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Topic # 29096 23-Dec-2008 11:31
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Hi,

Ive got a spare Nokia 6030 someone at work wants to use, but when we make calls, we have to use speakerphone, it wont allow us to use the usual method to take calls.  Theres a little headset icon in the middle of the screen but no matter what I do I cant get rid of this and suspect its whats causing the calls to be used via speakerphone.
Anyone know how to get the phone back to being a normal phone ? :)

Resetting to factory isnt working because someones changed the PIN :(




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  Reply # 185793 23-Dec-2008 11:43
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I've seen that many times before on Nokia's and I would be almost willing to put money on it that your phone has suffered liquid damage.

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  Reply # 185876 24-Dec-2008 00:17
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Happened on one of my phones, was gunk up the headset port, actually using the port with a headset made it work on the phone itself again.




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