CANNOT COMPLETE CONNECTION WITH SOME OF MY CONTACTS,
INCLUDING THE ECHO/SOUND TEST CONTACT. SOMETIMES I GET A MESSAGE THAT CALL COULD NOT BE CONNECTED OR WAS CANCELLED , OR SYSTEM IS BUSY, TRY AGAIN , AND OTHER TIMES, IT RINGS ONCE THEN IT GOES INTO HOLD MODE, AND WHEN I SELECT RESUME IT DOES NOTHING.
I have now discovered that when this was bought it had the latest software installed which I checked, now there is a new software release from Netgear, I installed this and the problem has gone, it is a shame that Netgear does not notify its customers that this problem will occur, instead it has cost me time and money in abortive calls. Having requested help from Netgear in 72 hours they keep sending emails "We are looking into it and a Technician is on the case"! About as much good as a chocalate teapot.It seems that you have to resolve everything yourself with the help of the internet, thank god for that.
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Your best bet is to consult the documentation that came in with your Kindle.
You also download the manual online, or
Contact Amazon for help.
I am including a link for Kindle Support.
Best of Luck,
JP Fire Kindle Echo Support
see the diagram attached, you can have wrong connection. However clean the contacts and test the wires.God bless you he speakers are not connected properly.
Check the speaker connections.
The sound level on the rear or center speakers is turned down.
Adjust the sound levels.
The receiver is not in the proper surround mode.
Set the receiver to a surround mode.
The speaker settings are incorrect.
Check the settings as per the user's manual.
Connect the phone with the PC using Bluetooth connection option. FOllow on Phone -> Menu -> Multimedia -> Bluetooth -> Data Transfer -> Phonebook -> Send All All the COntact files will get copied to the "C:\Users\Admin\Documents\Bluetooth Folder" or Similar such folder... Enjoy Guys... Its Foolproof & does not need any kies, PC Suit or similar softwares
Sounds like you have a bad set of jacks. This typically occurs when the female ports on an electronic device begin to fail. The inside of these audio and video ports have a contact pin that the male connector comes in contact with when inserted into the female port. A little adjustment of the female pin connection will usually do the trick. You may also want to check the solder joints or connections.Sometimes they begin to break and lose contact.
Hope this was helpful. Good luck.
Start Skype then click on Tools - then Options - Audio Settings then select your Microphone. Then click on Video settings - then select your webcam, your image should now appear. Select your Receive and Show video options - suggest you use Only people in my contact list Click SAVE (your settings) To add people to your Contact list - Click on Contacts (at the top) - then New Contact and follow the instructions. You can also test your Skype by click on Echo / Sound Test Service.
If you still have problems, get back to me. Have fun
If possible take it into your cell providers store and ask them to check it. They should be able to do a battery test and a software check for free of charge. If they are no help check the brass contacts on both your battery and phone. They might be making intermittent contact or be corroded. Also check for water damage. There should be a small sticker, if its pink its water damage. It could also be a defective battery, but don't buy one. Try to find someone that has one and borrow it to test. Good Luck
Pat, the circuit board might be the issue here. There is another possibility.
Sometimes the contacts that connect to the place do not make good contact. You can try to carefully bend the contacts after removing the plate to create a tighter fit. Be careful not to move/force the little bar where the contacts are connected to.
Cleaning the contacts with denaturalized alcohol might work too.