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Normal phone mode not working?

My K800i will only work with the earpiece and the loudspeaker  you can not hear it to receive or talk as with the normal phone

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Your talk speaker maybe faulty or broke.

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When I call people, they can't hear me. What is wrong with my phone?


Your mouthpiece or receiver's earpiece might be not functional. To make sure, please record something and try playing it. If you can hear what you recorded, your mouthpiece is fully functional. Tell the receiver to increase the earpiece volume.Now test whether the receiver earpiece is not working. Tell the receiver to set his phone is speakerphone mode. If he can hear what you say in speakerphone mode, then the receiver's earpiece is not fully functional.

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I have a lg env3 phone, i can hear the caller, but the caller can't hear me. could it be the battery?


No, that is not due to battery. Your mouthpiece or receiver's earpiece might be bad. To make sure, please record something and try playing it. If you can hear what you recorded, your mouthpiece is fully functional. Now test whether the receiver earpiece is not working. Tell the receiver to set his phone is speakerphone mode. If he can hear what you say in speakerphone mode, then the receiver's earpiece is not fully functional.
Hope this helps.

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When i get a call, and i answer the phone, i cannot hear the person, although they can hear me, i have to put the phone on loudspeaker for me to hear them, which i don't always want to do.


Hello,

The problem with your phone is that the earpiece on your phone is bad that is why you cannot hear the party calling you or hear anything while you call.

All you need to do is to replace the earpiece on your phone and you will see that you can hear whoever you are talking to on your phone.

Change the earpiece on your phone and you will see that the problem is solved. meanwhile, you can keep using the headset pending the time you will replace the earpiece.

Take care.

Sep 02, 2010 | Nokia E71 Smartphone

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When i make a call cant hear anything but when i switch to loudspeaker its working can u help


Hello,

The problem with your phone is that the earpiece on your phone is bad that is why you cannot hear the party calling you or hear anything while you call.

All you need to do is to replace the earpiece on your phone and you will see that you can hear whoever you are talking to on your phone.

Change the earpiece on your phone and you will see that the problem is solved.

Take care.

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The main speaker (receptor) do not work


Hello,

The problem why you cannot hear the person you are talking to with the one at the top front(the main earpiece) is that the front earpiece of your phone is bad that is you cannot hear anything unless you put it on speaker.

All you need to do is to replace the front earpiece of your phone and you will see that you will hear when you are talking to anyone.

Change the front earpiece as advice and you see that you will hear your conversation when calling or receiving calls.

Take care.


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try to change a new ear piece to make a good out of voice from your caller....

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okk. before replacing ur earpiece.. check it with ur headphones. if they u can hear to them and there is no other faut expect the earpiece. u can also check using loudspeaker

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My W910i will only let me talk with it on loudspeaker


It is because you have some trouble with your earpiece. If you're able to do it yourself, just buy an earpiece stating your model, it's not so costly, and it is not difficult to change it. If you have any doubt about changing it post back.

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I am unable to hear sound when i make call or receive call in normal mode.


Hi everyone, after spending sometime scouring the internet to no avail in order to fix this problem it suddenly occurred to me that the little holes in the earpiece may have become blocked from sitting around in my pocket. I have carefully cleaned all three of them with a pin and Hey Presto I can hear fine again without going on loudspeaker. Rgds Bill

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