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Might your push to talk or PTT button had stuck up or the switch itself,if this feature is not activated in your country,better remove the switch if it is not working anymore,resoldering the 4 terminal of that switch and detaching it will solve the problem, message will no longer appear on screen as well it will not hang anymore that affects the other keys,if you can provide replacement,much better.remove front cover and unscrew 2 screw on the top,release the side clips of the keypad board located at the back housing,now unsrew 2 screw at the bottom,lift up the entire module and start working on the ptt switch.
Otherwise, bring it to a service center to fix this problem.
ITS NOT A PROBLEM OF YOUR PHONE AT ALL YOU SERVICE PROVIDER MAY NOT HAVE THE FACILITY OPERTE PTT FACILITY IN THE NETWORK IF THE FACILITY IS AVALIBLE CALL THE CUSTOMER CARE TO SEND THE SETTINGS FOR PTT AND WHEN YOU RECIVE IT SAVE IT TO YOUR PHONE AND RESTART THE PHONE AND YOU CAS USE IT
Button on side is not for answering calls.
PTT or Push To Talk allows you to use your mobile like a walkie talkie. It is dependant on your network operator running the service.
Quote from Pocket lint: To use the function you must first create a group or individual in your phone menu and send an SMS invitation to those you wish to join. Once your contacts are set up, your phone shows which members have their handsets switched on with push-to-talk enabled, in the same way that instant messaging works online. By pushing a single button on the handset, you are connected with one person or with your group. There is no need to dial numbers, nor do the recipients need to answer calls. You simply push a button and talk. As with a walkie-talkie, anyone in the group hears you almost instantaneously. The talking is one way with only one person able to speak at a time. Unlike walkie-talkies, which are infuriatingly dependent on distance, push-to-talk has no such limitations.
You should be able to disable PTT in the Nokia menu, which is best if your network doesn't support it. Plus you won't keep cutting off calls.
Make sure to always switch off your phone by pressing the On/Off switch.
Before receiving or sending files via bluetooth, press the menu button for 2 seconds, this will show you how many applications are in use, press C to switch them off, (except bluetooth).
Check that your phone memory isn't over full with pics, videos etc...
You could try a reset input: *#7780# Restores factory settings.