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Managing tracks in play view You can manage your tracks in many ways when playing them. You can, for example, delete a track, send a track, set a track as your ringtone or add a track to a playlist. The following icons may appear in the touchbar when a track is playing: Exit the play view and go back to the previous level Go to the music library Adjust the volume View more commands Delete the current track Send the current track Set the current track as your ringtone Add the current track to a playlist View track information Minimise the music player To delete a track 1 When the music player is open, tap > . 2 Select an option. To send a track 1 When the music player is open, tap > . 2 Select a sending method. To set
also can be done in personal settings:
Personal settings You can personalise your phone by changing the standby screen, profile or themes. Profiles You can change settings such as the ring volume and vibrating alert to suit different locations. You can create new profiles or change preset profiles. To change the profile 1 Select Menu > Settings > Personal > Profiles. 2 Tap a profile and select Activate. 3 Select Back. You can also press and then select a profile. To edit a profile 1 Select Menu > Settings > Personal > Profiles. 2 Tap a profile and select Personalise. 3 Change the settings and select Back. To create a new profile 1 Select Menu > Settings > Personal > Profiles. 2 Select Options > Create new. 3 Enter the settings and select Back.
Ok, Might seem like a daft question but is it on silent?
I'm guessing you chekced this already but it's easy to miss.
The first thing to check is whether it will make any sound at all - this is a good guide as to whether the speaker is broke or just settings are wrong. Being a Walkman phone you might have some tunes on it so see if they play. Do this through the walkman/media player feature as apposed to the ringtone area.
If they play then you know it's still working and some settings need changing. If not your speaker might be broken.
If the speaker works then you need to check the ringer volume. this can be done from MENU/SETTINGS/SOUNDS&ALERTS/RING VOLUME - this then needs to be set using left and right to go up and down.
After this is set test call the handset to see. If still no luck change the ringtone to another tone - something built into the handset preferably - might be a faulty tune. If still no luck check the the number calling the handset has not got any sound preferences - i.e. no tune when call received. If still no luck it might be broke...
OK mabey your ring volume is all the way down. Go to settings then to the musical note titled sounds and alerts and ring volume is the very first thing you'll see. If it's on 0 that means your ring volume is on vibrate. Hope I helped!