Question about Motorola Mobility V300
I have a motorola v300 that's 1 year old i cannot hear the person who is calling me but i can hear them if i put it on speakerphone. It has not been damaged by dropping as far as I know. Oh, and i'm not deaf, so no silly remarks please. It's not the most discrete way of having a phone conversation and its driving me to the point that it's going in the bin soon. I cannot find in the menus a setting that might be the cause of it.
Just in case check the volume during a reciving call, the volume control both, speaker and speakerphone, as it, you got a damage speaker, go to the celu store and ask for a repair, they have jonks to do it for cheap...good luck
Posted on Aug 07, 2006
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