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Go to settings and then notifications and sounds and change the way you want to receive notifications

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go to tracphone's website and look for how to buy and get more airtime for your phone.

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First thing to do is make sure Bluetooth is on for BOTH devices . Second thing is to make Both devices Visible. Third is to Scan for nearby devices. You will need to know the 'device name' of each phone. When you find the other phone on one device, click on it & it should ask you to 'Pair device'. You should then hear an 'alarm' tone & get a message in a box. (sometimes you need to 'pull-down' this message from the top of the screen, like you do to get the settings or wi-fi status). It will ask you if you want to pair & then give you a 'Pairing code'. This is what you type into the phone. The other phone will then get this & ask if you want to pair. Say yes & the two phones are paired ONE WAY. You need to repeat the process for the phones the other way around, so that the phones are paired in both directions. Remember, every time you get the 'alarm' tone, to check your 'pull-down' to see if the connection code is hidden up there.! Telling it to you is more complicated than actually doing it.!!! Best of luck.

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NO it is now just a piece of junk , replace it

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You have to use one or the other. If you use the earpiece or headphones, you have to use one with a microphone in it. If you use the speaker in the phone, you have to choose it from settings during the call and use the phone's microphone and speaker.

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Possibly that particular SIM and your Motorola V3 do not play nicely together. Separate them and everything works.

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hit the sound icon on your desktop rightclick it, go to Recoringtools turn down the microphone! As in the picture.
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Contact your existing carrier of the Helpdesk of the manufacturer, I think could be ya best bet

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No you can't use that battery as it is too many volts and will fry the circuit boards!

$10 is cheap, $7.00 is better with free postage.

Amazon com Motorola MD681 Cordless Phone Battery Ni MH 2 4 Volt 1500 mAh...

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If the rest of the laptop works and you can still hear audio through the headphones. Buy and replace the speaker:
https://en.accessoires-asus.com/?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI27rs6-ba2AIVDrvtCh0y-wwhEAAYASAAEgLRbvD_BwE
If not it might be the power supply and that would explain the jolt and the red beam.

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contact your service provider . I think they might tell you that SIM cards are not supposed to be removed once installed .

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Replace the data cord and try to connect it will work

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The problem is probably the AC adapter. If you have a voltmeter you can see what voltage is on the adapter output plug going to the base unit. Unplug the small plug from the base unit and measure. Since the batteries are 3.6 v, the power adapter plug needs to be something greater. Maybe 4.5 v. It should say on the AC adapter what it puts out (volts and max current). Usually the center is negative and the outside barrel of the plug is positive. Put the volt meter to 5v DC and put the black lead in the plug center and the red lead to the outside barrel of the small plug. If you measure a negative voltage, switch the leads. Make sure the Volt meter is not in current mode or you will be shorting the adapter at its output plug. If you get a reading larger the 4 volts then the problem is probably inside the base. There should be some circuitry to minimize charging current to the battery,.

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Your phone may be network carrier locked! Means it will only on one network.
Contact you previous carrier & request an unlock.
You will have to give them the Imo No of the handset

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Is the headset in the discover mode? Usually its a 2 button press and hold until the led blinks or changes color.

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Looks like a new driver for the speaker and microphone is needed or a software update.

Click on:
https://www.solvusoft.com/en/update/drivers/speaker/motorola/t325/sub-models/

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