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I will try to help you with your problem even though you have not identified your make and model phone and you are in the wrong category. I will try to help you by telling you what I would do with my phone to change this setting. The procedure for changing your phone is probably different ... but perhaps you will get some insight from my remarks.
This is for calls and messages - My phone is a **** style LG. On the left side there are two buttons. I press the bottom one to get a menu list. Next I press the Right Soft Key called 'settings'. Next I select item number 6 called "call alert" I press OK. My three options are ( ) ring only or ( ) Caller ID and Ring ( ) Name Repeat.
I use (>) caller ID + ring and I hear the number or the name of the caller if in my phone book then the ring I have selected for that caller or texter.
Specific for messages ... I select Settings & Tools then I select Sound Settings then I select Alert Sounds then I select Test Messages and then I make my setting.
I hope this assists you with your settings even though I feel you probably dont have the same phone as I.
The caller id information is sent from your local telco provider after the first ring and might not be able to be extended to the individual sets, try backing off the ring to answer on your voice mail from 2 to 3 rings to see if the information is then passed on. The Voice Messaging System message is being sent from the system showing who transfered the call to you. You should also notice that the ring pattern when that message is displayed is a standard ring followed by a beep meaning a transfer is taking place.
Under your settings...go to Audio and Ringtones. From there all your audio should be on the screen. Click on the song you want, select options, and then set as Ringtone ID. Select the person you want the ring for and your set. Good luck.
i) go in the option Phone Book---> Add a New Entry----> To Phone(Not in To Sim)----> you will get all option such as name, office no, personal no, caller picture, caller video..
you will get these option only when you store the number or new entry in the phone memory rather than sim memory
ii) type the number you want store and click the option save and now save in the phone memory rather than the sim memory, you will all option such as name, office no, personal no, caller picture, caller video..
go to memory card or any other place where you ring tone files or song files are present try to highlight it(dont click it) and at the bottom you will 'option' click on it you will get a list of option in that you will have 'set at ring tone' clik on it and you'll be able to set your own ring tone....
dear smoothy, there is an option in your voice settings which says 'keypad volume'. You have to set it to minimum or zero. After that you will not hear your keypad beeps, and it will not effect your caller tone because it is altogether different option and has nothing mutual.