Question about Cell Phones
While playing music on Pandora, I keep getting a busy sound like you hear on a telephone. No one is calling and I am not using the phone.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
johanita - have the phone speaker replaced.
oleg83 - ear piece speaker needs to be replaced
heyari - replaced the speaker
GUEST - replaced the speaker on the phone
tina-ehmm-72 - the ringer and ear piece needs to be replaced
hashah - replaced the speaker
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
All the bluetooth wireless headset are only capable of making/receiving voice calls.
its a bluetooth software which is installed on ur cell phone. it is not capable of listing the music through the BT headset. BT 1.1 Software version only lets you listen to mono.
BT 1.2, Version playing music through a BT headset while music is playing on laptops.
and again we need to find out what BT software version is on the phone and if sony erricsson came out with better BT software for your needs.
hope this little information helps.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
If your handset does not support stereo music on blue tooth headset, then you can not hear music on blue tooth head set. However you are able to answer and make calls through blue tooth headset.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
try to custom reset the handset
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this will erase ur contacts on the phone and perhaps sms;s too that are stored on the phone memory, but it may just make the speaker work too.
if it stil fails, change the flex connector and ur phone speaker will work fine.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
Guys- I have had the same problem with my speaker not working and it comes down to the spacing inside the phone. Some people have resolved the problem by placing a small piece of paper or credit card between the phone or the battery back. I actually took the back cover off, the battery off, and then unscrewed the 6 tiny screws to take the back of the phone off. You'll then see two small pins that act as spacers to keep the phone back off of the speaker and you can gently bend them upward a bit more and this totally worked for me. I noticed after I was using a leather pouch to hold the phone, the only way to take it out was the pinch the phone on that area, and was thus "smooshing" these pins down and not giving the speaker the appropriate spacing. You'll void your warranty by doing so - but you should be able to fix the problem.
Posted on May 16, 2010
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