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Mic not working

My motorola handset while i talking not giving my voice to other end. what i have to do?

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Replace the microphone on the phone.

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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How do i turn up the speaker volume not the ear piece volum but the "speaker" volume people say they can't hear me

you probally have a bad internal mic. on your phone most phone models that i have worked with dont have a volume control for the mic.

May 23, 2011 | Cell Phones

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When someone calls me they can't hear me talking on their end of the phone, but I can hear them.

Sounds like you have a bad microphone on your handset. Probabaly not worth fixing with this older phone model. Check with your carrier to see what upgrade options you have. Most prepaid carriers have newer phones for less than it would cost you to fix the mic on this phone.

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The Cherry Mobile D23 all of the sudden the mic doesn't work. The Caller can't hear my voice but I hear them well on the ear piece. When I use a headset it works fine. It must be the mic on the handset...

You have made it clear, your problem is with the mic. If you know how to replace it you can give a try, otherwise i would recommend you to take it to the repairing shop and get it repaired. It's will cost a maximum of $10 (rate varies with countries) including service charge. Universal Mic is the best, so if you buy one, ask for a universal mic. Good luck.

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I need a user manual for thisSFK404 Bluetooth Visor Mount Handsfree Speaker but I cant seem to find one online so i could download it

didnt find any either too old but here is specs.

Model No: SFK404

Simply attach the Visor to the Sun Visor or any other suitable place, connect the Bluetooth hands free kit up with mobile and away you go.

Superb Quality simple Bluetooth Car Kit with Caller Id Display and Number Keypad for easier dialing.


* Talking Time : 5 Hours * Standby Time : 150 Hours
* MIC : -47+/-1.5 * Power Consumption : Max 250mA
* Carrier Frequency : 2400MHz to 2483.5MHz * Transmission Power : Typ.1.0 dBm
* Operating Temperature : -20 ~ 70? * Storage Temperature : -40 ~ 85?
* Speaker : 8W, Max 1.5W * Digital Volume Control
* AC/DC Adaptor : 5.0V / 1A * Car Charger : Out : 5.0V/800mA
* Battery : 3.6V, 950mA Li-ion Rechargeable NK8200 series compatible

Main Functions
*Superior noise suppression *LCD Display - Caller ID/Calling time
*Excellent echo cancellation *Support Making/Ending a call
*Super full duplex *Support Voice Dialing, Number Dial

Compatibility : Compatible with all Bluetooth mobile phones
Profile : Supports for both Headset & Handsfree Profile
Bluetooth v1.1 compliant

- Approvals : SIG, CE, FCC certified

Last Number Called

Voice Dialing ( Providing the Phone Supports the feature.

Number Dialing

Speed Dialing

Selct wether to answer, Reject and End Calls

Volume Control

Power On and Power Off Feature to reserve battery power.

Rechargable Battery

Battery Power Status

Incoming Caller Alert ( Visor will Play a Meldoy and the Led Display will Flash Blue )

Connect to Pc for firmware upgrades ( Cable Supplied )

Bulit in Speaker

Built in Microphone

Bulit in 4Mb Memory

Noise Suppression

Echo Cancellation

Supports both Headset and Car Kit Profiles ( Phone Dependant )

Transferring Audio Feature ( Both from Headset and Handset )

Standby 150 Hours ( Uses a Nokia 8210 Battery so you can have a spare battery or simply purchase any nokia phone model in car charger to charge from your car. )

Talk Time 5 Hours

1 Year Warranty

Compatable with all Bluetooth Enabled Mobile Phones.

Handset supporting headset profile
Ericsson: R520m / R520m, T39 / T39m / T39mcc, T68m / T68mc

Sony Ericsson: P800, T68,

Motorola: A803, T280i, TimePort 260C V1.1

Philips: Fisio 825/826

Samsung: X7700

Sky: IM6200

Handset supporting handsfree profile
Motorola: V525, V600

Nokia: 6310 / 6310i, 8910 / 8910i, 3650, 6230, 6600, n-Gage

Sony Ericsson: T68i / T68ie, T610, T613, T630, Z600

Siemens: S55, S56, SX1

Panasonic: X70

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Mic Problem Motorola L6?

dear customer,as your complaint about motorola l6,problem in mic...
to recover the problem first u would hav to taken to the service centre because the mobile would hav got dust in the mic if u clean it u can recover ur problem

Dec 20, 2008 | Cell Phones

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Our family dog chewed my son's LG Shine. The display works perfectly and you can make a call, however, the person you call cannot hear you. Appears that the voice transmitter is smashed. Phone is only...

there is no problem with the transmitter the microphone is gone .. microphone is the one which transmits voice signal what you talk to the transmitter ..

so by replacing the microphone your problem will be solved ..

if you are good at opening handset then you can do it by yourself it is not so much complex it is very easy to do it ..

after opening your handset just search for the mic( near where you keep mouth and speak in the phone) in some cells the mic will be on the opposite side of the motherboard of the cell so for that you must remove the motherboard too and replace that one ..

if you are afraid of opening then you can just visit the service technician or you can make use of warranty as it is a simple problem it doesnt costs much for you ...

thank you
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Sep 08, 2008 | Cell Phones

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People can't hear me!

There is no problem with your handset ....This problem is due to the loose contact by the mic ...
if you are good at opening the handset then just open the handset and then have a check near the mic ....
then try reconnecting everything .......

if problem persists then replace the mic with the new piece ...
the mic too much cheap to purchase .... but while purchasing just tell your handset model and take the compatible mic .........

after replacing there will be no problem at all from any end .......
your set is fine ... you dont have to worry too much ...
just spend a very very little money to take a new mic and replace it..
if you are not good at opening then just visit the technician ..........

any doubts reply me
i am always here to assist you
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It seems your mic problem. Mobile phones microphones are are used to get such defect. Motorola mic is ractangle type SMD(surface mount device) and replacement needs some skill. If you don't have enough knowledge please don't try to do yourself. Give it to skilled technician, he will replace it with new one but will charge you little.

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you need to have the mic on the phone board take it to professional mobile store to have them replace it.

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lo m8 sounds like ur mic is faulty or possibly u could have a software problem.try to replace your mic or get ur fone reprogramed.if you dont want to try your self then try these guys they good an cheap.

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