There are two possible sounds you may be referring to. One is Key Click, which can be changed at the phone in the Program menu. Most likely, though, you are talking about End-to-End Signalling. This is a system-wide setting called EES. It is either on or off. Your system administrator should be able to make the change.
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Go to Settings > SOUND > Silent mode (No sounds except media and alarms). If this is ticked (on), it means umts smartphone alarm will sound even if you make the phone silent. Regarding the loud sound even after reducing ringer volume, no idea for this.
To turn the ringer down on the FF-950 Phone, turn the phone on by pressing the talk button. While the phone is on, press the up and down arrow buttons under the "review" button setting. Depending on whether you press the left or right buttons will give you the option of setting your tone to low, medium, high, or loud settings for volume.
The Volume function of that phone is controlled by the up down vol button on the phone. the only time it does anything is when that function is being used. ie. when you have the handset in hand the vol buttons control the handset volume, while the phone is ringing the buttons control the ringer volume etc.
Yours is a little different from mine, but maybe this will help some, I hope. On the "talk" side, there is a button (2nd from right on mine) which says "loud" over the button, and "ringer" under the button. Pushing the button once gives you the soft ring. Pushing the button again will give you the loud ring. If you have gone to the loud ring, you will get the loud ring on the first time. Then you can push it again to get you back to the soft ring. I hope this helps.
Did the location change, a Echo from a wall or vibration from the table. It is a one way sound, someone talks and you hear. As soon as you talk it cuts out the speaker even if they are still talking and it transmitts what you say. So any noise in the room could trigger the the transmit mode even an echo from the sound being turned up too loud. The mike is on the bottom of the base and can pick up table vibration and send it into transmit mode. So the person talking cuts in and out.
have you tried going into profiles, and turnng the volume to loud, if so and that does nto work, whe nsomebody calls pressthe up and down button to turn volume up, if that does ntowork, you have a fault in your sound that will only let you hear on loud speaker, if those do not work, take your phone to a phone shop n fix it, it does not cost much or go to www.ebay.com to get a nw speaker. hoep this helps.
If it's in warranty, I would send it back. It sounds like a problem with the built-in amplifier and possibly other components.
The squealing and echo is down to gain being too high, if you cannot set this on the phone, then it's a fixed value in the hardware. If you can, lower the gain. As for not being able to end the call, what about pressing the "c" button or the green button again?