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    Any way to assign a ringtone to a restricted #?

    Thanks!!!

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    Put the number into its own catagory. Then assign a ringer to that catagory.
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    Originally posted by SilvrDrgn
    Put the number into its own catagory. Then assign a ringer to that catagory.

    Unfortunately this won't work as when that person calls there will be unknown name unknown number/unavailable. Only when that person displays there number would the above work.

    So what I'm saying is to program that persons number in and assign it its own catagory and have them display there number every time they call you. That is the only way it would work.

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    LIttle dog is right, there is no number so is there another way? Can someone hack something so you can do this??

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    Originally posted by toneloc71sr
    LIttle dog is right, there is no number so is there another way? Can someone hack something so you can do this??


    Unfortunately there is nothing to hack as the number is either transmited or not transmited through the service providers network

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    Isnt there a number telling the software that its a restricted number?

    i.e. if callnum = 555-5555 display Restriced.

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    Not sure I understand what you're trying to accomplish so this may not address it completely...If all of your address book records are categorized with distinct ringers assigned any unknown caller (restricted or unknown #) should ring through with the default ringer you've set. So the default ringer will always be an unknown caller.

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    Ahh!!!!! Genius!!!! Assing the silent ringer as the default and then assign the rest as catergorizes. Thanks.

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