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    Change length of incoming call ringing.

    Hi,

    My Galaxy SII only rings four times before switching to voicemail. Often, not enough time to answer the call.

    Can the number of rings be adjusted?


    TIA.

    Paul.

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    Yes it can. You need to phone your network and they can give you a code to enter into the dial pad. Take a look at this thread: http://samsunggalaxysforums.com/show...5616#post45616 If your on T-Mobile it gives you the code, if not as I said, phone you network.
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    Quote Originally Posted by W210 View Post
    Hi,

    My Galaxy SII only rings four times before switching to voicemail. Often, not enough time to answer the call.

    Can the number of rings be adjusted?


    TIA.

    Paul.
    There is a command/service code you can enter which will allow you to change the time, will have to search for this. In the meantime it may be quicker for you to ring your network provider and get them to do it.

    Edit: Oops, you got there first

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    You can set your ring time to 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 seconds.

    Tap **61*121*11* into your phone as if you're making a call.
    Next enter a time between 5 and 30 (the number of seconds in multiples of 5)
    Press # and then the call button. Don't put the phone to your ear - just look at the display until you see a message confirming your ring time has been set.

    For example, **61*121*11*25# followed by the call button would set your ring time to 25 seconds.

    This will only work if your mobile phone's on the Vodafone network and you have voicemail set up. To check if you do, tap in 121 and press the call button. If you don't have voicemail, you'll hear a message asking if you want it to be connected.

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