I charged my SGH-T519 overnight, and when I woke up, I had missed a call because the phone didn't ring. I watched as a call came in, and there was no sound. The keypad sounds still work; but the ringtones have gone mute. I tried "Sound settings" to change my ringtone to see if that particular one was the problem, but NONE of the ringtones work. I even tried resetting everything to the default settings, but I get the same results. Did I accidently set it to be this way? Or has something gone wrong?
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open up your phone then push one of the buttons on the outside edge at a time until you see the volume chart appear. Each time you push that button you will change the setting from mute to vibrate to louder and louder rings.
I had this problem once and on my phone I would get one ring and then it would stop. Checking the phone I saw I missed a call. I live in the mountains of Puerto Rico and I believe what is happen is the network plays the rings for the caller but the phone isn't doesn't get the signal or start ringing until 3 or 4 rings later. In other words the caller has already heard 4 or 5 rings and has given up. While you have heard only one ring and when you got to the phone you already missed the call. I told my friends to let it rings more then 5 times before giving up and that worked.