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    When incoming FaceTime calls are called no ringtone sounds to alert that incoming call is being placed
    05-17-2016 08:59 PM
  2. Rob Phillips said: Best Answer

    Welcome to iMore! Are you getting a vibrating alert and a visual alert on the screen that you're getting a call? Check a few things:

    1. Make sure your phone isn't on silent using the silent/mute switch on the left side.
    2. Turn the ringer volume up by unlocking your phone and using the volume up button (located just below the silent/mute switch).
    3. Make sure that you don't have Do Not Disturb turned on. If it's on you'll see a little crescent moon icon at the top of the screen near the battery indicator. You can switch DND on in the Control Center.
  3. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    Welcome to iMore! Are you getting a vibrating alert and a visual alert on the screen that you're getting a call? Check a few things:

    1. Make sure your phone isn't on silent using the silent/mute switch on the left side.
    2. Turn the ringer volume up by unlocking your phone and using the volume up button (located just below the silent/mute switch).
    3. Make sure that you don't have Do Not Disturb turned on. If it's on you'll see a little crescent moon icon at the top of the screen near the battery indicator. You can switch DND on in the Control Center.
    05-17-2016 09:06 PM

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