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    charlie29 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi, looking for some help please! Got myself a lovely htc desire today, all was going good to begin with but now ringtones and notification alerts seem to have been muted. Ive tried turning phone off then on again and have checked sound settings and all appears to be in order....has anyone else experienced this problem or does anyone know how to fix it or what im doing wrong?!:confused::) Thanks!
     

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  2. Yenzehn

    Yenzehn Well-Known Member

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    In sound settings:

    -Check "Sound profile" is not set to silent or vibrate
    -Check Volume setting
    -Check if the phone ringtone/notification sound is set to a piece of music from your SD card you have moved or deleted


    If none of these seem out of order, check the speakers by playing some music.
     
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    charlie29 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for your help...all settings were ok but couldnt hear music so i guess its a problem with the speakers...and back to the shop for me:(thanks again!
     
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    Yenzehn Well-Known Member

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    Just a last check: No annoying bleeping sound when you turn on the phone either?
     
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    charlie29 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Nope...no bleep!
     
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    celticone Well-Known Member

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    Try downloading audio manager from the Market (free), it's shows all current volume levels and allows you to change them. Worth a try before you send the phone back
     
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    charlie29 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks celticone but no joy!
     
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    charlie29 Member This Topic's Starter

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    Didnt work either!
     
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    Yenzehn Well-Known Member

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    Then I would agree with Charlie, something is almost certainly wrong with the speakers and needs to be repaired.
     
  11. celticone

    celticone Well-Known Member

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    Yep, Charlie says phone is faulty.

    Unlucky mate, get it sent back/changed. It's a cracking phone, not perfect but worth a little hassle (but not much more)
     

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