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The number of rings before your answring message picks up the call is controlled by your cellphone service provider. call in to your voice mail and then follow the instructions about going to options and setting. There should be a setting in there for the amount of rings to wait before answering the phone.
Either choose a full mp3 song as your default ring-tone or Call the customer care of the Network Provider and they'll help you out with that,the max.duration for most service provider is 30secs. I suppose.
It sounds like it's not the fact that the ring tones are short, but that your device is set to go to voicemail in a short amount of time. Call your service provider and they can set the time to a max of 30 seconds before the call is sent to voicemail.
Remove the voicemail or extend ring time
don.t know is this code works world wide but you can try otherwise ask the provider to lengthen the ring time to 30 secs
then enter country code IE 61 for australia
* then vmail number IE 321 for optus
so your code should look something like this
then hit call.
remember the 61 and the 321 will vary on country and provider