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Motorola V3 Razor

I have had my phone for about 8 months now. It has not been dropped or suffered any water damage. The dot in the battery compartment is still white. However my phone will no longer ring when someone is calling me. It goes straight to my voicemail all the time. However I still have no problem receiving text messages and the camera sound is still there and the alarms work. So what is going on with my phone????

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Under network settings, try to set it to call fowarding disabled

Posted on Aug 15, 2007

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