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Phonecalls not shown and not answerable [fixed] [answered]

asked 2019-08-23 12:30:40 +0300

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updated 2019-08-23 13:34:40 +0300

Hello,

Sailfish 3.1.0.11 on Xperia X DS

Latest since last upgrade no phonecalls to my phone where shown on my mobile at time the call is active. Not tone and no vibration. If the caller hangs up the message on my phone "missed call" is shown on "start" screen. A received sms is noticed by a message, a tone and a vibration. Calender alerts and alerts are also noticed by vibration and tones.

I checked the Ambience setting: 100 % Volume, Aloe as Phonecalltone. At time of changing it is played successfully.

I've also checked personal ringtones which is configured now for default ringtones, added the calling contact to the list, but nothing helps so phone is ringing and/or vibrate.

Any idea where I can check to fix this issue?

I'm not 100% shure that this problem occurs since last update. But there is another problem definitivly since last upgrade shown on calling from my phone which I will descibe in another post.

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answered 2019-08-23 13:33:33 +0300

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The reason of the problems (answering and not further described calling problem) was been found by myself: The problem was the installed package personalringtones in version 3.1.xxx. I removed it by console with (from by brain remembered, maybe a littlebit wrong): pkcon remove personalringtones reboot. After this actions my phone is now ringing and vibrating again.

The problem is also described in the personal ringtones comments from openrepos.net. so a fix could be followed later by coderus, which created this wonderfull app.

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