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Can someone please tell me the following original default setting for the Omnia2

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I hope it is not too much off topic in this forum but I need urgent help.

I had to rest my phone and now I tired to customise it again to my liking. One of the things that I did was increase the ring tone following instruction on the web by dialling *#0002*28346#

You then can change the settings for the music speaker or ringtone by clicking gain in the following way to increase the volume:

L1VL2 – 110

Original: 101

HPG7 – 1110

Original: 1011

L3VL7 – 10

Original: 10

OVL7 – 00010010

Original: 00011011

OVR7 – 00010010

Original: 00011011

However I must have gotten carried away and I also change the settings for TTYFULL call

TTYHCO call

TTYVCO call

TVOUT

Could someone who owns an Omnia 2 please have a look what the original settings are meant to be as I have lost my ringtone by changing the default for TTYFULL and so on.

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I hope it is not too much off topic in this forum but I need urgent help.

I had to rest my phone and now I tired to customise it again to my liking. One of the things that I did was increase the ring tone following instruction on the web by dialling *#0002*28346#

You then can change the settings for the music speaker or ringtone by clicking gain in the following way to increase the volume:

L1VL2 – 110

Original: 101

HPG7 – 1110

Original: 1011

L3VL7 – 10

Original: 10

OVL7 – 00010010

Original: 00011011

OVR7 – 00010010

Original: 00011011

However I must have gotten carried away and I also change the settings for TTYFULL call

TTYHCO call

TTYVCO call

TVOUT

Could someone who owns an Omnia 2 please have a look what the original settings are meant to be as I have lost my ringtone by changing the default for TTYFULL and so on.

Try this program... it has an Audio User Interface and a button to set things back to default:

Smart23.CAB

Hope it works, its a great tool.

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Try this program... it has an Audio User Interface and a button to set things back to default:

Smart23.CAB

Hope it works, its a great tool.

Thanks so much bobfrantic!

Great app, useful also for other settings...

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