Question about LG Cell Phones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
turn off ur phone by removing battery and turn it on again and then change the mode of it.
dont forget to rate it as it will fix the issue
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
PERSISTANCE IS KEY!
My Palm Centro sat in a small puddle for a few seconds, and the only thing that was wrong was that it was, like every other poster here: Stuck in Headset mode. For 3 days I read posts / forums all over the place, getting similar ideas about inserting/pulling out the speaker cord rapidly / soft or hard resetting / pulling out at a certain point etc etc.
The real problem was that inside the 2.5mm jack there is a little microswitch that enables / disables the headset function, and if it gets stuck open- nothing can override it. --- Again --- 3 full days of twisting, pulling out, screwing with the jack and wasn't able to get anything out of it- was about to say screw it.
THE ANSWER!!! -- I read somewhere that using a Qtip could increase my chances of snagging the switch down; I doubled my odds and sprayed the **** out of it with WD-40 (with the fore-idea that the switch got all gunked up and is stuck in the open position)
--To test it out, start playing a music file or anything that should originally go through the main speaker (or just call your Voicemail)
-- I got the tip wet with the wd-40, and since I have a 2.5mm jackport (not even the qtip stick fits in the hole) I started twisting the cotton off of the stick into an elongated portion of the wet cotton; long enough to fit in the port. I stuck it in (twisting in the same fashion as the twisted cotton) and just started twisting. About a minute worth then I yanked out and-- WaLaa! MUSIC
Only thing that worked in 3 days; I figure the individual cotton strands snagged on the thing and pulled it down, although I contribute it finally moving to the WD-40.
GOOD LUCK =)
Posted on Apr 05, 2009
try this: get a headset connect it then disconnect it go to settings - profiles - and select another profile. If it doesnt work try to restore factory settings if you dont know the sercurity code it should be 12345 by default
NB: pls vote
Posted on Oct 24, 2009
Turn your phone off and remove the battery. Also tap the headset port (where a headset would normally plug into).
When you reboot it back up it should fix itself. If it doesn't you have a hardware problem (its physically broken) you can see if its under its 1 yr warranty to get your free replacement, or if its older - there's always cell phone insurance.
Posted on Jan 07, 2010
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