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I want to change the length of time my samsung g600 phone rings before it goes to answer - how can i do this?

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Hello,

this is impossible. The length of ringing depends on the network that is calling your line. Some network rings long while other don't ring long.

Take care

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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