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Sometimes when phone is security locked and you answer a call your phone gives you access to call screen until you put it to your ear (and the phone blanks screen because it's at your ear). If you accidently hit the mute button with your face before the screen turns off you will mute yourself. This happens to me sometimes and when i pull the phone away from my ear the phone display lights up but the phone is on lock so i have to put in pin to unlock screen and unmute myself
dialing #225# on your phone (depending on carrier) will give you a readout of your bill and account number. If this doesn't work then the only way to get it will be to call your carrier's customer support line and going through the prompts until you get to a real person (spamming 0 during automated talks will sometimes forward you to a real person).
same thing sometimes happens to me. Usually it is because the person who is talking to you might have a weaker antenna. Sometimes people put a very strong transmitter with them and talk to people but you cant talk back.
So really they can't hear you good either. Just because you are too far away.
The first symptom of an incoming call ringing once then stopping is called trip and ring which is caused by a partial short on the phone line. The second symptom is called crosstalk caused by the two phone lines being shorted to each other. The service provider is most often the cause of these troubles. Often this type of trouble happens during wet weather or shortly after. The third symptom of static on the line cna also be caused by the same conditions. All three symptoms are likely caused by the same trouble from the service provider. Advise you report the trouble to your service provider.
I have the same sort of problem...kinda..lol. My Vtech sorta 'cuts out' when there is noise at my hosue. The person I'm talking to can still hear me but I can't hear them. If my son starts crying or there's any other loudish type noises on my end, it's like the phone is trying to cutout my background noise, but all it's cutting out is the person talking to me. It's not that the noises in my house are loud and I jsut can't hear the person I"m talking to, b/c if i cover the mouth peice then no matter how loud the sound in my house is i can still hear the person i'm talking to but I HAVE to keep the mouth peice covered. It's really annoying!
It's a common problem with the network. There is nothing you can do but call back the person. Anyone tells you different they are pulling yor leg, my wife and I have Iphones for 3 years now, and sometimes it will happen for a few weeks and then stop. Some phones do it more than others, you can try an upgraded sim card, but if you have everything new I doubt it will help, sorry.
Use the Reception Mode button to set appropriate answering mode - press it repeatedly until a small arrow on the display will point to the desired option:
"TAD" - is the one you are using now, when the answering machine picks up the calls.
"TEL" - is the setting when no automatic pickup occurs, you always have to pick up the call and either talk (if there's a person on the other side), or press START to receive a fax (when you hear the fax beeps on the other side).
"FAX" - is the setting when after four rings the fax will pick the call up automatically (no answering machine). If you pick up the call manually after 1-2-3 rings (before the automatic pickup) you can either talk or START fax reception.
It's good to check from time to time if the reception mode is as you want it, it's easy to change it by mistake.
Good luck and come back with a testimonial if helped :)
if its happen everytime when you call anyone or receive any call then its fault of microphone of phone which you have. you have to repair it then.
but if its happen rare then it must be a nework problem.