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Check your phone's setting if it's on maximum volume. Actually you can change your ringtone or edit it with an audio editor, increasing the natural volume. Some ringrones are recorded at a very low volume.
You can use AUDACITY for Windows audio editor on your computer
Dear Sir .
Currently your mobile ringing tone is set at low ringing volume level.Thats why you are facing this problem.To increase your ring tone sound follow these step :
Select Menu > Settings > Tone settings and from the available
Select Ringing volume . Set Ringing volume to level 2 or above, your phone rings with the volume ascending from level 1 to the level for incoming calls.
I hope this will works for you.
Before turning your phone off each time, reduce your phone's volume to 'Silent'. Each time you turn your phone on, the tone will not sound. Once you turn your phone on again, raise the volume again to hear the ring tone. You can also leave the volume in the 'Vibrate' mode, and it will vibrate each time you turn it off or on.
dear smoothy, there is an option in your voice settings which says 'keypad volume'. You have to set it to minimum or zero. After that you will not hear your keypad beeps, and it will not effect your caller tone because it is altogether different option and has nothing mutual.