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NO RINGING TONE

I CAN HEAR THE TONES STORED IN THE PHONE, BUT IT MAKES NO SOUND WHEN INCOMING CALLS ARE ENTERING

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Hi!
check your mobile is in silent mode!
After that goto tone setting->ringing mode->you keep it is ringing->select alter for all calls->and than check volume!
or
Otherwise goto profile personalise setting tone setting->ringing mode->you keep it is ringing->select alter for all calls->and than check volume
Good luck

Posted on Jul 18, 2008

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