Question about Cell Phones
What's the model and make of your phone? Actually, it's better for me to know the make and model to help you. Well, try this, plug in and unplug the head set several times. I would also recommend you to clean the interfaces of the headset on the phone (the headset connector). You can use a soft brush dampen with alcohol.
Please let me know with more details if the problem persists.
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Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This rings bells. On some of the early Nokia GSM phones, shorting out a certain combination of the contacts on the connector on the bottom of the phone would kick it irreversibly into the "headset" profile. Never did find out what this feature was for, but it was a real pain if you kept a buch of keys in the same pcket as your phone. Things that might help: 1. Changing profiles (perhaps set the phone to "meeting", then back to "general" 2. Finding and using "restore factory defaults" in the settings menu. A.
Posted on Apr 27, 2007
SOURCE: The headset symbol is showing
The headset jack is jammed.
Try blowing some compressed air in there and also insert a headset plug and wiggle it about to see if it knocks the stuck bit loose.
Posted on Mar 05, 2011
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