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SOURCE: imcrease ring volume, and length of ring time

To increase the volume, you need to do that from the settings in your phone and for increased length of ring time, you need to call your cell provider or you can do it yourself if you have access to your mobile plan online.

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Imcrease ring volume, and length of ring time


To increase the volume, you need to do that from the settings in your phone and for increased length of ring time, you need to call your cell provider or you can do it yourself if you have access to your mobile plan online.

Please rate if helpful.

Thanks

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