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Music and camera not working

Whenever I try and play a music file there's no sound, my alarms don't work and my ringtone doesn't work either it only vibrates. Also whenever I activate the camera it stays at the gray screen.

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  • Anonymous Jan 11, 2009

    I have exactly the same problem plz cud any1 help

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It may be just on silent.

On the 580i there is a shortcut to muting and unmuting the phone.

When you first open your phone (standby screen) press and hold the # (pound) button for about 2 seconds. When your phone is muted, you will see a music notes symbol with a red line thru it at the top of the screen next to the antenna bars.

This may fix your ringtone problems but I don't know about the camera.

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Speaker might be shorted else replace it and if not reinstyall the software

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    Compact and thin
    • Brilliant TFT internal display with iconic CLI
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    • VGA Camera with 4x zoom (1x, 2x, 3x) with special effect options GPRS Class 8 (1 up/4 down)
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