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I bought an iPhone for my wife, since there's an iPod connector in her new car. I have a Samsung Galaxy S2, and am very happy with it. I can call the iPhone and everything is fine.

However, when my wife calls me (from her iPhone to my Galaxy S2), the call does not come through. There is no ringing etc. It is as if nothing happens.

This is driving me crazy. Can anyone resolve this mystery?

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closed as too localized by Matthew Read Dec 23 '12 at 6:51

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This is not normal, calls should work regardless of devices. Does her iPhone work for calling other phones? – Renan May 29 '12 at 2:07
Does it happen only when she calls using car? Justify your first paragraph in this problem.. – SS-3 May 29 '12 at 2:47
And have you used any call blocking software or using Google voice to forward call or blocked her number at operator level? If I were you I'd test with different phone to identify where the problem lies. – roxan May 29 '12 at 4:09