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Anybody notice this about the ringers and messages on the A530?

Discussion in 'SAMSUNG' started by Hawaiiannights, Jun 21, 2003.

  1. Hawaiiannights

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    If you set your message alerts (voicemail, text message, etc.) to an audible ring setting.
    Even if you put your phone on vibe only or silent and you receive a voicemail or text message it will still make a sound a sound. Its like the settings for the messages override themain phone sound settings. Is this stupid or what?

    Lets say i'm in a meeting for work and put it on silent so it doesn't disturb someone if it rings. But then as soon as I get a voicemail its will make the voicemail alert sound! Or is this only because I have my message alert sounds set to sounds I downloaded from modtones?

    Any advice please let me know. Thanks!
     
  2. Race

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    You are only putting the ringer on vibrate... you need to put the phone in silence mode instead. put and hold the # key for 2 seconds to enter silence mode. push and hold again to return to normal.
     
  3. Hawaiiannights

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    Awesome! Thats what I was trying to get...but kinda strange... the left side keys shouldn't say silent if its only silencing the ringers and not the alerts. Oh well, i'm glad theres a way to do it. Thanks!!
     

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