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H700 Problem My H700 works great, people can hear me clearly and the battery life is great. One issue I have is that the headset will not alert me with the ring/tone when I receive an incoming call. Any solutions?

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Anonymous

I have a Motorola v557 and have to turn up the key volume in order to get the ring tone in my ear. Hope this helps

Posted on Mar 15, 2007

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