Question about Kyocera Cell Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
Clean out the headphone jack, the phone is dirty in there and thinks it has buds plugged in and you won't hear stuff just like that, there's many other reasons but that one happens to me most
Posted on Nov 16, 2016
First, check that you're not on headset or BT device.
Posted on Apr 24, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: volume low
I don't know how old the phone is but the ringer may have dirt or grime in it or it could be that it is failing and this would need a tech to replace.
Oh !!! have you fitted a leather case recently?
maybe the outlet on the phone is being covered by the case
Posted on Nov 23, 2007
SOURCE: 6600 ringtone
go to Profile in Menu
Ringing Tone- any ringtone u want
Ringing Type- Ringing
Ringing Volume- Full
Message Alert tone- any tone u want
Vibrating Alert- on
Posted on Mar 27, 2008
Hi. I'll try to explain but my english is not so good so please forgive me if my writing is too messy. I had the same problem and I discovered that the speaker system is very fragile. In my case the earpiece broke down because the phone fell down from about 2 feet but landed precisely on one of the upper corners, so when i decided to disassemble the phone to see what was going on I discovered that the speaker has two wires soldered to the "mainboard" but the back of the speaker also has to make contact with the board, so the problem was just that the speaker was NOT making contact with the "mainboard". I Just had to move it to the right position and "voila" the speaker was up and running again. No changing pieces, no soldering, Just moving a bit the earpiece, pretty simple, the only tricky part is to dissasemble the phone, you'll have to look up on the web how to do it and be cautious and patient. One final note, lately I've realized that my work was not so good because sometimes the speaker stops working but with a little subtle hit it's running again so I decided not to disassemble the phone again, it happened like two or three times but the last time was about 5 days ago. I hope this can be helpful to a lot of people with the same problem. Bye! Keep enjoying your sciphone!
Posted on Jun 05, 2009
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