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Try going to your phone contacts section and look for voice mail option then click on it and listen to the instructions. When you first set voice mail up you then choose a password. You also can call your phone carrier for help.
IF you are in Windows 7: -
1. Click "Control Panel" > "Sound" > "Recording"
2. Place cursor over "Microphone - Logitech Wireless Headset Default Device".
3. Right Click and select "Properties"
4. Click the "Listen" Tab
5. Uncheck the "Listen to this device"
6. Click "Apply",. and "OK"
That will eliminate you hearing any nose picked up by the microphone. Others will still be able to hear your voice as long as you have the headset as your default microphone.
Sound travels through different kinds of matter. Sound travels through gases, liquids and solids. 1. Hold a plastic bag of water against one of your ears. Cover your other ear with your hand. Have someone hold a ticking clock against the bag of water. Listen. 2. Keep the clock in the same place. Remove the bag of water. Listen. 3. Place a block of wood between your ear and the clock. Listen. Do you hear the clock best through the air, the water or the wood?
B. 1. Place the clock 20 cm away from your ear and listen to the ticking. 2. Have your partner hold the clock at the 20-cm mark on the meter stick. Place your ear at the end of the meter stick and listen. 3. Have your partner hold a metal rod to your ear and place the clock against the rod 20 cm away from your ear. Listen. Does sound move differently through some solids than it does through others?
C. 1. Take the plastic cups (telephone) and hold your cup to your ear while your friend talks slowly and clearly into the other cup. Keep the string tight. How does it work? What is vibrating? How do the vibrations of your friend's voice reach your ear? 2. Can a third person talk and listen if another cup with a string is attached? Take the separate cup with the string and attach it to the first line. Keep all strings tight while one friend talks into one cup and the other two friends listen. Can you hear the message of the third party? How many lines could you attach? Does each addition weaken the vibrations?
I think as you have experienced that when you open the slide the connection to the earpiece is coming on. Hence it will be good if you will be able to opne out to check this sliding action, the moving flexible cord or the earpiece. If you are not familiarr with open such a delicate instrument then keeping this in mind please ask for help from a nearest mobile serrive shop. The openiong may be tricky and you may end up damaging the already working phone.Since this is not a big failure you need not worry about a huge bill but can be sorted out while waiting. Hope yout try this out. Good day
Mic issues can be tricky. Knowing what operating system you are using would help diagnose the issue.
First the simple things. Make sure your mic is plugged into the correct jack. It should be red. Second, you need to open your sound mixer and make sure your mic is not muted or the volume turned all the way down. Either of these will cause you not to be heard.
You can also open the sound settings in your control panel, it is the icon that looks like a speaker if you are using Vista/7. Under the recording tab, make sure you see your mic/headphones/etc (what ever you are using as a mic) in the list. Make sure it has a green check mark on it indicating it is the default device. You can then double click it and select the levels tab to ensure your volume is not all the way down on the mic. You can also click on the listen tab. Place a check in the listen to this device box and click apply. You should now be able to hear your own voice as you speak into the mic over your speakers. It gives you a way to troubleshoot the mic functions. Once you can hear your voice, remove the check and click apply again to return to normal.
Make sure you can hear your voice without Google Talk. It most likely is not the application causing your problem. If, however, your mic works on everything but Google Talk, then we need to do more troubleshooting. Let me know if this resolves your issue.
Receiving Calls 1. To answer a call, touch or open the slide. If the slide is closed, simply slide it up. If the slide is closed, press the Voice Commands key twice, then touch . If the slide is open and the touch buttons are lit, touch . NOTE If you touch Left Soft Key [Quiet] while the phone is ringing, the ringing or vibration is muted for that call. NOTE If you touch Right Soft Key [Ignore] while the phone is ringing, the call will end.
Mute Function The Mute Function prevents the transmission of your voice to the caller. To quickly activate Mute touch Left Soft Key [Mute], then to unmute touch Left Soft Key [Unmute].
NOTE! while doing this you must call someone then while talking with him touch Left Soft Key [Unmute] to Unmute
Hope it help you out ^_^ try download the manual if you loose it http://www.cellphones.ca/upload/manuals/lg-vx-8500-manual.pdf