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1) With the phone in standby mode, press the menu/clock key three times. You hear “Ring time” and the current ring time ([2 ], [ 4], [6 ], [T ] Toll saver), and it is displayed on the main base. Then you hear the guidance for setting the ring time.
2) Press the volume/select/ or up or down arrow key until the desired ring time appears.
3) Press the set key to select the new ring time. You hear a confirmation tone, then the announcement “Ring time” followed by the new ring time. After a few seconds, the system announces “To set record time, press menu again.”
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Try to see if you have a connection to a bluetooth, also make sure you arent connected to any other device, especially if you used a cord to retrive photos or d/l ringtones Allows you to set the Bluetooth® power On/Off. 1. Open the flip, then press [MENU] bluetooth menu options, turn on or off 2 try menu settings and tools, call settings,pc connections, usb, no connection
You may need to change your Ring Volume. Here are some instructions on how to do so. To Change your Ring Type: 1. Press the Feature button, then * 6 2. Press the number keys 1 – 4 to hear the different ring types 3. Press the OK softkey when you hear your desired ring To Change the Ring Volume: 1. Press the Feature button, then * 80 2. Press the volume key up or down 3. Press the release key1 to exit and save the volume level
Hi Lauri, when the incoming caller rings your number the ringing sound you hear is from the intercom ( Call 1 ) button on the phones programmed to ring. If you only want a few phones to ring, like the Station Group programmed in MMC 601 it will require accessing several different MMC's and you can really mess up your ringing assignments and not get any calls at all. I know you do not want to hear this but do you have a Vendor that takes care of your system? This is a problem/request that an experienced Sansumg Tech should tackle. Let me know your city and I can find you a local Tech. .....Mike
When 2-nd call is ringing (you can hear ringing in the hand set while talking) word "Recall" appears in display. Press the button below the word "Recall" (top left side, dark grey button) and then press number "2". You will get connected with second caller while the first is put on hold. When finished with second caller, press again word "Recall" and then number "1" and you get connected back to first caller.
Use an identa call box. You set the distinctive ring pattern (1-2-3) and the box will route the call through depending on what number it is. I have two numbers on one line. I have a tee adapter on the phone plug with two phone cables coming out. Each phone cable one plugs into a small distinctive ring box. I set one box switch to 1, and the second box to 2. If the first phone# rings box 1 allows the signal through to the phone. If the fax line rings the phone won't ring, but the second box will pass connection to fax and vise versa.
I brought mine from Bell Canada phone store. It is called a identa-call box, or distinctive ring switch. Best way to go !