Check the following:
Try the following troubleshooting tips:
Dropped calls or low sound quality during calls can result from low signal strength or momentary gaps in network coverage, either at your end or the other end of the connection.
Check the following:
Most of Nokia devices have dedicated volume keys on the side of the device to allow you to change the earpiece volume during a call or sound playing. For the exact location of the volume keys on your specific device, please look at your device user guide "Keys and parts" section.
If your device does not have these keys, you can use the scroll keys, for example, scrolling to the left (or down) decreases the volume and scrolling to the right (or up) increases the volume. When you adjust the volume, a volume bar appears on the display indicating the volume level.
Note: The volume keys only control the speaking and hearing volume during a call, not the ringing volume. The same instructions apply for adjusting the volume when using the loudspeaker or a headset on your device.
The application intended for Nokia N9 is Nokia Link. If you wish, you can use the latest version of Nokia Suite as well (v3.5 or later). Download and install Nokia Suite from your local Nokia website.
Some features working with other phones are not supported with N9 e.g.:
MMS messages are not synced to Nokia Suite.
Music Playlists cannot be synced.
Contact groups cannot be synced.
Some limitations with support plugin (Phone info and tools).
Events view consists of notifications and feeds. Notifications show missed calls, new messages, and mails. Your notifications are always displayed at the top of the Events view.
Feeds consist of updates from social networks, tweets and RSS feeds, as well as third party feeds where possible. The most recent feeds are displayed just after your notifications, and you can scroll down to see older feeds.
The calling phone number may not match with a contact name and the name is not shown in the following situations when an incoming call or SMS arrives:
If the problem persists, make sure your Nokia device is running the latest software. For downloads and assistance, go to your local Nokia website.
Route planning calculates and displays a route between two locations. Navigation means that the route is calculated from your current GPS position to a chosen destination. The navigation is voice-guided.
The Speed Limit warner or alert is a configurable feature that provides a warning when your vehicle's application-measured speed exceeds the recorded maximum speed limit for the part of the road you are currently driving.
Speed limit warnings require a GPS position and are available during navigation or in the tracking mode. If GPS signal is not available, your position and speed can't be determined, and the speed limit warning feature is not active. Note that speed limits of roads are not displayed on the map to ensure better lucidity.
You should obey all local laws while driving. Some jurisdictions prohibit or regulate the use of speed/safety camera location data. Nokia is not responsible for the accuracy, or the consequences of use of speed/safety camera location data. Your first consideration while driving should be road safety.
You can choose between different map views:
· Map view
· Satellite view
· Terrain view
To change the current map view, select the appropriate option on the top right hand side of the map.
To view public transport information, select the public transport icon. Selected public transport lines are displayed on the map. Information is not available in all areas.