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My partner has just bought a motorola vx3 and when he calls i can hardly hear him talking

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Also make sure if you have a leather case on the phone it is not covering the earpiece. some leather cased do not fit properly. I am assumeing you have the volume all the way up?

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Change the ear speakers..or signal may be weak..

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