My phone want ring with incoming calls about 1/2 the time. I have full bars and it's set to LOUD ring.
Normally this happens after the phone hasn't been in use for a while or after I've been access apps or my pictures. I can normally get it to work after I go thru all of the settings and ok everything. I'm not even sure what I'm okaying that makes it work but that seems to do the trick. Then it works for a while until I go back in access apps or pics or some other application.
Do you think the phone is getting confused as to what its supposed to be doing (ie phone, camera, or mp3 player)???? I didn't purchase the memory card or the audio pkg. Do you think that has something to do with it ???
Re: Problem ringing after viewing pics or access apps
Have you installed any other applications on you phone which might be using up the memory when u get a incoming call. Check the memory status when this happens in the phone main menu. Top left main screen>botton left menu>memory status. If this is the issue that get a memory card transfer all your songs to the sd card, if you like listening to the music use the S9 BT headset, it has a good performance dleivers gr8 sound. Cheers
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You need administrative rights to get into the PBX. Once in there, you can assign which phones receive incoming calls. It has been years since I worked on the meridian system, so I can't tell you the way to do it, but it is in the manual. It's not complicated. You can also set it up for DAY/NIGHT mode so that in the evening, if required, all phones could ring on incoming calls so that anyone in the building can answer them.
The system should be configured so that the desired lines, whether CO or extensions, are set to "Appear and Ring" on each set.
Config... Terminals&sets... Show Set... (enter #)... Find...Line Access... Line Assignments... Show Line (enter #)... set to "Appear and Ring" on each set that needs to ring.
You can also have a line "Ring Only" without an appearance (dedicated button), in which case it will show as an intercom call.
Settings In this menu, you can adjust various phone settings. To reset some menu settings to their default values, select Restore factory set. Tone settings Select Menu > Settings > Tone settings and from the available options: Ringing tone-To set the tone for incoming calls Ringing volume-To set the volume level for the ringing and message alert tones. If you set Ringing volume to be level 2 or above, your phone rings with the ringing volume ascending from level 1 to the level you have set when there is an incoming call. Vibrating alert-To set the phone to vibrate when you receive a call or a text message Message alert tone-To set the tone to sound when you receive a text message Warning tones-To set the phone to sound tones, for example, when the battery is running out of power
The phone has to be a member of an ICD group and have the ring set to immediate. Since this is a SYSTEM program, I don't think you can change it without the assistance of a programmer.
If you somehow have access, it's changed in programs 620-622. You need to know which group is assigned, usually group 1 put you can find that in 622. Members are set in 620 and the ring delays are in 621.
You can set the length of your incoming ring to in the Call forwarding portion of the phone. Usually, it is set to 25 seconds. It can go as high as 30 seconds. To set the ringer to be longer or shorter, it goes by 5,10,15,... set of 5 increments. up to 30. I would also recommend to use a factory set ringtone, set the profile to LOUD or OUTDOORS. With vibrate option on. Some downloaded ringtones don't play as loud.
check the settings in your phone book. this happened to my phone and all of the personal ring tones were set to vibrate. I don't know how this happened. I went into each contact and changed the ring tone to none and I am back in business
ave you set it from inside the profiles for incoming calls. have you turned up the volume from the side of them phone when making or recieveing calls. set your pofile with all the loud tones and then it should work again.
There are several things to ask yourself.
1. Do you have the manual?
2. Is there any software programming which relates to set ring?
3. Is there a manual switch for ring on/ring off?
4. Will another phone ring when plugged into the same jack?
IF NOT, the red and green wire may be reversed at the jack.
5. Lastly, has this cordless handset ever rang?
Most cordless sets have a volume control from off to loud. I hope this will help you solve your problem.