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When making a call there is no ring tone and then once connected no answer or sound/tone.

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Sounds like your speaker is off or damaged,
connect a headset does it work.
the headset jack may be damaged and stuff off too.

Posted on Mar 04, 2008

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My phone will not ring out loud and vibrate at the same time.


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1. Use the trackball to go to the sound icon in the upper left corner of the main screen and click on it, then toward the bottom of the list that appears, select Set Ring Tones/Alerts, then select Phone.

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To mute the ringing tone instead of answering a active call,select Silence.
or u can try the following

To set a mute ringing tone for a profile, select Options >
Personalise > Ringing tone. Select a ringing tone
from the list, or select Download sounds to open a
bookmark folder containing a list of bookmarks for
downloading tones using the browser. Any
downloaded tones are saved to Gallery.
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1. to set mp3 ring tones...

copy any mp3 file to phone ( via cable or bluetooth )
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when song is playing, select options, and select = set as ring tone

DONE and smile......

2. to set Default sound ring tones...

go to menu = my stuff = sounds =
browse the sound files when you like one , select options, and set as ring tone.....

Done and smile again... hope this helped...

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HI Qrasengan,
1) Open the menu, and go to profiles.
2) Enter the general option, and click on personalise.
3) after that, several option appears.
4) some of them are ringing tone, ringing type, ringing volume, message alert tone, vibrating alert, etc.
5) Go to message alert tone and change the tone u want to listen when message is received.
NOte :Only wav or midi formats are accepted as ringing tone. MP3s are not accepted as ringing tones in NOKIA 6600. U need to install a software "mp3 as ringing tone" or "mp2wmaogg.codec" to make mp3 as ringing tone.
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If u want that software, send me feedback or reply.
And I will deliver u as email in ur email id.
Sajan(sajwhat_2003@yahoo.com)

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