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  1. #1
    Henrik A. Jensen
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    I have a problem with my 610 and increasing ring tone. It seems that all
    ringtones together with my portable handsfree increases. This means that I
    never hear the ring before it gets loud, and then (after 4 rings) the call
    is forwarded to my answermachine, before I reach the phone...

    I have checked that the phone is NOT set up for increasing ringtone, and the
    forward to the answermachine after 4 rings is defautl from my operator.

    Can anybody help?

    Henrik





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  2. #2
    Neil
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    Re: 610 - increasing ringtone

    Sorry, it's fixed like that Seems to be one of the few illogical things
    about it..


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  3. #3
    Chewie
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    Re: 610 - increasing ringtone

    In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] says...
    > I have a problem with my 610 and increasing ring tone. It seems that all
    > ringtones together with my portable handsfree increases. This means that I
    > never hear the ring before it gets loud, and then (after 4 rings) the call
    > is forwarded to my answermachine, before I reach the phone...
    >
    > I have checked that the phone is NOT set up for increasing ringtone, and the
    > forward to the answermachine after 4 rings is defautl from my operator.
    >
    > Can anybody help?


    Nope.
    I have the same trouble with mine on T-Mobile UK; their voicemail
    setting for unanswered calls seems to be 25 seconds or no voicemail at
    all. On the one hand I don't want to miss calls but on the other I don't
    want to have to call everyone back.
    I am rapidly getting pissed off with this phone/network combination.
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    Chewie.
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  4. #4

    Re: 610 - increasing ringtone

    "Chewie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > Nope.
    > I have the same trouble with mine on T-Mobile UK; their voicemail
    > setting for unanswered calls seems to be 25 seconds or no voicemail at
    > all. On the one hand I don't want to miss calls but on the other I don't
    > want to have to call everyone back.
    > I am rapidly getting pissed off with this phone/network combination.


    25-30 seconds is the standard max timeout before voicemail kicks in.

    The "increasing ring" on new SE handsets is suposedly a "safety feature" and
    is here to stay. As I and others have pointed out before, the ring volume is
    very much tone dependent.

    To test this out, listen to "NYC" and "Joybells" at max volume.....

    See what I mean??

    Hope this helps,

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    Antz,
    Part of the UKtm family.


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  5. #5
    Henrik A. Jensen
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    Re: 610 - increasing ringtone

    Are you telling me that this phone is unable to start ringing in a normal
    volume? if this is the case I'll throw away the whole ****ty thing!

    Regards, Henrik
    ">[email protected]@-<" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > "Chewie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > Nope.
    > > I have the same trouble with mine on T-Mobile UK; their voicemail
    > > setting for unanswered calls seems to be 25 seconds or no voicemail at
    > > all. On the one hand I don't want to miss calls but on the other I don't
    > > want to have to call everyone back.
    > > I am rapidly getting pissed off with this phone/network combination.

    >
    > 25-30 seconds is the standard max timeout before voicemail kicks in.
    >
    > The "increasing ring" on new SE handsets is suposedly a "safety feature"

    and
    > is here to stay. As I and others have pointed out before, the ring volume

    is
    > very much tone dependent.
    >
    > To test this out, listen to "NYC" and "Joybells" at max volume.....
    >
    > See what I mean??
    >
    > Hope this helps,
    >
    > --
    > Antz,
    > Part of the UKtm family.
    >
    >
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  6. #6
    Brian Morrison
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    Re: 610 - increasing ringtone

    On Tue, 21 Oct 2003 21:11:47 +0200, in article
    <[email protected]> "Henrik A. Jensen" <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    > Are you telling me that this phone is unable to start ringing in a normal
    > volume? if this is the case I'll throw away the whole ****ty thing!


    The volume is limited for a second or two when ringing because the phone
    uses the earpiece as the ringer. If you had just dropped a call and the
    ring against your ear damaged your hearing, SE worry that they might be
    sued. They have elected to take the lawyers' advice and protect themselves
    as best they can.

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    Brian Morrison

    please observe reply-to address




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