My Motorola V3 only vibrates when I receive a call. No sound. There is key sound. I have shut down and back on, tried different ringtones, but nothing. I was told it is a new phone from Ebay. Appears new and works great otherwise. Any advice would be helpful.
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Re: No ring, only vibrate
If the ringtones ring from settings or the songs play then it will be
surely the settings problem please select ring and vibrate instead of
vibrate only and if it doesn't works then go to a near by repair shop
and ask them to check and change the buzzer
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Like most of the W377, this one's very odd. The only way I know how to do this is to switch off all Key tones. Key volume is part of the Ring Style menu, so:
> On the Detail menu use the 4 way selector arrows to cursor down to Key Volume
NB The Ring Style settings for ALL ring parameters (Ring Volume, Line 1, Text Msgs, Voicemail, Alarm, and Key Volume) change whenever you select a different Ring Style, so you can set up one ringtone in Loud Ring but get a different one for Soft Ring, a different one for Vibrate and Ring, a different one for Vibrate then Ring, etc.
For the sake of sanity (and to avoid the alarm waking me up with a loud blast of Bach when I wanted a quiet 'Ding') I have set the same ringtones etc in all of the above profiles.
BTW whenever you can't find a menu you need, try pressing the black round button (OPEN MENU) in the middle of the 4 way selector arrows - it opens submenus that can't be accessed any other way.
try pressing and holding the # key. Motorolas can be put in sient mode this way and may need to turn the volume back on with the same method. If that doesnt work try a master reset. (Instructions for this are on motorola.com). If it stil isnt working try removing the battery with the phone turned on. If all else fails contact your carrier for warranty information