Hi my sister has a nokia 6280 and isn't able to use the phone without having to put the phone on loudspeaker. Headphones were put in to listen to the radio and once they were taken out the phone shows that they are still plugged in and this causes the problem of having to use the loudspeaker rather than allowing her to speak in privacy without anyone listening to her conversation. A constant annoyance if your the one talking to her lol and everyone can hear you. Please if anyone has a solution to this then it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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Hi there, I'm going to type out some different things that may be wrong
This part will be in case you have headphones with USB
If you have USB headphones or headset you'll have to install the drivers for it from either the disk you got with the headset or from the manufacturer's website. It's also possible that your particular headset doesn't have drivers though but often times this is the problem. The other very possible option is the following
This is for any headset
On your system tray at the right bottom of your screen you will see a speaker icon, right click it and then click sound devices (or whatever exactly it is in english.
There you will see all of your connected audio devices. Make sure that your headphones are set as the default device.
You may have to restart your media player for the changes to get through.
If these things didn't help try installing a different media player (I highly recommend a media player called VLC since it can play pretty much anything. This may also solve the problem
1. Right click on the speaker icon in taskbar and select volume control options. 2. put a check mark on "All devices currently playing sound". 3. Make sure you have "The default communication device unchecked". 4. place a check mark on speakers/headphones
1)Make sure volume is at maximum level. check down right hand side of your desktop.
2)Make sure speakers(headphones) volume is at maximum.
3) If problem continues check your speaker( connect it to other pc), and headphone as well.
4) If problem continues try reinstalling audio driver.
Do you have a headset mic combo? If so, make sure they are plugged in to right ports and the volume for mic and headphones is turned on. This can be done by right clicking speaker icon in taskbar and selecting the 2 different functions.
you should have a speaker icon in left of task bar, right click it> adjust audio properties> audio tab and check your mic headset is on the drop down list on the sound recording, if so click on it, then go to the sound playback and click the advanced tab and select headphones.
Next click the voice tab, check the voice playback is your headset and the voice recording is set at your headset and then click test hardware
when the sound device is installed it should give you sound effect manager or sound device,to access this go to START then CONTROL PANEL then SOUND SPEECH AND AUDIO DEVICE,open Sound Effect Manager,then Sound Effect,select Headphones from the Enviroment Dropdown and click ok.test this output now.
If this doesn't resolve the problem ,
reinstall device again.