Question about T-Mobile Wing™ Smartphone
The volume is on and the sound works since I can still play music and it makes a sound when I receive a text, but when someone calls me it doesn't ring.
I had the same problem. I deleted my internet explorer temp files, turned the phone off/on, and my phone rang again! Basically, just watch your device memory and keep it as clean as possible. Really bad bug, needs a patch already!
Posted on Apr 16, 2009
My girlfriends did the same thing twice. It's as if one speaker just stops workign so you can't hear it ring but the other one works so you can still hear people talk. And mine goes silent but works if I change the sound and then set it back again. My girl is on her 4th phone. I am still on my first one and she bought hers after mine.
Posted on Sep 17, 2008
Hell yea i had the same exact problem the sound didnt work...like i could make calls and hear what people were saying but it didnt ring . The phone was only a few months old and i had to get it replaced
Posted on Aug 14, 2008
I have a brand new Wing and it does the same thing. Nothing is loaded on it yet. I only have contacts from Outlook synced up with it, that is it.
I hate this phone!
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
Thank you, but even though it's a valid way of finding out (by process of elimination) what it is that's causing it to quit working I don't really have that much patients or time on my hand to be playing with it. There has to be some sort of a way of running a software/hardware diagnostics on the device. It's sort of like the "burn-in" you'd do on a computer before sending it off to a customer. This, I envision, would run for a day if necessary and on a clean device (using the method you described) to see if the manufacturer is at fault. When I say "manufacturer" I mean either T-Mobile, HTC or Microsoft or any other component level manufacturer for that matter. I guess it's just a wishful thinking, but maybe that day will come when someone will figure out a way to put these mobile devices through the same paces that computers are subjected to and find what's wrong with them before they are being sold. I see too many forums where people say the sound quits working and I don't think all of us are running the same 3rd party software that does this to us. And it's not just my HTC manufactured phone model, there are others. The only common theme among them is the presence of Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0 professional. I'll leave it at that. Thanks for your suggestion.
Posted on Jan 02, 2008
It is definately not speaker related.......i would do a master reset....delete those 3rd party apps....they are likely causeing the problem....to do this, go to start, settings, system, clear storage.....good luck! :)
Posted on Jan 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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