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My ringer is on but my phone isn't ringing.
My ringer is on but my phone isn't ringing.
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Oops I should not have said amplified sound - implies big speakers, even though all ringtones are amplified through the phone's speaker.

Here's a test you can do. If you can hear ringtones while going through selections, then you know your ringer works but the network ring signal doesn't go through.

You may want to visit an AT&T store or call them.
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You may want to check the music player to see if it can play amplified sound.

What kind of phone is it? Did the ringer work yesterday?





You may want to check the music player to see if it can play amplified sound.

What kind of phone is it? Did the ringer work yesterday?





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It's a Samsung focus.  It rang for a little while yesterday.

It's a Samsung focus.  It rang for a little while yesterday.

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Edited by ilikewireless on Jul 7, 2012 at 9:03:16 PM

No luck with the ringer yet?

Can the caller hear the ringback tone?

No luck with the ringer yet?

Can the caller hear the ringback tone?

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No, I haven't had any luck yet. Yes the caller can hear the ringback tone. How do I check to see if the music player can play amplified sound?
No, I haven't had any luck yet. Yes the caller can hear the ringback tone. How do I check to see if the music player can play amplified sound?

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Oops I should not have said amplified sound - implies big speakers, even though all ringtones are amplified through the phone's speaker.

Here's a test you can do. If you can hear ringtones while going through selections, then you know your ringer works but the network ring signal doesn't go through.

You may want to visit an AT&T store or call them.
Oops I should not have said amplified sound - implies big speakers, even though all ringtones are amplified through the phone's speaker.

Here's a test you can do. If you can hear ringtones while going through selections, then you know your ringer works but the network ring signal doesn't go through.

You may want to visit an AT&T store or call them.

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