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My Samsung Alias has recently stopped playing 'My music' and the sound in 'My vidoes' but it will play ringtones. Also Whenever I try to call someone or someone calls me my phone says it is connected with the person, but there is no sound. I temporarily fixed the problem a week ago by going to Sound Settings and turning the 'Call Vibrate' to off. But now it goes back to just playing ringtones and nothing else.

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