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    Default iPhone doesnt ring if its asleep? Here's a fix!

    ok. I messed around with settings for about an hour trying to figure out how to make my damn phone ring in sleep mode. It vibrates if its in sleep mode but no ring.

    I went to the ring settings and made it so it doesnt vibrate on the ring profile, and now my phone rings !!

    Try it! You'll like it!



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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosvaldosta View Post
    ok. I messed around with settings for about an hour trying to figure out how to make my damn phone ring in sleep mode. It vibrates if its in sleep mode but no ring.

    I went to the ring settings and made it so it doesnt vibrate on the ring profile, and now my phone rings !!

    Try it! You'll like it!
    didnīt work for me....
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    serious??? Just tested again...with a diff ringer... Still worked.

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    Serious it doesnīt. Mine do not even vibrate when sleeping..... Someone said something about a hardwire.

    http://www.hackint0sh.org/forum/show...?t=7699&page=7

    What do you thing about this? I am seriously thinking about doing it.
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    wow... Mine at leases vibrates without anything special.


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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosvaldosta View Post
    ok. I messed around with settings for about an hour trying to figure out how to make my damn phone ring in sleep mode. It vibrates if its in sleep mode but no ring.

    I went to the ring settings and made it so it doesnt vibrate on the ring profile, and now my phone rings !!

    Try it! You'll like it!
    Carlosvaldosta, my phone rings and vibrates if I receive a call in sleep mode. I'm confused why yours and others don't. Am I dreaming? No, just tested. It rings and vibrates. By default I have vibrate activated at all times and my ringtone is a custom ringtone.

    What the iPhone doesn't do is wake itself up in the event that you've switched it off and the alarm is set to ring at a certain hour. This is a basic feature of 99,99% of all phones today, however Apple's wonderfully uninformed GSM Marketing group did not think it necessary to built this feature in for reasons that I ignore.

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    yeah...its wierd. It seems like 50% of the sw unlocked iPhones won't ring from the sleep position. However it seems that if you take the vib off on this phone I am using now, it rings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carlosvaldosta View Post
    yeah...its wierd. It seems like 50% of the sw unlocked iPhones won't ring from the sleep position. However it seems that if you take the vib off on this phone I am using now, it rings.
    This problem is also for locked phone. Maybe related to the series (mine 7S7)

    http://www.iphoneatlas.com/2007/07/2...eeping-locked/
    http://discussions.apple.com/thread....sageID=5433005

    Everywhere says to change my Iphone, but I can't....

    Could you check yours series??
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    Mine is a 7V7. Ringing is really a very basic function. I would be amazed if it had anything to do with the batch that you have, but I guess that anything is possible.

    Can't really think what it could be though, the radio receives the call (pulse) and then communicates this information to the phone's CPU, at which point the CPU looks at the settings which have been hashed and then the phone reacts accordingly. Since it's the CPU that determines how to reach and initiates the ring/vibration as the result of information that is communicated to it by the settings, I think that it's safe to assume that a phone that has been unlocked by either the AnySim or IPSF method or not unlocked at all will not make much of a difference regarding this problem. The problem with the URL above (apple) is that whilst these seem to be AT&T customers, we know nothing about what changes, if any, they have performed. Since the CPU requires information from the settings that it hashes, I'm wondering if one of the 3rd party apps out their is responsible? The only way to really determine this would be to restore your phone and not to install any apps and see if there's a difference.

    Since my iPhone is running 1.1.1 and stuck at an activation screen like all of those that upgraded for the common good and benefits of testing, I'm afraid that I can't give it a try myself. My gut feeling is that something is stepping on something else, or as our friend ecaramaschi states above, a hardware bug. Afraid that I can't really help.

    Re: 1.1.1. Are any of the true AT&T users out there that "experienced" this problem still having it post upgrade?
    Last edited by Snowbird; 09-29-2007 at 04:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowbird View Post
    Re: 1.1.1. Are any of the true AT&T users out there that "experienced" this problem still having it post upgrade?
    I havent found anything yet about this, and you?
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