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I reckon yer phone is stuffed as there is a loose connection in the headset jack and thus the phone thinks there is a plug in there all the time. The only suggestion l can make is to get nail 3.5mm the size of the plug and stick it down the hole an give it a wiggle (at yer own risk of course ) this should shake up the connections an should be all good again.

HTC Radio... | Answered on Dec 04, 2017


Yes. HTC headphones are better than Sony nowadays.

HTC Radio... | Answered on Dec 31, 2014


follow this steps and fix it. God bless you

Check your connection. If your Bluetooth will not connect to your phone, it's possible that it isn't paired or has lost its pairing with your phone. Begin by powering off your Bluetooth by pressing the multifunction button located at the top of the device.
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On the Nokia 6555 press the center "Select" key, located in the middle of the circular navigation keypad. This takes you to the phone's main menu.

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Use the navigation key to scroll to "Settings" and press the center "Select" key.
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Scroll to "Connectivity" and press the center "Select" key.
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Scroll to "Bluetooth" and press the "Center select" key.
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Scroll to "On" and press the center "Select" key.
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On the main Bluetooth menu, scroll to "Search audio enhancements" and press the center "Select" key.
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The phone will automatically search for available Bluetooth devices. When you seen an icon that says "Philips SHB 1300," press the center "Select." Your phone will be paired or reconnected to your Bluetooth.
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Another common and easy-to-solve Bluetooth problem is the headset's inability to turn on. A dead battery is the likely culprit here.
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Plug your Bluetooth into the power cable that came with it.
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Plug the power cable into a wall outlet.
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Allow your Bluetooth to charge for three hours.
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Recharging the battery will give you about seven hours of talk time or up to 200 hours of standby time before you'll have to charge it again

HTC Sensation XE... | Answered on Oct 29, 2013


have you removed the battery and puti back in.

HTC Droid Dna 4G... | Answered on Oct 08, 2013


The fashion for nostalgia radio with a modern sound has brought about a clutch of models from only a few manufacturers.

I have only encountered one such that was basically an in-house cabinet with bought in internals, the quality of which was probably reflected in the price and as this was from the lower price bracket the internals were from different sources and badly matched.

I know of no reason to assume other models would be substantially different because although popular they haven't sold in the high numbers that would justify purpose built internals and so the chances are an experienced audio engineer would probably recognise the circuit board as being from a popular hi-fi and be able to provide you with details.

Radio... | Answered on Jun 22, 2020


There are two versions. A free version and a paid version. Make sure you choose the free one and you will not be charged anything. You may need to uninstall the one you have downloaded and reinstall. Do not choose PREMIUM vesion.

Radio... | Answered on Jun 17, 2020


The short answer is no -- the difference between AM and FM is too great though some CB radios were made dual mode, like the President Veep I used to own.
Some CBs that found the way into Britain were powerful sidebanders that offered similar capabilities to unlicensed CB-ers to that official radio hams had to sit exams to enjoy. Some radio hams found it cheaper to have those top-line CBs modified for use on the 11 metre amateur band.

It would be no help to you to obtain a standard FM CB as when the UK was forced to legalise CB radio under the Treaty of Rome, they legalised it at a different frequency as the American frequency was already allocated to radio control, bleepers and other things. Special CB sets were manufactured for the UK market.

Radio... | Answered on Jun 15, 2020


HI.... yes ....it is possible to program them in DMO, this is done in the RSS,.... so I am advised directly from inside Motorola .... but a copy of the RSS is just not available.... ... if fact Motorola seems to officially deny the D700 ever existed ... good luck in finding a solution.

Radio... | Answered on Jun 12, 2020


It'll be them Duke boys again!

Radio... | Answered on Jun 07, 2020


Never heard of that before, but the Internet has.

https://www.google.com/search?q=remote+to+my+wingman

Radio... | Answered on Jun 03, 2020


Hello there! Assuming your talking about "XtremeMan SOMA BT" I'm not a fan of assumptions but... if this is the device your are referring to then here you go below. If this is not the device you are making reference to, then please respond with the model number and make/brand of the device. Thanks for your visit and good luck.
1. With the unit on or off, plug the included cable
from the USB jack on your computer to the micro
USB jack v on this unit. While charging, the
battery level will be shown by the LED indicators
with the current level LED blinking. When all
the LED indicators light solid, then the unit
is fully charged.
2. If the power level is less than 10%, the left-most
LED indicator will start blinking, which means
that the Soma BT needs to be charged.
Using the Soma BT with a Bluetooth Device
1. Turn on the unit as shown above.
2. Press and hold the Bluetooth button U for
approximately three seconds until a beep
sounds and the right-most LED starts blinking.
3. Within five minutes, select Soma BT from the
Bluetooth List on the external device. See
external device's owner's manual for details.
When paired successfully, the Soma BT will beep
twice and the right-most LED will light
https://www.manualslib.com/manual/1540329/Xtrememac-Soma-Bt.html?page=8#manual Check Here

Radio... | Answered on May 20, 2020


The meter is out of range! Move the meter closer to the main box.

Radio... | Answered on May 17, 2020

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