The problem I have is that on a regular basis like every second call or so, when someone calls me, or I make a call, the person on the other end cannot hear me talking. I can hear them clearly. The call conects, but it seems to be like one way traffic. But then the next call may work ok. The other thing that has happened, is after using Easyroam, overseas, and coming back home, the phone does not ring whena a call comes through, however other sounds and notifications work.
This happenes to me two or three...this solution may sound wierd, but i just start pressing the arrows bottons (down and side to side) a few times..and everytime i did this it worked...tried it.. see if it works!!!!!
This has happened to me twice with 2 Treos including the 700P. Each time I brought it to the local service center and they told me it was a malfunctioning microphone in the device and they replaced the phone.
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Call your service provider. They can see where the last triangulation of Cells occured and tell you (within 150') where it was when they last polled it. Cell phones regularly send out signals looking for a carrier (tower) and usually more than one will register the poll. They do that even when turned OFF.. until the battery dies.
Actually, if you hang up on the two calls, the one call isnt "really" hung up on. Example:
Bob hasa treo and is talking to Phil & Jane swapping back & forth. Bob says goodbye to Phil and hangs up and both calls appear to get disconnected. Jane's phone never hangs up. A few seconds later, BOb's Treo rings again... it's Jane. But to Jane, it's the same call. She was never disconnected. Bob just clicks answer and he's back...
Greetings to all. I have just purchased a palm treo 650. It was unlocked so I was told, but it was not a GSM, It was a CDMA, My carrier is T Mobile and I dont know what I could to Make It Work, as t mobile has a sim card and this treo 650 does not. Is there any thing I could do to solve this problem?
I have personally had every Palm Treo ever made. I am also currently a 755p user and this is my second 755p that I have owned.
The problem that you are having is a common one and one that I have seen from every Treo that I have owned. I have found though that many of the problems that people have with their Treo's is that they do not turn them off and on again on a regular basis. I have found that if I power off my Treo for a few minutes in the morning and again mid way through the day that I have a lot fewer problems then ever before.
This is about all the help I can give for the problem that you are having, I have always loved the Palm platform Treo's, but there are a lot of problems that come with owning one and as a multi Treo owner I have learned to just live with them and try new things to see if they will work, but the suggestion that I gave above has helped with my screen blackouts and made owning my Treo's much nicer then before.
The 650 seems to have a delicate headphone/mic jack. Dropping the phone, even gently, seems mess up that jack. I returned my first treo 650 as defective, and got a new one. The same thing happened to my new 650 after I simply compressed the phone in my breast coat pocket by holding my mail against my chest.
I can't get a new one because the replacement treo comes with no warranty of any kind. :(
My advice would be to find a PDA/phone repair service to repair the jack or diagnose the problem if it turns out not to be the jack.