Many times when I am talking on the phone, the phone will make a high pitched, quiet buzzing, disconnect the call, seemingly reset to insert sim. I then take the battery and sim out, reinsert, and power on. And it is a continuous cycle. Sometimes, this will happen at some time and I will pick the phone up, and see the error message insert sim on the screen. It only happened a couple times at first, but now it is every other time I use the phone, if not every time.
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Oct 3, 2009 - 30 posts - 7 authors
Its so high pitched that some people can barely hear it, but I guess I have sensitive hearing. ... Anyway, this seems to be a fairly common issue and it is caused by either the ... You're probably hearing a transformer humming.
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Dec 30, 2008 - In my case, the monitor was fine for the first two months. But then started making a buzzing noise... 1) when on, 2) worse when .... my Samsung TV ismaking high pitched noises even if its turned off. I will NEVER EVER EVER ...
Do you have the Play n Charge Kit connected? It seems if you use that with the X1 at the same time, some kind of hum noise is transmitted through the USB bus power to the X1 headset, and you hear a buzz or high-pitched hum. The solution is to use the X1 without the Play n Charge Kit, and charge the controller when you're playing the sound through your TV instead of the headset.