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How to Control Ringtone on WIFI Only Tablet with Messages+
drjoe123
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So I have an Android Wi-Fi only tablet (Samsung Galaxy Tab S2), no cellular provider, and recently was given a Verizon Galaxy S7 Edge through work. I installed message+ on my tablet and tied it to my phone, and it works great -- calls and messages to my phone show up / ring on the tablet. The problem is the ringer is WAY too lout. Is there any way to lower the volume of the ringer, or mute it completely? I already muted notifications for the Message+ app, and it doesn't blare at me when I get a text, but it still blasts the incoming call ring tone any time a call is made. I'd also like to change the ringtone on the tablet to something less dissonant.

Any help is greatly appreciated!

thanks,

Joe

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Re: How to Control Ringtone on WIFI Only Tablet with Messages+
vzw_customer_support
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We hear you, drjoe123.

It's definitely important to make sure your notifications are the right volume. Here are the steps to control that volume for the Tab S2. http://vz.to/2u0v8G8

JosephT_VZW

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If my response answered your question please click the 'Correct Answer' button under my response. This ensures others can benefit from our conversation. Thanks in advance for your help with this!

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Re: How to Control Ringtone on WIFI Only Tablet with Messages+
vzw_customer_support
Customer Support

We hear you, drjoe123.

It's definitely important to make sure your notifications are the right volume. Here are the steps to control that volume for the Tab S2. http://vz.to/2u0v8G8

JosephT_VZW

Follow us on Twitter @VZWSupport

If my response answered your question please click the 'Correct Answer' button under my response. This ensures others can benefit from our conversation. Thanks in advance for your help with this!

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