@pat: have added this to the backlog of things to investigate. Will see
if it's possible to reliably reproduce this issue and identify the root

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  [Touch] Incoming call gets silent randomly

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Bug description:
  I've experienced this strange issue 4-5 times after OTA-12. It seems pretty 
random and is hard to reproduce.
  When I get an incoming call, the screen turns on, the incoming call pop up 
appears, but there is no sound at all even though the phone is not in silent 
mode (and also the speaker volume is not set too low). I can accept this call 
and keep conversing as usual.
  Once I asked the same caller to call me once again after a few minutes, that 
time the phone rang as expected.

  Device: E5, OTA-12, stable channel

  I can provide necessary logs if this happens again. Which ones should
  I gather?

  Possibly related to bug #1614943.

  UPDATE: As mentioned in comment #7, it seems the phone rings for a
  fraction of a second and then the sound pauses abruptly.

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