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  1. #1
    Sonny Foster
    Guest
    Hi All,

    My Sony Ericsson t68i is acting kinda wierd. Whne the phone is turned
    on, it makes all the normal sounds/animations/etc.

    However, whenever I make a call, the sound volume is set at 0 and it
    cannot be turned up at all. When I try to turn the volume upwith the
    slide bar on the side, the screen says Volume 0/0 and it won't go up.
    There in a single horizintal bar/line just above the "0/0" volume text.

    I thought it might have been a problem with the speaker but the same
    things happens even when I put in my hands-free ear piece.

    I got the speakers swapped in the phone with the same result. I reset
    the phone and nothing.

    I'm stuck. Has anyone got any ideas to help me out ?

    Thanks

    Sonny



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  2. #2
    Kolicha \(vinnieza & gio\)
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    Re: Odd t68i problem


    "Sonny Foster" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi All,
    >
    > My Sony Ericsson t68i is acting kinda wierd. Whne the phone is turned
    > on, it makes all the normal sounds/animations/etc.
    >
    > However, whenever I make a call, the sound volume is set at 0 and it
    > cannot be turned up at all. When I try to turn the volume upwith the
    > slide bar on the side, the screen says Volume 0/0 and it won't go up.
    > There in a single horizintal bar/line just above the "0/0" volume text.
    >
    > I thought it might have been a problem with the speaker but the same
    > things happens even when I put in my hands-free ear piece.
    >
    > I got the speakers swapped in the phone with the same result. I reset
    > the phone and nothing.
    >
    > I'm stuck. Has anyone got any ideas to help me out ?
    >
    > Thanks
    >
    > Sonny


    I've seen this before, and on this newsgroup, but I'm not sure how to solve
    it. I'd suggest taking the phone back if under warrantee and (the shop may
    have come across this before) they'll send it to be repaired (unless within
    28 days, instead they'll give you a new phone).

    Hope this helps





  3. #3
    Fr Jack
    Guest

    Re: T68i problem

    The varlet known as Joakim Margell did proclaim to all assembled:

    >Hey All
    >
    >My girlfriends T68i, bought three weeks ago, has odd problem itīs seems
    >like it restart when itīs not used. Today itīs the fifht time in this
    >three weeks it happens. When she want to use it says "enter pin". Itīs
    >not possible to call to it, redirected to voicemail. Has anyone this
    >problem to?


    My mate had a t68i that did the same- then he found it had been black
    listed.
    --

    FrJack
    96 Tiger 900 - Red



  4. #4
    Chris Barnard
    Guest

    Re: T68i problem


    "Fr Jack" <someother****@overthere.com> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > My mate had a t68i that did the same- then he found it had been black
    > listed.


    Mine does it occasionally - but I've never been certain if it's a fault with
    the phone or if I just didn't turn it on properly.. I've never actually seen
    it 'reset' but maybe once or twice a month I'll take it out of my pocket and
    it'll be on the 'Enter PIN' screen.

    Chris.





  5. #5
    Jeremy Pope
    Guest

    Re: T68i problem

    "Chris Barnard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Fr Jack" <someother****@overthere.com> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > My mate had a t68i that did the same- then he found it had been black
    > > listed.

    >
    > Mine does it occasionally - but I've never been certain if it's a fault

    with
    > the phone or if I just didn't turn it on properly.. I've never actually

    seen
    > it 'reset' but maybe once or twice a month I'll take it out of my pocket

    and
    > it'll be on the 'Enter PIN' screen.
    >
    > Chris.
    >
    >

    I had this a few times when I bought it my T68 and when I got an insurance
    replacement T68i. I left it on charge for about a day and have not had the
    problem since. In fact the last few phones I have bought have behaved like
    this until the battery was worn in - so to speak.

    Jeremy.





  6. #6
    jren57
    Guest

    Re: T68i problem


    "Joakim Margell" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hey All
    >
    > My girlfriends T68i, bought three weeks ago, has odd problem itīs seems
    > like it restart when itīs not used. Today itīs the fifht time in this
    > three weeks it happens. When she want to use it says "enter pin". Itīs
    > not possible to call to it, redirected to voicemail. Has anyone this
    > problem to?
    >
    > Regards
    > Joakim


    The Problem with the T68i is even with the keypad locked, by holding down
    the power button for more than 10 seconds will turn the phone off, so what
    might have happen is by putting in your pocket the phone is turning off and
    back on with the "enter pin" screen.

    regards
    Jon
    >






  7. #7
    Joakim Margell
    Guest

    Re: T68i problem

    It happens one time when the phone was lying on a table, so it canīt be
    that the on/off button was pressed by mistake..

    Regards
    Joakim

    jren57 wrote:
    > "Joakim Margell" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >
    >>Hey All
    >>
    >>My girlfriends T68i, bought three weeks ago, has odd problem itīs seems
    >>like it restart when itīs not used. Today itīs the fifht time in this
    >>three weeks it happens. When she want to use it says "enter pin". Itīs
    >>not possible to call to it, redirected to voicemail. Has anyone this
    >>problem to?
    >>
    >>Regards
    >>Joakim

    >
    >
    > The Problem with the T68i is even with the keypad locked, by holding down
    > the power button for more than 10 seconds will turn the phone off, so what
    > might have happen is by putting in your pocket the phone is turning off and
    > back on with the "enter pin" screen.
    >
    > regards
    > Jon
    >
    >
    >





  8. #8
    Chris Barnard
    Guest

    Re: T68i problem


    "jren57" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > The Problem with the T68i is even with the keypad locked, by holding down
    > the power button for more than 10 seconds will turn the phone off, so what
    > might have happen is by putting in your pocket the phone is turning off

    and
    > back on with the "enter pin" screen.
    >


    Wow I never knew that - just tried it and my phone didn't like it very much!
    It doesn't even shut down properly if you turn the phone off that way... the
    next start-up takes ages to complete.

    Chris.





  9. #9
    Tommy Bladh (AL/EAB)
    Guest

    Re: T68i problem

    I had a similar problem with my brand new T68i. It turned itself off
    a couple of times a week. Once it was in its desk stand and I
    saw it happen in the corner of my eye. No key pressed at that time!

    During the same period I upgraded the software several times with
    no luck. Was on the verge to send it back but then R8A015 had just arrived
    at the service center. Decided to give it a final try. This was on June 18.

    The phone has not shut itself off since then.

    / Tommy


    Joakim Margell wrote:
    >
    > It happens one time when the phone was lying on a table, so it canīt be
    > that the on/off button was pressed by mistake..
    >
    > Regards
    > Joakim
    >
    > jren57 wrote:
    > > "Joakim Margell" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > >>Hey All
    > >>
    > >>My girlfriends T68i, bought three weeks ago, has odd problem itīs seems
    > >>like it restart when itīs not used. Today itīs the fifht time in this
    > >>three weeks it happens. When she want to use it says "enter pin". Itīs
    > >>not possible to call to it, redirected to voicemail. Has anyone this
    > >>problem to?
    > >>
    > >>Regards
    > >>Joakim

    > >
    > >
    > > The Problem with the T68i is even with the keypad locked, by holding down
    > > the power button for more than 10 seconds will turn the phone off, so what
    > > might have happen is by putting in your pocket the phone is turning off and
    > > back on with the "enter pin" screen.
    > >
    > > regards
    > > Jon
    > >
    > >
    > >




  10. #10
    huzden
    Guest

    Re: T68i problem

    had the same strange random turning off thing with my old t28s p.o.s it was
    just brought a t610 and it has crashed on me 5 times in a month sometimes
    just in my pocket the last to times while im using it just freezed have to
    take battery out to fix it. I wish I didnt buy a errison again but A mate
    talked me into it should have stayed nokia.

    Can anyone offer any advice?


    thanks

    dan

    "Chris Barnard" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "jren57" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > >
    > > The Problem with the T68i is even with the keypad locked, by holding

    down
    > > the power button for more than 10 seconds will turn the phone off, so

    what
    > > might have happen is by putting in your pocket the phone is turning off

    > and
    > > back on with the "enter pin" screen.
    > >

    >
    > Wow I never knew that - just tried it and my phone didn't like it very

    much!
    > It doesn't even shut down properly if you turn the phone off that way...

    the
    > next start-up takes ages to complete.
    >
    > Chris.
    >
    >






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