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Message alert spins and changes to an arrow?? cannot receive tx but can send,phone switching off

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Arrow symbol represents outgoing message, get it checked by the nokia care service centre

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How to change message tone on Samsung gt s 3653


Dear,

The msg alert tone depends on the current sound profile of your phone (like normal, silent, driving etc).
1. Go to main menu -> settings -> phone profiles. You should find all the profiles available in the phone. For example, we will change the msg alert tone for 'normal'.
2. Tap on the box with the double arrow (>>) symbol next to normal. You should enter a screen saying call alert type, voice call ringtone etc.
3. There is a drop down menu at the top right side of the screen. Tap that and select 'new messages'.
4. 'message alert type' should be melody or vibration & melody, depending on your preference.
5. now select 'message alert tone'. The phone has a number of tones already stored. Select one of these.
6. Or select 'sounds' at bottom right and browse to any file you want to set as message alert tone instead..
7. Save and exit !!

----pls rate if you find it useful-----

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The msg alert tone depends on the current sound profile of your phone (like normal, silent, driving etc).
1. Go to main menu -> settings -> phone profiles. You should find all the profiles available in the phone. For example, we will change the msg alert tone for 'normal'.
2. Tap on the box with the double arrow (>>) symbol next to normal. You should enter a screen saying call alert type, voice call ringtone etc.
3. There is a drop down menu at the top right side of the screen. Tap that and select 'new messages'.
4. 'message alert type' should be melody or vibration & melody, depending on your preference.
5. now select 'message alert tone'. The phone has a number of tones already stored. Select one of these.
6. Or select 'sounds' at bottom right and browse to any file you want to set as message alert tone instead..
7. Save and exit !!

----pls rate if you find it useful-----

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How to change Message Alert tone


The msg alert tone depends on the current sound profile of your phone (like normal, silent, driving etc).
1. Go to main menu -> settings -> phone profiles. You should find all the profiles available in the phone. For example, we will change the msg alert tone for 'normal'.
2. Tap on the box with the double arrow (>>) symbol next to normal. You should enter a screen saying call alert type, voice call ringtone etc.
3. There is a drop down menu at the top right side of the screen. Tap that and select 'new messages'.
4. 'message alert type' should be melody or vibration & melody, depending on your preference.
5. now select 'message alert tone'. The phone has a number of tones already stored. Select one of these.
6. Or select 'sounds' at bottom right and browse to any file you want to set as message alert tone instead..
7. Save and exit !!

----pls rate if you find it useful-----

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To set the receive speed
Change RX Start Speed Setting The message [START AGAIN] will appear if phone line conditions are less than perfect. Decrease the transmission (RX or send) speed if this message appears frequently on the LCD.
  1. On the operator panel, press <Menu>.

  2. Press the left '<' or right '>' arrow repeatedly until [USER DATA] appears.

  3. Press [Set].

  4. Press the right arrow repeatedly until [FAX SETTINGS] appears.

  5. Press [Set].

  6. Press the right arrow repeatedly until [RX SETTINGS] appears.

  7. Press [Set].

  8. Press the right arrow repeatedly until [RX START SPEED] appears.

  9. Press [Set].

    1. The factory default RX (send) Speed is 33600 bps.
    2. You can select from the following RX Speeds:
      14400 bps
      9600 bps
      7200 bps
      4800 bps
      2400 bps

  10. Press the right arrow to display the applicable RX Speed.

  11. Press <Set>.

  12. Press <Stop> to return to standby mode.
To Set the Send Speed

Change TX Start Speed Setting The message [START AGAIN] will appear if phone line conditions are less than perfect. Decrease the transmission (TX or send) speed if this message appears frequently on the LCD.
  1. On the operator panel, press <Menu>.

  2. Press the left '<' or right '>' arrow repeatedly until [USER DATA] appears.

  3. Press [Set].

  4. Press the right arrow repeatedly until [FAX SETTINGS] appears.

  5. Press [Set].

  6. Press the right arrow repeatedly until [TX SETTINGS] appears.

  7. Press [Set].

  8. Press the right arrow repeatedly until [TX START SPEED] appears.

  9. Press [Set].

    1. The factory default TX (send) Speed is 33600 bps.
    2. You can select from the following TX Speeds:
      14400 bps
      9600 bps
      7200 bps
      4800 bps
      2400 bps

  10. Press the right arrow to display the applicable TX Speed.
You can download a copy of the user manual for the F80 at
http://www.usa.canon.com/consumer/controller?act=ModelInfoAct&tabact=DownloadDetailTabAct&fcategoryid=334&modelid=7175

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  2. Press <Stop> to return to standby mode.

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I can see where this feature can seem somewhat inconsistent. But if you think of it like a phone ringing, it is easier to understand. Once you have answered the phone, the phone stops ringing. And the person who called you never experiences a ring on their end.

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• To turn vibrating alerts on, press menu until the vibrating radio symbol is displayed, then press the plus (+) button to display the letter Y for Yes.
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