Re: When people try yo call me I can heard them they...
Hopefully this will work for your 7100G because it seems to work for my Blackberry Curve 8330 Smartphone.
The problem is a well known bug in the device OS.
It occurs when certain types of audio files (like music) are interrupted. The speaker is not released correctly.
The work around is to just activate Voice Activated Dialing (the service that allows you to 'tell' the phone to do something, like call someone.) That will force the speaker free, allowing you to continue your call. Starting up the Voice Notes Recorder will also sometimes work.
The culprit is non-BlackBerry audio file. You can help prevent the problem from occurring by letting any audio files that you play reach their end.
Kudos to Reed McLay at forums.crackberry.com for this solution.
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replacing transmission?????nonsence!!! i can tell this is an automatic trans setup, not standard. lets start here. put car in PARK and turn key on so the dash comes on. do not start car. step on the brake pedal several times slowly and listen for audible sound coming from the shifter area. you should hear clicking sound everytime yo uhit the brake. that is the shift lock solenoid releasing the mechanism indside of the shifter assembly so you can get the car out of park and into gear. you may have an issue with the shifter assembly it self. if no clicking sound is heard, it will need to be diagnosed fruther. the solenoid can not be purhcsed separatelly. shifter assembly only. start with the listening procedure and let me know.
the letter "ñ" is written on a english keyboard as follows:
while holding down the <alt> key also press on your numeric key pad (not the numbers on top) "0241" that creates the "ENIE." Have you thought about using the multi-language capability in Microsoft Office? That's assuming you are using MS Office 2003 or later.
Best of Luck!