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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
according to the manual, you can only adjust the volume whilst you are receiving a call . on the central scroll button press the right hand side ( as you look at it) until it reaches the desired level. hope this helps , j.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
SOURCE: I can barely hear people speak.
To adjust the volume on the Nokia 2600 simply have someone call you and use the "arrow keys" to the left and right of the "menu" key. The volume will show as a line bar, the center of this bar is adequate for most people. When you hang up, the setting will remain.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
when the call is in progress just press right or left arrow key of your keypad it will show the volume.thanks and take care of yourself
Posted on Apr 28, 2009
Monitor volume is affected by TWO volume controls (or even three...)
1: Volume on the monitor can be set to 80%
2: Main Volume on the COMPUTER can be set to your liking.
3: Wave volume on the computer mixer settings should be set for 80% (See Sound on your control panel or right click your volume control near the clock)
If all these are right and the volume is still low, check that the audio is not set for surround 5 or 7 channel and the monitor audio connector is plugged into the REAR green connection on the computer.
Still problems, the audio driver in the monitor is shot.
Posted on Apr 16, 2010
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Had the same problem with the BT250v 'connected' to my Nokia 6021. When connected to my notebook, the 250 did produce sound, so decided the Nokia was the problem. Fixed the problem by doing a full reboot of the phone like this:
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Phone: Delete the BT connection to the Jabra (in BT settings)
Phone: Switch off BT
Phone: Turned off the phone (I've even removed the battery)
Phone: Turned on the phone
Phone: Switch on BT
Jabra: Turn on the 250 for detection
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