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I amd a call and when i finished and put the receiver of the phone, a music start and i don't know how to stop it

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I can suggest several ways to stop it :-)

Actually, without doing anything else, press the "1" key on the phone. It turns on and off the background music.

Carl

Posted on Oct 16, 2010

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