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I 'd like to know if there's the possibility, while receiving a call, to stop the ringer without answering or refusing the call, and if there's a software with wich is possible to organize the contacts in groups, and assign them a special ringtone or answering rule.

Thanks in advance!

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for the first, i think that moving the wheel would silence it, i know on other phones pressing volume + or - would do it.

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Yes- moving the wheel silences the ringer during an incoming call, though once silenced, the wheel won't put the volume back up. The state resets after the call is accepted/rejected/missed

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Yes- moving the wheel silences the ringer during an incoming call, though once silenced, the wheel won't put the volume back up. The state resets after the call is accepted/rejected/missed

ThankYou! ;)

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and, thankyou Dave too ;)

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I 'd like to know if there's the possibility, while receiving a call, to stop the ringer without answering or refusing the call, and if there's a software with wich is possible to organize the contacts in groups, and assign them a special ringtone or answering rule.

Thanks in advance!

i'm not sure if this will work on your device, but on the HTC Hermes (aka Orange SPV M3100) if a call comes through, you can jog the wheel up or down and the ringer will stop without answering/rejecting the call. With regards to the contacts...does it not have the option to assign a ringer and group when you EDIT the contact??

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I 'd like to know if there's the possibility, while receiving a call, to stop the ringer without answering or refusing the call, and if there's a software with wich is possible to organize the contacts in groups, and assign them a special ringtone or answering rule.

Thanks in advance!

sorry!!...just realised you've had some responses already, didn't see them! ;)

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sorry!!...just realised you've had some responses already, didn't see them! ;)

No, instead thankyou very much, because I didn't know that I have the option to assign a ringer and group when editing a contact...

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