All connections are ok.
People can hear me but I can't hear them, anybody has a clue?
What is the best way to reset to factory default, if necessary?
I tried switching everything off, removing from bluetooth list on mobile, all without any succes
thx in advance
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Dear friend, Your possible causes are:- 1. Its happening because your battery is not geting charge properly, and it gets discharge as soon as you switch on your mobile. So, make sure your battery is getting charge properly. 2. Make sure your battery is properly touching the pins of your mobile, clean the pins of your mobile with cotton and terminals of your battery also, then connect it properly. 3. Since your mobile is old, it has grown problem in internal I.C., to rectify this go to some mobile reparing shop or nokia service centre. They will fix your problem!
I had the same problem a few days ago. this could be because the battery is not connected to the cell phone properly (from dropping it or leaving the cell phone in the sun) and may need something, such as tissue paper or ordinary paper to be folded and put on the one side of the battery which is not connected and this will tighten the connection. hope this helps
Make sure that you DON'T mount your sd card when you connect your phone.
If you just leave it you should see your battery icon scrolling up through the colours as though it is charging.
That means it is charging. As I say though...It's very slow!.
Try unplugging from the computer and from phone then plug them in again. Sometimes this works for me. :)
Updating shouldn't have a detrimental affect on hardware so I shouldn't think the problem is terminal.
There is an issue with your firmware. You will need to do is:
1. Unplug BB from PC. 2. Launch the "Application Loader" like you were going to install something. 3. While the app loader is attempting to connect to the BB, plug the USB cable into the BB.
If you recently completed an upgrade of your phone, you might need to upgrade your SPL to Hard-SPL (3.28, 3.56, etc) and also find a suitable Radio Rom (in charge of your bluetooth, reception and sounds) for the upgraded wm 6.1 rom. If you go to http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=376 and go into the wiki, you will find a lot of helpful threads. No one can tell you the "best" radio for your area, you will have to try different ones to find which gives you the best combination of bluetooth, gps and reception.
Based on the information provided it sounds like your microphone is not working. There a possibility it could simply be unplugged from the car kit control module. It will look like a head phone plug. If your car kit is aftermarket it was probably installed under the steering column. Check for a black box with an unplugged wire.