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How to deactivate silent mode in samsung e250

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Dude just press & hold the # button

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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My ring tone on my Samsung SGH-E250 is on "silent" and I can't get it back. How do I unlock it


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OK, usually the Silent function deactivate when you press and hold the # key.

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to to profile menu and select other profile mode and set ur ringtones and ring volume etc

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Press and hold the # button until it tells you its on normal mode. If this still doesnt work go into settings, profile settings, then i think it will be general and change the ring/message tone as it must be on off..if that makes sense. hope i helped.

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