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My headset does not ring to let me know i have a call. The only way I can tell I have an incoming call is if my phone rings or i feel it vibrating. I have to have it on my person in order feel it vibrating otherwise I'd never know I had a call. Ive looked at my settings on my phone to see if there is an option to have a ring tone for my headset and I cannot find one. I have a Motorola Razor. If anyone has any solutions or have had this experience, let me know of any ideas

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Re: My headset does not ring to let me know i have a...

Ok,i have the same problem and it was i was using a ringtone i downloaded, try with the ringtones in your phone,..the original ones and see what happens, in my case i got a medium two beep tone in the headset as the phone rang

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