On my wife's E815 the sound suddenly started going in and out. I have been able to determine that it also affects a bluetooth headset linked up but not a wired headset. When playing MP3s it also cuts in and out unless the wired headset is plugged in. Can this be fixed easily or inexpensively or should we just get a new phone.
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To send pictures from your phone, ensure your phones bluetooth is tuned on, also the phone you are trying to send the picture to should have his bluetooth turned on.
If it requires pairing, pair the devices by sending a file to the phone then it requires you to pair up the devices. Enter the same passwords on both phones and it will be paired, then your pictures will go to through.
If it does not, then it means your bluetooths version is different from that which you are sending the pictures to.
Try to send the pictures to a similar kind of phone.
Here is a link for your phone at motorola. If you cannot get there by just clicking the link, then copy and paste. http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/e815VZW_9491A79O.pdf Or just copy and paste the main www.motorola.com
It sounds like one of the charging prong contact is lose inside.
to determine this turn off your phone and try to put it to charge.
if the phone powers up by it self. then that is the issue. and only someone with the right tools and knowledge can solder the contact/connector back the the main board.
If any questions please ask.
quit using car charger it tells it is full when u know its not i bet it shows full charge even though u know its not play around with a video or the web it will decrease battery indicator then hook it up let me know if that worked cuz thats what i do and it works
This exact issue happened to me: I left my phone off for 2 days (unplugged), turned it back on and the internal speaker started working normally again. The phone worked normally for over a month after this.
Yesterday, the earpiece speaker stopped working again after the phone fell out of my pocket. I suspect a loose connection or something similar, but I've had my phone off for the last day and will let you know whether or not it starts working again.
Put your phone in "Discovery Mode" Most phones can get there by going to Menu/Settings/Tools/Bluetooth. If you don't have Bluetooth option here, your phone probably doesn't have bluetooth capability.
Then, on your bluetooth hold down the big button until the blue light stays. If you have a bluetooth that you flip, make sure it is closed first, press down the button until the light appears and then flip the bluetooth open. that should leave the light on. as the light stays on and your phone on discovery mode they should be able to locate each other.