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Mute I can't find anything on the phone or in the manual re: putting it on silent mode. I hit the mute button and nothing happens.

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I believe to put it on silent u dont gotta press the mute button, that mutes ur microfone so that people wont hear you, on top of ur phone there should be an slider button that u move to put it on vibrator, hopefully this fixes ur problem

Posted on Feb 09, 2008

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