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My blackberry bold stop ringing now it doesn sound at all.... no music, no sound notifications, it was ok and all the sudden it stop ringing.....

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  • paulareyessm Jul 21, 2009

    nop it did not work

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Hi,

Go to the profile that you are using and set the ringtone and sound volume here.It should work.

Also, make sure to upgrade the BB to the latest firmware available.

I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue.

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Posted on Jul 21, 2009

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    Anand Gupta Jul 28, 2009

    Has the issue resolved? If not, then please let me know so that we can work for a solution!



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Just press and hold the # key untill you see silent mode disabled on the screen.

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