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Reset your phone to the default factory settings. If not remove the battery and reset. If this wont solve check the settings on the tones, if there is settings for ringing. If this wont work the ringer can be faulty. Might need to remove to check if this is a loose connection or a failure.
Does it have a speakerphone function, does that work? It would seem that the second speaker is malfunctioning. There is usually seperate speakers for the earpeice and for the rigner/speakerphone. You could open the phone and make sure the speaker is sitting correctly, it could have rotated off it's contacts. But you may have to replace the speaker, possible found on eBay.
You can set the length of your incoming ring to in the Call forwarding portion of the phone. Usually, it is set to 25 seconds. It can go as high as 30 seconds. To set the ringer to be longer or shorter, it goes by 5,10,15,... set of 5 increments. up to 30. I would also recommend to use a factory set ringtone, set the profile to LOUD or OUTDOORS. With vibrate option on. Some downloaded ringtones don't play as loud.
Motorolas generally have a very low ringtone.The only solution is to find the loudest one on the phone and turn it up to the max.or alternativly go to settings-ring sytles-and change to vibe/ring.This will vibrate the phone first.if you phone is in your pocket or bag you should feel it vibe first than ring.