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I updated my firmware to V20 on my N95 and now the headet(wired) multimedia buttons no longer work and the mic does not work for a hands free call using the headset. I have seen a few people across a few forums post this issue. Has anyone heard of a fix yet?
Everything else works better and faster after the upgrade but having no mic on the handsfree is a bit useless. Oh and before anyone suggests the headset may be faulty it is not, I made a call with it five minutes before upgrade and found the issue immediately after the upgrade, so it looks like dodgey code in the firmware.
I don't think that the battery (is there even a battery?) just got empty in the same moment for everybody who did a firmware update. I didn't use the headset often and the phone is quite new. Maybe the battery should be removed and put in again, in order to reset the heasdset?
How can I remove the battery without destroying the remote control?
I have same problem after updating from original firmware (11) to version 21 - My headset also worked fine just before upgrade. If anyone comes across a fix for this please post it as it's a real pain to stop my bike to answer the phone even when I am wearing the headset. Everything else much improved, gallery loads quicker, much more RAM and GPS locks on fast enough for me to actually use it (shame about loosing the track position on route though).
UPDATE: Although I found it hard to believe the battery died the same day I upgraded my firmware I followed the instructions i found on this site: http://www.symbian-freak.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=159868 After a real fiddle (you have to remove clip to find locking screw) I managed to change battery and put it together again and much to my surprise, it works! Not great planning from Nokia - unless they intend us to buy a new phone if we can't be bothered to change a headset battery every 6 months.