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Not all sound cards support Microphone Boost. The simplest way to find out in Windows XP is to open the Windows Volume Control. If a speaker icon is displayed at the lower right hand corner of the Windows Desktop double-click it. If no speaker icon is displayed then click the Windows Start button and select "Run..." In the Open box enter sndvol32.exe and click the OK button. This will open the Windows Volume Control. Select "Advanced Controls" from the Windows Volume Control's Options menu. You should see an "Advanced" button near the lower right hand corner of the Windows Volume Control screen. Click the Advanced button. If the "Advanced Controls for Microphone" screen shows a check box for "Microphone Boost" then check that box and click Close. Now try making a test recording and see if it works.
Now, If you do not find this option, I found an amazing video that might just do the trick. Click on the link and view how to see the hidden "Mickey" :). Mic Boost.
The SIM card in a i730 slides out of the side of the phone. Remove the battery and simply slide the card to the right toward the push to talk button. Once removed you will see a diagram that shows how to insert the new one. You need to insert it with the angled edge down to the left. If it is a new SIM card you will need a SIM copier to copy the contacts from one card to another (if you want to) You will also need to activate the new card before using it. Go to a Nextel store for this or try customer service.
I have the same problem and i have yet to figure it out. Im taking the phone to sprint for fixing or i could just call them and maybe that would solve it over the phone. will post answer with in the next 7 hours
This can be either, more difficult or very simple. What you can do, is
once received under the LEFT snake eye ** the left DOT ** there may be
an option for REPLY, if not go to the WEB, under text message, you just
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With this problem, you should be able to Delete the SENT msgs by either going to the sent menu, and choosing OPTIONS, and delete all, if the option is not there, you may need to delete them under the Settings on the phone, for the SENT ADDRESS, you should be able to simply chose either back/delete any of those options should work well. Please let me know how it goes Thanks Justin Please Rate Me
If you have the feature, then you just need to call your Voice mail under messages, or call your phone from a secondary line * preferably a land line * and call your cell number, once the voice mail prompt starts enter * and it should prompt for a password which the default is the last 7 digits of your cell ** everything after the area code ** and it should all work, Let me know how it goes, thanks Justin Please Rate Me :)