I have a V3c that has a voice sound issue. If I make or receive a call, the person on the other end can hear me, but I can't hear them.
One helpful person on the forum recommended I take it apart and clean it, but I'm also finding a thread recommending that I replace the audio_cfg file on the phone. Yipes. This sounds scarier than taking it a part. How do I replace the config file? I'm on a Mac.
Also, the phone's mini icons across the top of the display show the amount of connection bars, an EV logo, and then to the right a little black speaker looking thing with a bar through it, a bell and three bars of charge. Does this mean anything?
Any advice on this would be appreciated. thx. -tina
Last edited by ohtina; 09-10-2009 at 10:45 AM.
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Thanks. It is an alltel phone/cdma. I see a recommendation to replace the audio_cfg on the phone. I'm on a Mac, and getting a connection through BlueTooth, but it appears that I'm only getting to see my photos, videos, audios (ring tones) files, no program files. I still haven't figured out a way to see it on the pc, and I have two systems - an XP and Vista.
About the indicator icon located at the top of the display, that looks like a little black speaker looking thing with a slash through it, can anyone tell me what that means?
If it is moisture damage, which it hasn't gotten wet that I know if, then I guess I'm just out of luck. Any other recommendations are welcome.
Last edited by ohtina; 09-11-2009 at 08:51 AM.
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