Person on the other end of the line cannot hear me.
Hi.. I have had a problem with my 6300, the person on the other side cannot hear me.It sounds very echoey and cannot make out what i am saying.
I have taken it to my local cellphone repairs shop and they cannot seem to fix the problem.
Any suggestions as what the problem could be and how i can go about fixing it.
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Re: Person on the other end of the line cannot hear me.
Try calling a land line no and see if you have the sane prob if you do it is prob a signal problem it might need snding back to manufacture or first you could try unlocking your phone witch you cand do youself self look on net for this as i cant give you name of sit but just use search engine and find a free one then try using your phone on different network you can keep same no if this dont solve problem go back to phone shop and insist it needs repairing i used to work for major repair company this is a common problem usually with the arial it usuallt happens if the phone has een dropped or been sat on and mite have warped the board it can be repaired hope this helps remember rty different network first as they have different network coverage
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A loop line or loop around is a telephone company test circuit. The circuit has two associated phone numbers. When one side of the loop is called (side A), the caller receives a test tone of approximately 1000 Hz(milliwatt test). When the second number (side B) is called, it produces dead silence, but the party on side A hears the milliwatt test tone drop, and is connected to the person on side B. The purpose of the loop around test is to allow circuit testing to a distant central office without needing a person at the far end. The technician can send a tone down either line and measure the response tone on the second line to determine the path loss parameters.
I have the same sort of problem...kinda..lol. My Vtech sorta 'cuts out' when there is noise at my hosue. The person I'm talking to can still hear me but I can't hear them. If my son starts crying or there's any other loudish type noises on my end, it's like the phone is trying to cutout my background noise, but all it's cutting out is the person talking to me. It's not that the noises in my house are loud and I jsut can't hear the person I"m talking to, b/c if i cover the mouth peice then no matter how loud the sound in my house is i can still hear the person i'm talking to but I HAVE to keep the mouth peice covered. It's really annoying!
There is some problem with your phone mic only.please use your headset to check it.Connect your headset and answer phone with your headset.If the person don other side hear you then the problem is with the mic only.Please take the mobile to NOKIA CARE centre and they will repair the mic.
The yellow colour swiggly object which comes next to the battery bar is nothing unusual.It shows that your call is been connected with the person on other side.This symbol will not appear when the other person's phone is ringing,When the person picks up the phone this yellow colour symbol will apear.]
I think the problem you are experiencing has to do with the earpiece of your phone.All you need to do is to get to a phone store and replace the earpiece so that your phone can work perfectly again.
It is possible. I have ATT 945(?) 4 line phones that communicate via a DSL-like signal between units to do special things like intercom, etc.
What I have in my setup is that I have a seperate line from the point of entry of my phone line to my DSL modem.
I then have TWO stacked DSL filters PER LINE that feed the main phone line running to all the phones.
Be AWARE that when using the speaker phone there is a modulation of the gains both directions. When you talk OR have a noisy background noise, the gain of the speaker is cut down to prevent feedback. And when you go silent, the speaker gain is increased for you to hear the other side of the call. Essentially it takes as much discipline as the old two-way radios... one talker at a time with these speaker phones AND very little background noise.