My phone cuts out and powers down during calls. The backlight is the first sign that I am going to lose connect. AT&T said that the phone must be turned off periodically to allow updated information to be added when the phone turns back on. I have not heard about anything like this in a while. She compared it to a computer that says you must power down to receive updated information, when in fact new computers simply tell you to go to their site and download the updated information. Please give the scoop as I am tired of getting the run around.
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1. try to switch on the loudspeaker or connect a headset. in case you can hear your partner this way there must be a hardware problem with the phone's smaller speaker. Often as a result of firmly hitting (dropping) the phone.
2. make a test call and try to change the volume during the call. (However, I don't think it can be a problem since power off/on cycle resets the volume to a default value)
This has happened because you signed up for Facebook during the initial setup ( when you first powered on the phone ) or in friend stream .
Now you need to go to settings > accounts and sync > click on Facebook and uncheck contact sync from there .
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I think it's mostly due to the following: phone is off, lose of connection, bad reception area, network is down. But if none of these are going with your phone then try this. Go to your phone settings> phone or network (depending on menu) and disable 'call forwarding'. It may be set to go to your vm automatically with no delay (0 seconds waiting time). I hope these suggestions work. Regards
There is a little rectangle shape thing next to the lg logo on the top of the fone screen. If this is blocked by screen protector it will cause the phone to blank of during calls. Its a power saver that blanks the phone when its near your face. Try it. Take off the screen protector & make a call. Then place your finger over the little thing & the screen goes blank. Just cut a lil space in the screen protector & that will fix the problem
update its software with usb cable and internet connection. go to nokia official web site and download software updater and then connect ur phone with pc or laptop and do as directed in it it will update your software of your phone ,it may take 15 min make first that 1:phone is full charged. 2:dont take calls during the process. 3:see that connection of pc to internet & pc to phone cant be disturbed.
Try a reset. Hold down the power key at the same time as the round home key until phone powers down. Release buttons only when you see the apple logo, then wait a min or two for phone to re-boot. You will not lose any data on the phone.
If this does not work, try an actual system reset. Sync iPhone to computer to back up essential data ie contacts apps etc, then go to settings general and reset. Reset all settings as a last resort. This will give you a fresh start and should sort out the majority of any bugs the phone has. A resync with you computer will restore apps etc.
You would need to go into the Setting Menu and find the Backlight or Power setting to lengthen the display and keypad backlight times. Just know that your battery life will decrease the higher the settings especially since it is a VGA screen.