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Turning off iphone ringer in my ear buds

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Hi all,

I switched over to the iphone 4s a few months back from a Blackberry and love it.

My phone is primarily set on vibrate all day and I have my ear buds plugged into the phone and in my ear most of the day at school.

The phone still rings in my ear buds very loudly even though I have it set to vibrate. How do I stop this?

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