Maybe use the basic setup as described at page 59 and up in the user manual. Error E5 is said to be returned when the optimzer microphone is too close from the speaker unit. The microphone should be placed at least 6.5 feet away from unit and be level with it horizontally.
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first go to application manager, select the youtube app, options and select view access, select data access and choose always allow, select your default access point under connectivity and save, if problem still persist you may have to update your phone.
I see, Have you tried rebooting your phone? rebooting your phone will help because it is the only way to refresh the system.
To hard reset your Nokia E5 you just have to press
*#7370# and press Dial. The phone will request the security code that is
by default 12345. Please be aware that you will loose all the data in
your phone, so you should
backup all relevant information.
If you want to soft reset your Nokia E5 you
need to press *#7780# and then Dial. The security code is 12345. Once
you complete this, your phone will come back to factory settings, but
you will not loose personal data. Anyway it
is recommended to make a backup before performing any of the
when the error E5 is ocured it means the COLOR cartridge is either the WRONG cartridge, or you have a balck cartridge in the color cartridges spot. Please verify you have the correct cartridges in the correct locations, and that you may not have installed the black in the colors location. Please let me know if this fixes your problem. Thanks //D
As far as I know, you can tell the Canon software to ignore this issue and it will continue to try and print. I can't tell you exactly how, it's just something I overheard from one of my colleagues when he was trying to solve the same problem over the phone.
Good luck on finding it - just rummage around the settings with eyes peeled.