My phone never used too do this until latley. the problem is every time I bump the direct connect button it chirps the last person that I had connected too. Could you tell me how to keep this from happening anymore? My boss tells me to put my keypad in lock mode but then you have to unlock it in order to use the phone. Thats a pain! Can you help me to get my phone back too its old self again? Thanks for your help.
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The right button on the right top that brings back the last dialled number may be the culprit. Check to see if a long press on this button redials the last number. If so, then the clip is pressing it too long. Can you avoid using the clip or modify the clip so as not to press this button.
follow this sequence. press #, then star, then menu and then your right arrow on your phone. in sequence and in that order.then scroll down 7 places and you will see IMEI/SIM ID/SN hit your ok button and you will see your sim Id
You will have to have the internet on your phone and e-mail to yourself
to your personal computer.. (or) you have to install nokia phone browser for nokia phones and connect usb cable to your computer from your cell. try it
Sounds like the microphone in the handset came loose or went bad. Turn the phone off. Press and hold buttons 1, 2, and 3 while turning phone back on. This puts you in self test mode. Follow instructions on screen until you get to audio loopback test. Put phone to your ear and talk like you normally would. If test fails the mic is bad. Take it in to a service center.