I am facing a peculiar problem. When some one calls, I am unable to get the ringtone and even if I attend, I am unable to hear the other person speaking. I have put on the speaker to listen to the caller. The caller is able to hear me either ways. Switching off and on helps for few days. But unable to resolve the problem completely. Pls. help me.
My handset k800i will ring but when I answer the person on the other end can hear me but I canot hear them I have to put on the speaker mode but this is a pain, I phoned vodafone up they said it's a comon fault and that I have to send it back to them and will be charged. any help out there. Thanks Dewi
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sorry TO SAY BUT MA BE YOUR PHONE'S INTERNAL SPEAKER MAY NOT WORKING FINE,,,SO TRY ATTENDING THE CALL ON SPEAKER MODE..? IF STILL REAMINS THE SAME...THEN YOU MUST GO A MOBILE REPAIRING SHOP BECAUSE ITS NOT A SOFTWARE PRBLEM ITS HARDWARE PRBLEM..
You can stop this from touchscreen settings but i think that is not a good idea because he locks himself to stop you from touching the screen with face so you could end call or do something else that for sure you wouldn't like
this s bcoz of other music files for the ringtones i guess...may be that files might have got corrupted...jus try to update u r softwre for u r mobile and try it sir...then it will work for sure...plz reply if u have further problems!!!!
Mine does this periodically too, and it's really frustrating. I've found that it's apparently related to an internal switch in the 3.5 mm audio jack that gets STUCK in the mode as if headphones were plugged in, even when they are not. I've successfully (temporarily) solved it by tapping the phone into my desk to break loose the switch, by re-plugging and unplugging my headphones, or by wiggling them around while plugged in & then unplugging. Hope that helps. It's a design flaw for an otherwise great phone in my opinion.