdriver/wrench icon and select it. Scroll down to the "Audio" line and select it. Scroll down to "Loud Detail" and select it. Set "Ring Volume" to a higher number(I use 7). Have someone call you and you should be set. If this doesn't work, with the phone open, look at the two buttons on the left side of the phone, push the top button until you have your desired ring volume. Good luck!

Posted on Jul 26, 2007

  • Mike  Hammer
    Mike Hammer Jul 27, 2007

    Sounds as if you have a defective speaker. Scroll through your ringtones and try to get these to work. If the ringtones will not play you have a defective speaker as the tones will play regardless of volume setting.

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