I have a problem with my new Nokia7373. when I'm speaking to callers the sound reverberates back at me which makes it hard to for them to understand what I'm saying. it's like a distorted feedback. I can hear callers ok when they are speaking though. I did not have this problem with my old L'Amour Nokia7373 which I bought a few years ago. I've had the handset replaced by customer services, but the new handset did the same thing. Is there a setting I can use to get rid of this distortion? I'd much appreciate any suggestions as noone seems to know what to do about this problem
Many thanks- Helen9537
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Maybe try going to your phone settings-
Then choose accessibility-
Next turn on your "TALK BACK" feature if you have one.
In your "TALK BACK" SETTINGS :
Change your volume settings to your preferred level
Probably turn off the sound feedback (it is annoying)
Then turn off the tone/pitch changes when speaking
For privacy you can choose to never speak typed keys on keyboard echo.
Make sure to check the speak caller id box
The main box to check is the speak notifications when screen is off.
(This feature is for the the blind or low-vision users.) I use it, but that is just because I am lazy and I don't want to unlock my phone or stop what I'm doing unless it is important to me at the time.
good luck... :)
Hi,<br />When she sees/hears the "call waiting" signal, she can press the "yes" button to switch to the caller who's waiting (this also puts the first caller on hold).<br />Then, if she wants to switch back, she should just press the "yes" button again.<br />If she wants to end the call with whomever she's *currently* talking to, just press the "no" button.<br /><br />Also, you can go here to download a free guide to using the Jitterbug (in PDF format): <a href="http://www.jitterbug.com/phones/pdfs/HowToGuide.pdf"><i><span class="f"><cite>www.<b>jitterbug</b>.com/phones/pdfs/HowToGuide.pdf</cite></span></i></a><br /><br />Hope this helps!<br />
<br />Let me know if you have any other questions,<br /><br />
if you cant hear caller voice. do one thing go to gallery and go to voice recorder and record some voice then save that then go to media and play recorded sound if its working means your loud speaker is working but not ear peic means (ear speaker) not working. so then you need to change ear speaker.you can do your self just watch video on online.
To clear a missed call alert you simply have to call back the caller. If you do not want to speak to the caller, call, then hang up quickly. I do this all the time when I don't want to talk to someone.
As you have mentioned that the caller can't hear you,the problem is in your speaker of your mobile kindly replace the speaker at near by service center so that you can get a good and permanent solution.
Same here. I tried many things but cannot ring it back to headset mode. I continuously see the headphone icon shown in the phone, so it seems that the phone thinks that it is still connected to earphones. Sometimes, it works fine, but mostly it does not. If I connect the phone on bluetooth earphones, it works fine. Any help will be appreciated.