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When I charge my phone over night, I don't get any phone calls or texts until I take the phone off the charger. So if someone tries to call or text me while I'm still sleep, my phone won't ring or virbrate. I took it off the charger this morning and suddenly had 5 texts and 4 voicemails. My notification light doesn't even come on to let me know I have voicemails or texts until I take it off the charger.

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The phone is programmed (maybe by accident or fault) to think your connector are the headphones, normally the phone would ring out loud as I am sure you know, but like on the Smasung GT-S3G50 when the headphones are in the vibration/ message tone is heard via the headphones, if this dosen't work I suggest you speak to a proffesional or the shop you bought it from.

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