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Says an enhancement is plugged in, but there's not. Now can't hear people.

There is a pair of earphones on the front screen, next to the bluetooth sign. There is no enhancement plugged in, and no settings were changed on the phone, it just came up and now I can't hear anyone, and people can't hear me. Please help. Thanks!

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  • Anonymous Oct 08, 2008

    same problem. do not use the phone now but still have it & would like to reactivate it. not able to find a solution anywhere.

  • valentine823 Jan 26, 2009

    Exactly the same issue.

  • susantsahoo Jan 27, 2009

    There is a problem with mobile (N-70). when i switch on my mobile, it displays "enhancement" not supported in screen and then i cant't hear to people who calls me and also can't hear when i call to people.please help me.

    Thanks

  • ganster-rap Apr 11, 2009

    Says an enhancement is plugged in, but there's not. Now can't hear people." problem, and notify you when a new solution is offered.


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Need to format or upgrade your device. I had same problem. May be coz of moisture or water. UPGRADE will solve it just backup before that.

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