Question about Nokia Consumer Headset
The solution for me was simple.I removeed the battery,the sim card as suggested but still no joy.So I thought 'this thing thinks I have plugged in the headphones' As I don't have any I took a brush and cleaned the battery,the sim card and the charging port. If in doubt brush every orifice and cleanse it from dust. Check your charger and clean that also. Hey prest, it worked for me!
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
I have seen this problem numerous times and each time it actually has worked, so just remove the battery from the back and put it in again. Somehow it magically disappears and the phone seems to work again. The battery trick works with a lot of stuff =)
Posted on May 11, 2009
I vacumned out the slot with a shop vac, turned off the phone, sprayed it with electric part cleaner (available at auto parts store), let it dry, turned it on, and the icon is gone.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
I had the same problem! It was soooo stupid! No one could help me but I figured it all out on my own. You probably used up all your memory. Try deleting some stuff and it will work again!
Posted on May 01, 2009
I was having the same problem with the headset icon and had to use loudspeaker as my ear set until myfriend who has the same phone figured out how to fix it. It worked for me so maybe if you try it it might work for you... Go to settings than to enhancements.. it will come up as a choice for headse, tty/tdd, charger, and hearing aid... choose headset.... than pick default profile... it will have a list of seven profiles and you pick which one you want ..... if you choose current profile that will keep you in the headset profile... so choose something besides current profile... thats how i fixed mine.... good luck
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
I stopped at an ATT store, and this was the fix she did:
Settings> Enhancements > Headset > for Default Profile, choose CURRENT PROFILE.
Somehow the phone had jumped to the "outdoor" setting. Not sure why. Hope this helps someone. Lots of the suggestions here are great - I tried them all with no luck. This or another site where someone said their fix was rolling the phone gently down a flight of stairs was hysterical.... made my day (didn't fix my phone though). Thanks to all.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
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Turn on your cell phone. Enable Bluetooth by accessing your phone's general or network settings. Your phone will search for Bluetooth signals in the area--they are usually denoted by a small icon displayed on the screen. If you don't know how to turn on Bluetooth or aren't sure whether your phone supports Bluetooth technology, refer to your phone's user guide.
Turn on your Bluetooth headphones while near your cell phone. Turning on a Bluetooth-enabled device will usually put it in pairing mode, meaning it is actively searching for a device to connect to. Since your phone also is actively searching for a Bluetooth device, it should find it right away and prompt you to connect to it. It may ask for a password--refer to your headset's user manual for the default password and how to change it.
Test your connection. Once your headset is paired, the phone will usually start sending calls and audio to it without any additional configuration. Some phones may prompt you and ask which device to use. Try making calls and/or playing music. If you hear music from only one ear, your phone may not support stereo Bluetooth. If you don't hear anything, re-pair the headphones. Power off your phone and headphones, then turn them back on and repeat steps 1 and 2.
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