Question about RIM BlackBerry 7130c Cell Phone
When I pair my phone with the bluetooth in my car, there's no problem. However, if anyone calls me, the ring tone is piercing. I put the blackberry on quiet when I'm in the car, and it doesn't work. I thought it was a problem with the car, and the repair folks said it was the blackberry.
Help! My ears hurt.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is not a B/B fault, unfortunatley the person who recorded the ringtone has recorded it at a low level, import into a wave/mp3 studio program and alter the recorded levels.
That is if you have tried the following:
Select Speaker Icon on the front screen of your 8100 (top right) press pearl in, scroll down to advanced, select the current profile (this is defaulted to Normal). Scroll to Phone and press pearl in.
Change Volume to High, if it's already on high, try the option above.
Posted on May 27, 2009
First, setup a custom Sound Profile with your own setting, name it anything you want, such as: "Mine!" Make the profile active and test it by calling yourself from a landline. All of the *very* simple instructions for setting up a custom "Sound Profile" are on support.blackberry.com - just search for model 9630 User Guide. - Very simple, only takes a few minutes to step-through the instructions. P.S. WHILE the Power is on.........Take the battery out for a few seconds and put it back in. This performs a Soft-Reset on the phone and does not delete or erase anything.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
This problem has been solved by turning on the blue ant system then holding down the vol - and vol + buttons simultaneously for 5 secs.
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
I had the same problem. My ring was getting lower everyday. I've done my fair share of dropping the phone.
So, I read that other people were having the issue.
One genius, told us to take off the back plate, and just where the camera is, there is a greyish plastic plate riveted down with plastic knobs. You press on either side quite hard. If you can do this while the phone is ringing, you will hear the volume jump up and down. When it sounds just right, leave it alone, put back on the plate.
If it happens again, repeat.
You may need to buy the speaker plate after a while. It's only 10 bucks on cnn.cn
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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