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I can barely hear who i am talking too. i have the volume turn up but it says medium high how do i get it on high high if there is such a thing?

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  • Anonymous Jan 02, 2009

    Sound is muffled or none existent. Sound actually comes out clearer some times when holding the keyboard at the ear. Verizon claims never heard of issue. I have 3 of the phones from Verizon under family plan and all 3 do it intermittently.

  • mdouglas889 Apr 01, 2009

    I just bought the Motorola W755 and will return it because I can't hear the other person's voice. The sound is also too low using speakerphone. I have the volume turned all the way up. This is crazy. BTW, my hearing is just fine.



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Have someone call you and then pick the side button up

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