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U700 SAMSUNG PHONE

THE VOLUME WAS VERY POOR EVEN WHEN TURNED UP TO MAXIMUM. I WENT ONTO A FORUM AND FOUND A 'SOLUTION'. DIALLED IN VARIOUS NUMBERS AND FOLLOWED INSTRUCTIONS. NOW PHONE HAS NO SOUND AT ALL

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  • Jackie007 Apr 02, 2008

    As it goes, my children often play with my phone. Not sure if they might have changed settings, but my phone doesn't ring at all. The incoming call shows on the screen but it doesn't ring. I've set the ringtone to maximum volume, activated the loud profile etc, this doesn't fix the problem. What now?

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