I have a very big problem with my HP IPAQ PDA, I can't hear anything when i receive a call nor does the other party can hear my voice. In the HP IPAQ RW6828, there exist a self test, where, the record test fails, audio loop test pass and audio test fails. However i have been able to check the speakers by using the FM radio application, which can force the audio to the phone speakers. The headset works properly and even my bluetooth headset works normally. i have even tried to perform a full reset of my phone but this didn't solve the problem. As a brief, the speaker, the mic works, but still cannot hear anything when i press a button where a tone is supposed to be heard, but when an audio loop test is carried out, where you are supposed to talk and listen thru the ear piece, this test proves positive.
I will be very much grateful if somebody coud help me out with this issue plz.
HI, THIS IS VISHU HERE, IT SEEMS THAT THERE IS SOME PROBLEM IN YOUR AUDIO SOCKET.THE SOCKET WHERE WE CONNECT THE EAR PHONE , BCOZ NORMALLY WHEN WE CONNECT THE EAR PHONE ON A GOOD WORKING DEVICE IT CUTS THE AUDIO FROM MAIN SPEAKERS/MIC AND ROUTE IT TO EARPHONES , THIS FUNCTION IS PERFORMED BY METALIC CONTACTS PRESENT WITHIN THE SOCKET THE PROBLEM IS WITH THESE CONTACTS MEANS THESE CONTACTS ARE REMAINING IN CUT OFF POSITION EVEN AFTER REMOVING THE EARPHONE . TRY TO GET UR SOCKET REPLACED , HOPE IT WILL SOLVE UR PROBLEM.
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I've managed to open mine when the infrared screen pushed in. See the guide from the link below. Well, sorry for my bad English in the guide... :D http://adhi.widjajanto.net/blog/archives/2009/01/how_to_open_hp.html
Sounds like you've got the ActiveSync setting for the Calendar set to one-way from computer to PDA, not Synchronise, which means the computer will always over-write anything it finds on the PDA that isn't in the computer. Try uninstalling/reinstalling ActiveSync, and pay particular attention to all the settings when you reconnect the PDA and it sets up the connection - from memory at this point you can define the "direction" of synchronisation.