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is the ascending ringtone problem solved on 2.2?

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Question is the ascending ringtone problem solved on 2.2?

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.
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I have the same question too
 
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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 ^^
 
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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)
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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).
 
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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.
 
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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).

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samsung should provide setting to turn on/off this ascending ringtone.

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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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