When I am on the phone the people on the other end of the line, they can hear me, but I can't hear them.
The sound is turned up and I can hear ring tones etc from my phone.
Can you help me please?
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In this case check the volume of you're Handheld, If it is low, Increase the volume and check still if it is not working you need to walk into the service center to check the speaker of you're Handheld.
your ear piiece went bad those two fine line what runs up to the ear piece is probaly destroyed by opening and closing the phone its the first problem on this phone but if you put it on speaker the person would be able to hear u. you problem who not want ppl hear your buisness i felt the same way
if this issue persists on speakerphone or not, it depends on if this is a software problem. if they still cant hear you when you put them on speaker then they still wont be able to hear you. if that is the case, contact your provider for a link to dowload the most up to date software.....
if it only works when you put them on speaker phone, contact your wireless provider or RIM (1-877-255-2377) to replace or repair the phone
I can only try and answer the question, but asking you some questions, sorry, not enough details. But try these so you can identify if settings are the issue or a malfunction in the mic. You may have tried these, but the more info you give, the better the answer.
Did this just all of a sudden happen? Or has it been happening for a long time (up to the time you got the phone)? Do you have a corded/wireless headset? Do you see on your screen, in the top left corner of the display, an icon of a phone with a red X overlaying the mouthpiece? This is an indication that the phone is muted. Press the top of the phone the button that has the icon symbol of a speaker with a slash through it. This toggles the mute.
i dropped my phone and after i called my buuddy frm my o2xda mini i cant hear the voice from the other line ,bt she/he can hear me ...please help me what 2 do ..i can still play mp3 from my phone and the speaker is stil working is their a software to direct the caller sound to the speaker???
The ipaq has no phone-capable speaker system. The speakers in a phone are designed to allow the user, but no others, to hear the conversation. ipaq speakers do not have this capability. Also, the speaker and microphone are on the same end of the system. If HP had intended the ipaq for phone use, they would be higher quality, and on opposite ends of the device.