Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
You could have a software issue. First, remove the battery and simcard. Wait about 30-45 seconds. Put everything back together, and try a few test calls with and without the speaker phone. If this doesn't help, then you'll want to do a master reset. You can dial in *#7370# to do the master reset. Then it'll ask for a default code. 12345 if you haven't set one up yet.
It'll shut off. You'll notice your screen and ringtones are back to how they were day one of owning the phone. Now, try the calls.
If the master reset did not work, and you are only using factory set ringtones. Contact you carrier about warranty exchanges or the manufacture, ask about repair and return programs.
Posted on Feb 03, 2009
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