Question about Cell Phones
With the phone in call mode (dial tone) press the volume button once so see the earpiece volume level - us the up or down button to set that correctly. Push the volume button again & a squareish icon on the display show you are in speaker mode. The same +/- appears so turn that one to low. Repeat that on any related handsets.
hit the speakerphone button and turned the volume all the way down, it only goes down to a preset minimum, then turned speakerphone off again and turned the volume for regular handset mode all the way down too and try dial out to see what happens, if the problem still persist, contact your network service provider to help fix it, the problem might be from there end.
Posted on Jul 08, 2010
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