Hi, I m using HTC Touch FLO...While opening Audio Manager it gives me error and is not able to play the song...it asks me to send the problem to microsoft....i restarted the mobile but didnt work....pls help....
Re: HTC Audio manager is not working. Giving error
Dear take a backup of your mobile memory data (memory card data backup is not required) and then go to Start>Settings>System (Tab)>Clear Storage, This will reset your mobile and that would all Audio Manager error.
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*.Go into theSettingsof your device*.Tap onAppsorApplications Manager(the name varies depending on your device).*.Swipe to theAll column.*.Scroll down until you seeGoogle Services Framework*.Finally, chooseClear data and thenOK.If this doesn't work, go on to the Google Play siteon your PC and install the app that is giving you issues on your smartphone or tablet from there. When you go back to your device, the install should work.
have u installed the software from the given CD with ur phone?try it, may work.if it doesnt then try downloading the software from the net.i havnt heard of this problem before.i myself hav an htc touch n syncing it with vista is even easier.
if ur phone is HTC P3450 ELF or HTC3452 ELFIN there are 2 versions of this device then go to start >Programs>fileExplorer>select music file u want to set as ringtone, and then long tap on the file for like 4 sec a menu will appear u can select set as ringtone and ur file will be set it is the std procedure for it
and about that HTC audio manager u can check for updated ROM from www.htc.com >ur region >support and then check if new ROM is availble it i will address ur issues of audio manager
but if u really want a new look for ur PDA and want to make it like touch HD then my friend i will suggest this but at ur own risk but the results are really worth it
see this update to CUSTOM ROM for ur pda and u will get more free memory for programs and storage i know it is a big rpoblem in this pda and u will get new look like touch hd
Normally it should get detected automatically.. There is seperate volume for inbuilt speaker and headphones. So in your case have you checked the volume control status after connecting the headset? in taskbar as well as in the audio manager...??