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As a quick solution I can offer you to go to the setup and change current profile to general (currently the phone is set to headset profile) it should fix your current problem.
The cellular should do it automatically after you removing the headset.
you can try in the future:
1. Close and open the cellular - easy
2. update software, maybe Nokia fix that bug.
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Corrupted firmware. An update is necessary. If you wish to get some details; check the site linked here. Pull up older posts. http://electronicshelponline.blogspot.com/ Firmware (Software) update procedure of many popular brand TVs and other devices are given in detail.
This tends to happen when the battery is low or your far away from the phone. My Bluetooth ear piece was doing this fully charged, but it was almost 7 years old. So if it is that old then it may be time to replace it.
It appears your phone might not be syncing up with the headset since there might not be any signal at all. Do you have some one else's head set you might be able to borrow in order to test this possible problem? Maybe even stop by a mall phone booth to see if the blue tooth head set they have there for demo will sync up with your phone [besides you can always walk away after you test that and not buy anything just dont tell them before hand..].
See if this helps figure out the problem. It's one of the ways to test the problem and find a solution.
Let me know how it goes!
p.s. sorry it has taken so long for some one to get back to you. Let us know if you found a solution to this problem already in the mean time!
The key sound problem:
Attempt the following:
1) Hit Menu
2) Go to Settings
3) Go to Profiles
4) Select General
5) Select Personalise
6) Scroll down to Keypad tones and if set to OFF select it, then using the centre button press right THREE times, then press the centre button to select.
7) Press Back
8) Go to Activate and Select.
NOTE: Follow this procedure for every profile you wish to use keypad tones for.
For the headset logo problem: (this is a temporary fix, you might need to have your phone checked or wait for another solution)
1) Hit Menu
2) Go to Settings
3) Go to Enhancement Settings
4) Select Headset
5) Select Default profile
6) Select Silent
NOTE: If this does not remove the logo, then you should follow the (instructions) above.
i think ur not using nokia approved genuine headset accessory . even though some head sets have nokia logo they r not original made by nokia . they cause low sound quality while hearing music and diaphram bets can be heard during playing high bass songs . try with another genuine headset
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.