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Iphone: If you set the iPhone to vibrate in silent mode, it still makes an audible buzzing sound that may bother or disrupt others. If you need your iPhone to stay completely quiet, temporarily disable vibration. You can turn off vibration when silent mode is on, off or both. Tap the button next to "Vibrate on Ring."
Blackberry: Turning vibration on my mobile phone on or off
Find "Notifications" Slide your finger down the display starting from the top edge of your mobile phone. ...
Turn vibration on or off. Tap the indicator next to Vibrate to turn the function on or off.
Strange. I would try resetting your iPhone. Hold down the home and power buttons until it powers off. It should start up automatically but if not just press the power button. This has worked for me in the past when my iPhone has acted strangely. Don't worry about a reset or hard reboot. You won't lose any data or settings.
If you're missing incoming phone calls due to your iPhone not ringing, you may have accidentally switched the ringer to vibrate or silent, according to Apple. The switch on the left side of the iPhone turns off the ringer and usually sets your phone to vibrate mode, but if your iPhone's vibrate setting is also disabled the phone will instead be set to silent mode. When in the phone's sound settings vibrate mode can be enabled, and the ringer volume of your phone is adjustable.
Look through your telephone settings and you should find a place to set the ring tone for either or both.
Im not sure why you would get a password to get into your telephone. Perhaps this is a password your provider gave you to get into their server??? I dont know about that ... however, I am certain you can set the ring tone for all incoming information, calls, pictures, test and e-mails. But you might have to search for it a bit.
Synchronization of iPhone 3G with your Outlook 2003 will depend on the type of account that you would like to create. It will depend also on the Web mail that you are going to download.
1. The e-mail that you would like to download to your iPhone is your Gmail account. You have to enable POP in your Gmail sesttings.
2. On your iPhone > go to Home screen > tap settings...
3. Go to Mail > Add Account > Other > Continue...
4. For the host name: pop.gmail.com
5. For the username: type your complete e-mail address
6. For the Outgoing mail SMTP Host name: type smtp.gmail.com
7. Tap Save..
8. To verify your Advance configuration: Go to settings > click the account that you havve created > Advance
Incoming server port:
-You may use 110 or 993
-Type your password
- You may use 25, 2525, 587 or 465
- Type your password again.
NOTE: I just use Gmail as an example. Your incoming mail server will depend on your Web mail settings.. You may contact your e-mail administrator and ask for the Incoming mail server, Outgoing mail SMTP, ask if your account requires encryption or not.
You can change the settings of the selected active profile.
Select Menu > Settings > Tones > Incoming call alert, Ringing tone,
Ringing volume, Vibrating alert, Push to talk settings, Message alert
tone, Instant msg. alert tone, Keypad tones, or Warning tones. You can
find the same settings in the Profiles menu.