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It sounds like the Micophone on your machine is 'clogged up' or dirty. it is a very small opening and can easily get blocked.
Clean it out and all will be fine. If not, then you need to get it to a Service Centre for repair.
Also ; GOOD telephone practice is to speak close to the microphone and not point the microphone away from your mouth.whilst talking.
Ok, it is locked. You need to go to the carrier that carries this phone and have it unlocked. Just went through this with an HTM phone. NoOne would bother with it. the right simm card is needed because they are not all thhe same size nor is the primary data the same.I ended up trashing it. Good Luck with your phone.
Your only option here is to call your service provider and have them place a lost/stolen feature on it so it cannot be used by whomever took it. Tracing the phone is not possible. Unless you get the phone back your messages and any other information stored on the phone is lost. I suggest calling you provider immediatley as any charges before you report it stolen will be your responsibility (Unless you live in California).
well, who's password is that? there's no way for us to fix it here, but, if you know somebody that has a communicator nokia or 9210 , put the memcard in it and it can be fix there by formatting it but, and if not your going to bring it to the cervice center they are going to read your codes or reformat your memcard..