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Motorola V235 will not ring when incoming call

Icannot get the v235 to make a sound when a call comes in. I can hear the ringtones during the audio menu. Also when connected to computer via USB cable an incoming call causes the computer software to ring. Just will not ring when phone is alone. Is it a programming problem or equipment failure? Thanks

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  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2008

    Yes,my wifes phone will not ring on incoming. The bottom line is that the speaker is not working. I don't know what to do to make it work. The settings are the same as my phone.

  • mommy98 Feb 25, 2008

    yes im having the same problem but my phone is v235.. i can hear the ring and then when i go to answer it, i cant hear anything.. and they cant hear me.. i think my sound went out.. how do i get it too work.. i just got this phone.

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