Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
make sure you check on volume settings first, but since you said the callers cant hear you too? this can be a hardware issue already, try powercycling the phone (turn off, remove battery, simcard, memory card) leave it for 2mins, put everything back in, turn it on. make a test call. if the same thing happens, you have to take it to a local tech for the mic and speakers to be replace. if you have tools for opening up a nokia phone, you can try and open it up, check on the tiny mic and speaker, just check for dust. dont remove any chip you see there. it may just be dusty, otherwise, it needs repair.
Posted on Apr 08, 2011
Make sure that ur microphone settings are fine or not.
Posted on May 30, 2011
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