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The BlackBerry gives few profiles to choose from; e.g. Normal, Loud, Quiet, Vibrate.... my recommendation would be to configure each profile separately and just enable/disable the profile you like when you enter/exit your car...
The phone itself is not capable to switching the profile on its own once it is plugged in to your car charger...
Click on Profiles-select advanced-Select the type of profile-Select the type to be activated out of the Holster-(None-tone-vibrate-vibrate+tone)select the ring tone-Select volume adjust according to your wish(Low,Medium,High or Escalating) Do the same if the deice is in the Holster and save.After saving do hard reboot.
Now, on your iPhone you want to tap on the "Settings" icon. Hopefully you've been here before! What you need to tap on here that's a bit counterintuitive is "Sounds" even though we're talking about a vibration, not an audible feature.
As you can see, there are "Vibrate" settings for both Silent and Ring mode, along with the many different ringtones that are included with the iPhone itself.
There's no "Save" needed: tap on the ON|OFF switch to set it as you'd desire, then simply leave the screen and go somewhere else. hope that help...
had the same problem with my moto q9c. if you are using mp3 songs as ringtone it will play the whole song. You can use a app called mp3 trimmer that will let u cut it down to the size you want to have it play should help out .
Best way I have found is to use explorer and browse into your mobile device and search for a folder called "volatile". I copied every wierd looking folder that started with XME or such. There were like 999 of them on my phone. Once they were removed, everything went back to normal!
1. Go to 'setup'. SELECT IT.
2. It has the first option as 'Ringer Alert Style'. SELECT THAT.
3. You will find type of alert styles like: Ring Loud / Ring Soft / Vibe and Rig Loud etc.
4. Select the ringer type you use (You will not get any ringtones on silent or vibrate mode).
5. Select Edit. You will now find options of ringtones.
Hope this solves your problem.
Well firstly,..make sure you have downloaded some songs via Bluetooth to the Sd card.
Then select setup.
then go to Ringer alert Style.
Then click edit.
then ringtone line 1,..click on the lil blue/white file folder.
A screen should come up saying select ring tone,..scroll down to more,..and click more
click my audio
click my audio again, scroll down to trans flash,..which is where any bluetooth downloaded ringtones, songs, go too.
select what you want from your downloads, click insert
then click save.
You can also do that for mesages
Hope it helps