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Hi, Just follow the steps Make a backup of contacts in your another sim. Switch-off your phone. 1. Press and hold three keys at a time; You will use three finger for pres three keys .dial switch 3 key(from key pad) star( *) and pres the on switch.
Green dial key, * Star key, No. 3 key Then Power on/off to switch on the phone. All switch will be pressed at a time.
.Soon an formatting text, will appear ,then stop pressing those switch, remember. 2. After a few minutes when the Full
phone formatting completed, your phone will back to original system and factory stetting. Hope this helps.
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Set your equalizer to you a V shape or U shape pattern, bass effect can only attain by adding a powered subwoofer, (amplifier and subwoofer). subwoofer without an amplifier doesn't sound good, your system doesn't have enough power to drive your subwoofer.
You have to press the STORE button. Also, this will only save to the preset you're on and has no effect on other presets. So if you're on preset 1 and you disable EQ then press STORE you've only turned it off for that preset. #2, 3, etc. will still be enabled.
After you press STORE will show you something like this:
STORE: ROCK VENUE Replacing U1 DJ Setup PRESS STORE TO ADVANCE
Rotate the DATA whell to select the program to be replaced and press STORE. The existing program (the one that had EQ turned on) will be replaced with the new program (the EQ turned off). If, for example, you do this to preset 1, now every time you dial to 1 you'll have the same, no EQ setting.
go to menu>applications>file manager>backup>options>backup now
this step is intended for content backup, if you don't care to lose your personal info skip it
1.first way to apply factory settings: go to menu>settings>phone>phone mgmt.>factory settings>yes
2.another way to apply factory settings:(three finger salute)
now switch off your 5800
while it's off press and hold these three buttons at the same time send(green button) + end(the red button) + camera button(found on the side)
while you're pressing these 3 buttons switch on your phone and hold on to the 3 keys until the hands video is infront of you
the phone then asks for date and so...
tell me if the problem persists and try to clarify it further ahead
i own a 5800 and may be i can be of help
Hold the "end" button down to see if device will boot up. If the "end" button is not the correct button for booting the device on, look to the top of your N73 where you might notice a button with a circle. If there is a button on the top of your Nokia N73 similar to what I described this will be your power on button, in which you will need to press down on the button until handset powers on.
Each channel strip has its own 3 band EQ with knobs that effect the hi, mid, and low.
The mid is centered at 2.5kHz and gives you 12dB of boost or cut in either direction, the high gives you 15dB of boost or cut from 12kHz and up, while the low gives you 15dB of boost or cut at 80kHz and below. At their mid positions these knobs are flat (no cut or boost).
The PPM808M also has two 9 band graphic EQs in the Master Output Section on the front panel, Monitor EQ and Main EQ. These two EQs are the last thing in the chain before the signal leaves the mixer on either of these line outs (monitor line out, or mixer line out).
The 'Monitor EQ' effects output to the monitor speakers on stage (and power amplifier if the 'Power Amp Routing' switch is pushed in).
The 'Main EQ' effects the signal to the main speakers (or the mixer line out).
Each of these 'Master Output' EQs has a Rumble Reduction button which when pressed in engages a low-cut filter which rolls off frequencies below 75Hz and is designed to prevent 'stage rumble' from things like footsteps on the stage being picked up by stage mics. These filters are separate from the graphic EQs and the Main Rumble Reduction switch effects only mono channels 1-6 (not stereo channels 7&8). It also has no effect on the EFX to MAIN or the TAPE IN. The Monitor Rumble Reduction switch however does effect the EFX to MON signal.