Re: Nokia E90 Communicator - callers can hear me but I...
Not certain... but you need to check menu - tools - settings - general - enhancement and make sure your default is set to "headset".
When you plug headphones only (not the headset/mic combo) into the 2.5mm jack, it will go into a headphone mode where you can hear through the headphones but you must speak through the phone microphone - it sounds like it is going into that mode on you. It can only be the setting above or possible a short in the jack (though that doesn't really explain why it is happening only when you receive a call).
If you have 2.5mm headsets (or can pick up a small 3.5 to 2.5 adapter), you can also try having them call you and see if you can hear through the headphones - that would prove it is going into headphone only mode.
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Your explanation of the problem is not too clear. If you receive a call and you cannot hear your caller but your caller can hear you, your speaker is bad and will need to be replaced buy phone technician. If it is that you can hear your caller but they cannot hear you, then your mouth piece is bad and need to be replaced. Because of the Miniature nature of the Cellphone circuit there is user serviceable part
Did you drop your phone? It seems that your phone's caller speaker is damaged thats why you can't hear the caller. If this is the problem then the only solution is to replace the speaker. Hardware is not covered under warranty, but you should check with the warranty provider. Otherwise, take it to any mobile repair shop and ask them to change the speaker.
my friend try the battery itself check the battery contacts (they have some shape that can be extended if you remove and insert it many times) so try to get them as close as possible. one thing more place a piece of gasket on the edge of the battery to prevent battery movement