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The volume on the ear phone is very low. there is a code that lets you change volume on it and lets you test screen etc but i cant remember it

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Try to press #*R*LL*L* R=right L=left on the menu key

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Cellphone volume decrease due to following reasons you can resolve if you go through it.

1.If you have recently changed any Cellphone Panel, you have to check whether Ear Volume holes are perfect or not..for new panels it wont have Holes proper make it clear.

2.Remove the Dust between Ear Speaker and Panel.

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Try the code below at your own risk. I will not be liable for any damage this may cause to your phone.

Type the following codes on standby menu

*#0206*8378#

after typing you will be presented to a Test Mode menu
Select H/W Test
Select Audio Settings
Select IIS Normal (option 10) this is the normal volume for the phone. Scroll down to select Rx vol. then change level 14 to a higher value. Maximum is 30,000, i set mine at 5000
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IM HAVING PROBLEMS WITH MY PHONE. I CAN BEARLY HEAR MY PHONE RING WHEN I GET A CALL. THE VOLUME IS ON 7 BUT STIL I CANT HEAR.


Increasing Loudness in Earpiece as well as Headset

# Goto Test Mode by presing *#0206*8378#
# Goto H/W test > Audio Setting > Goto Normal > Rx PGA > Change value maximum upto 254
# Goto H/W test > Audio Setting > Goto Normal > Rx Vol > Change value of each level by 5-20
# Goto H/W test > Audio Setting > Goto Normal > HFR gain > Change value maximum upto 20

# Goto H/W test > Audio Setting > MP3 Codec SPK > Increase the value for each level by 6 and set the 14th level 254
# Goto H/W test > Audio Setting > MP3 Codec EAR > Set 14th level as 248 and set value for other levels by decreasing the value by 7

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The code is: *#0206*8378#
Then go in: H/W Test > Audio Settings > MP3 spk

change 'ear gain' to 14.

Then, enter 'Rx vol.'....
I made this changes:
Level 1: 150
Level 2: 180
Level 3: 210
Level 4: 260
Level 5: 300
Level 6: 370
Level 7: 460
Level 8: 550
Level 9: 640
Level 10: 700
Level 11: 800
Level 12: 1000
Level 13: 1350
Level 14: 1400

I made this changes and the sound of mine became very loud now...
You can do your own changes, but don't abuse.


\o/

May 29, 2008 | Lands Phones

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