ALL OF A SUDDEN SOMEONE CALLED... IT RANG BUT WHEN I ANSWERED . THERE WAS NO AUDIO.. SOME MINUTES LATER I SAW THE HEADPHONE SIGN WHICH SAYS THAT A HEADPHONE HAS BEEN CONNECTED WHEN NO HEADPHONE WAS CONNECTED. I DONT EVEN OWN ONE. WITH THE HEADPHONE SIGN THERE I WOULD NOT BE ABLE TO HEAR ANY SOUND... I HAVE RETURNED THE PHONE TO FACTORY SETTING... I DIDNT SOLVE THE PROBLEM... WHAT SHOULD I DO NEXT???
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Purchasing a new phone is easy and everyone is always in a hurry to use new phone but never go through the manual properly. You did the same you didn't put the battery on charge for 24 hours. Now to check your phone take another charged battery for nokia put it inside your phone and start it. It will deffinetly work. In order to revive your dead battery keep your battery on charge while the phone is switched off for minimum 24 hours. If it gets revived its ok or else purchase a new one.
based on my experienced there is an external connector,which you can connect the external headphone,possible cause # (1) clean the external terminal inside the board, remove all dust, dirt, or water drained in this area which is "corroded".goodluck!
I have a UK 6300 and having tried a different sim have the same problem. I rang vodafone (our service provider) and they gave me the unlock code. Apparently it is specific to each phone so you can't use a generic code. I am trying a turbo sim as I would love an iphone and the 6300 is the only sim locked phone we have to prove the method works. Unfortunately the turbo sim I have doesn't, even the replacement. If you know who the original service provider is (sometimes comes up on boot) it is worth giving them a call.