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All My Ringtones have disappered from my phone

I don't know how it happened or why, but I have somehow lost all of the ringtones that came on my phone. There is only one option left on my ringtones list and that is Vibrate. This does me know good if I can't hear the phone ring when it's not on my person. How can I fix this...?

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Re: All My Ringtones have disappered from my phone

Press the volume up button on your phone. It is set to vibrate. You must turn up the ringers.

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