My phone cuts out and powers down during calls. The backlight is the first sign that I am going to lose connect. AT&T said that the phone must be turned off periodically to allow updated information to be added when the phone turns back on. I have not heard about anything like this in a while. She compared it to a computer that says you must power down to receive updated information, when in fact new computers simply tell you to go to their site and download the updated information. Please give the scoop as I am tired of getting the run around.
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1. try to switch on the loudspeaker or connect a headset. in case you can hear your partner this way there must be a hardware problem with the phone's smaller speaker. Often as a result of firmly hitting (dropping) the phone.
2. make a test call and try to change the volume during the call. (However, I don't think it can be a problem since power off/on cycle resets the volume to a default value)
I think it's mostly due to the following: phone is off, lose of connection, bad reception area, network is down. But if none of these are going with your phone then try this. Go to your phone settings> phone or network (depending on menu) and disable 'call forwarding'. It may be set to go to your vm automatically with no delay (0 seconds waiting time). I hope these suggestions work. Regards
update its software with usb cable and internet connection. go to nokia official web site and download software updater and then connect ur phone with pc or laptop and do as directed in it it will update your software of your phone ,it may take 15 min make first that 1:phone is full charged. 2:dont take calls during the process. 3:see that connection of pc to internet & pc to phone cant be disturbed.
You would need to go into the Setting Menu and find the Backlight or Power setting to lengthen the display and keypad backlight times. Just know that your battery life will decrease the higher the settings especially since it is a VGA screen.
You actually have two problems here, one can be solved (but it's hard) the other might not be able to be solved at all.
First the hard (cost wise) to solve problem: Caller ID What you can do is get a wireless phone that works in the 5 GHz range.
Now for the second problem which is why I suggested the solution to the second problem: Router cuts off phone and phone cuts off router.
This occurs because the router (wireless) and the phone wireless are using the same frequency spectrum 2.4 - 2.5 GHz. when the phone tries to communicate with the hand set the router sees this as an interference and ups its power slightly and this drops the phone call on the first ring which consequentially is the ring on which the data for caller id travels. once the phone senses the interference from the router it up is power slightly and then "steps on the router's transmission cutting off your wireless connection to your PC. So the phone and the computer are off line until one of them stops transmitting.