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is the ascending ringtone problem solved on 2.2?

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By RazvanG, Senior Member on 2nd August 2010, 09:10 PM
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When I set a custom ringtone, the first 1-2 seconds of the song fade in.
If your ringtone has a bit of silence as it starts then you won't notice it.
The fading is not present in the settings menu, but only when a call comes in.
Please test and let me know.
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24th August 2010, 08:01 PM |#2  
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I have the same question too
24th August 2010, 11:35 PM |#3  
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Still got the "problem", to my luck though... used in ears with too high ringer volume and took the call fast enough ^^
25th August 2010, 01:13 AM |#4  
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You cannot technically call this a problem. It is done intentionally by samsung. What I am wondering is why it isn't configurable like it was in previous samsung phones i owned (like the TouchWiz F480)
25th August 2010, 03:29 AM |#5  
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For those who do not know, the fading is added so that the ringtone doesn't blast your ears deaf if a call comes in right after you finished your last one (unless if you are using a headset, the phone will be right next to your ear at that moment).
25th August 2010, 03:43 AM |#6  
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well the feature is crap. It should have option whether we want this feature or not instead of forcing us on it.
25th August 2010, 07:40 AM |#7  
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Originally Posted by snapper.fishes

For those who do not know, the fading is added so that the ringtone doesn't blast your ears deaf if a call comes in right after you finished your last one (unless if you are using a headset, the phone will be right next to your ear at that moment).


Thank you Samsung for avoiding staining my shirt with brain fragments... my dog is also very thankful!
25th August 2010, 10:24 AM |#8  
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samsung should provide setting to turn on/off this ascending ringtone.
25th August 2010, 11:10 AM |#9  
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Perhaps they should provide the option.. but I personally think this "feature" is good. Especially since I got tinnitus, and hence take all precautions to protect my hearing from future damage.
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any solutions ?
i have the same issue on my galaxy s
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While some people think its a good "feature", others do not. I'd rather have this feature disabled like most people out there, so we can have those extra 2 seconds to hear the phone ringing from our pockets.

... Its not like you're holding the phone to your ear ALL the time!! Even when you're not doing anything. Cause if you are, then you have a problem!!

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