Question about GPS
Dear Henrych, you may have the volume all the way up, but there could be two possibilities on why this is happening.
1. Please perform a software update of the GPS. Possible software corruption on voice files and/or sound output corruption may be causing this.
2. Hardware failure at the sound output. Since you have not disclosed any more info about this try the following, if you can hear sound tones while pressing the touch screen then the sound output subsystem of the speakers (internal/external) is fine and I would check the software update. (Settings->System->Touch Tones->Turn off/on) The actual checking of the internal speaker could be done by trying to play a multimedia file while on headphones. This could give a better indication on why it is happening.
Please remember that if you are in the EU products have 24 months warranty so if you are entitled to a repair go to the service center first.
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Posted on Apr 04, 2008
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