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Hello, First diagnose the problem using the reset button or change to other profile. Is voice coming through Music player??? If its not coming then there is problem in internal stereo speaker. Just repair to service center.
usually when you reset phones you have to go into settings then into phone settings and its in the security section the password is the last 4 digits of you cell phone number unless you changed it and there is an option that says restore phone and go to that then press ok and it will set everything back to factory default
you might want to try reinstalling the firmware for the phone. you will need to find a piece of software called lg download. and then also to find the drivers file called something like the vx8800dll.msi for the lg download software. then also need to find the firmware image file to flash onto it. try humpa's verizon downloads site. good luck
The Venus, as with just about all phones using the standard 12-button dial pad, use the # button, which is the bottom right button, as the default space button.
I'm going to guess that you're asking this because when you're texting and you try to use that button to insert a space the phone freezes, locks up or crashes completely. If that's the case, then you'll want to bring your phone into your local Verizon Wireless store to get the software updated. I believe it's software version v03 (might be v04....) that fixes that particular problem. You can check your software version by going into Setting & Tools > Phone Info > SW/HW Version.
The V-Cast PC program will search your hard drive for music to collect
into its database - a step you may skip - and then open up a browser
not unlike iTunes. From V-Cast you can purchase new music, transfer
tunes from CD or move music to the Venus. Using the included USB plug,
the Venus will sync with the PC. Drag and drop songs or full albums or
playlists into the designated Venus area on the PC screen. Each song
transfers in about five seconds. Like the iPod, the Venus will also
automatically charge when connected to a PC - still a rarity among
music phones today.