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    No sound when I receive a text message

    Hi

    Just wonder if anyone can help? I used to get sound when i receive a text message or other notification but now i don't. I have check the sound is on full but still no sound.

    If anyone can help that will be great!!!

    Thanks

    Sonni

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    Hi Sonni,

    Check the default notification in Settings > Sound > Notifications.

    Select default notification and see what is chosen. Sometimes when an update happens or a ROM is flashed it goes to default off.

    You can also check you text messaging ap, settings and ringtone sound.

    If none of that works then try a battery pull.
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    Welcome to the forum Sonni!


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    Hope someone is still watching this: Hi, I have just acquired a Galaxy S2 and after updating to Android 4.0.3 had Ring-tune and vibration working fine for messaging notification. About a week ago that stopped. Tones and vibration appear to work fine elsewhere so UN-installed Facebook and its' associated message app. Notification back up and running for about an hour. Seems selective in when it fires up?? Anyone have similar problem and manage to track down the offending app? Have installed to usual social site apps, Skype, Drive, Bank, Dropbox, Gmail, Google+, IM(cannot seem to get to un-install this one - not sure which app it's associated with), SkyTV and Tapatalk.

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    notification sound fix

    Quote Originally Posted by Sonni View Post
    Hi Just wonder if anyone can help? I used to get sound when i receive a text message or other notification but now i don't. I have check the sound is on full but still no sound.If anyone can help that will be great!!!Thanks Sonni
    In the pull down menu at top of phone check that notification icon is lit on.

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    Post Problem is in Social Hub

    I had set all parameters. Message tone selected, sound level ok. But no sound on incoming message. I stumbled on the following:
    In social hub go to messages, choose setup, roll to bottom, set ringtone. In my S2 it was not set there even if it was set in sound menu. After setting it in Social hub as well, it worked for me.
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    I am having the same problem. Had a look at the top pull down menu but cannot see a notification icon.

    The notification sound for emails has also stopped.
    Last edited by bluefinch; 09-13-2012 at 09:03 AM.

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    I had the same problem

    Mine was with an S3 not an S2, but still I couldn't hear TXT's arriving. After reading all of the forums I stumbled upon the solution myself. There is a second set of volume controls. Activate the volume bar with the rocker switch on your phone and notice there is a settings "gear" on the right hand side. This second level to the volume settings includes a separate volume control for message alerts. Perhaps this is your problem?

    I have put a full article on my website regarding the problem, including pics of the volume menus here.

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    Yes this answer became useful for me. Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by bgk3 View Post
    In the pull down menu at top of phone check that notification icon is lit on.

 

 

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