Question about LG A340 - Gray at&t Cellular Phone
The volume is set at 7, vibrate on, but when a call comes in, the phone does not ring.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the problem is the speaker. you must clean or replace the speaker.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
Testimonial: "yes this was helpful. but can someone tell me how to go about cleaning the speaker?"
Okay, here's your answer:
1. Open up your menu and go to "Settings"
2. Select "Sound"
3. Select "Alert Type"
4. And finally select ring and vibrate
Posted on Mar 17, 2009
You probably have silent mode on. Try pressing and holding the pound or the star key. One of those will probably release silent mode, so that whatever ring setting you have can be used.
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
I have the same issue. I know this is a roundabout solution, but I love the phone in all other ways, so I handled it like this:
I make my own ringtones with audio editing software anyway, so I just made versions of my original ringtones that were "volume-cut" by 6dB or 12 dB. Then to get these .mp3 files installed as ringtones, first I save them to the "my_sounds" directory on the micro-SD card (either via USB cable and "USB Mass Storage" mode, or by taking the card out and plugging it into my PC with an SD card adapter,)
This puts them in as "sounds" but not yet ringtones. Then, on the phone itself, I send a multimedia message of each sound to myself (i.e. to this same phone, "from me to me") Once each message is received, you will get an option to "Save as Ringtone", and once you do that, the sounds become available as ringtones.
I just use ALL of my own "volume-cut" ringtones for the different ring sounds in my phone, and it makes it quieter. Note that if you then use any "standard" ringtones, they will seem particularly loud by comparison.
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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